Examples of Natural Resources?

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Examples of natural resources are air, water, wood, oil, solar energy, wind energy, hydroelectric energy, and coal. These resources exist in natural form in which they are usually found within environments where there are not disturbed by human beings.
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Water, coal, iron. sunlight, plants, dirt, diamonds, oil, the list is unbelievably long, if nature makes it and if man can utilise it it is a natural recourse.
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Florida offers many natural resources including wood from Pine, Oak and Cyprus trees, oranges, seafood, natural spring water, and sugar.
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Trees, Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas are all examples of Natural Resources.
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A natural resource is anything natural that people can use. Examples include solar energy, coal, wood, air, wind energy, minerals and oil. You can find more information here: http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/resource/onlinetext/Definitions/resources.htm
Naturalnresources are those that people need, that are made by the earth and notnman. Some examples of natural resources include: coal, petroleum, natural gas,niron and copper.
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