Effects of Depletion of Natural Resources?

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The effects of natural resource depletion can be drastic. This particular phenomenon calls for a substitution to take over the place of the resource that is no longer available. If one cannot be found, than it can alter life dramatically and alter the population's habits of consumption. For example, if we ran out of oil, we would either have to use cars powered by electricity or another fuel source.
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