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Natural Resources

Fossil Fuel Nonrenewable energy resources that formed in Earth's crust over millions of years.Include nonrenewable resources such as, coal, oil,and natural gases.
Geothermal Energy Heat energy within Earth's crust; available only where natural geysers or volcanoes are located.
Hydroelectric Power Electricity produced by the turning of blades of a generator turbine that is powered by falling water.
Natural Resources Natural materials and supplies that are part of Earth's environment that meet living organisms' needs.
Nonrenewable Resources Natural resources that are used up more quickly than they can be replaced by natural processes.
Nuclear Energy Energy produced from the splitting apart of billions of uranium nuclei by a nuclear fission reaction.
Petroleum Nonrenewable resource formed of millions of years by microscopic organisms buried in Earth's crust.
Renewable Resource Natural resource that are constantly being recycled or replaced by nature.
Created by: Jordan_Pentland