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Natural resources are resources that exist without actions of humankind. This includes all valued characteristics such as magnetic, gravitational, electrical ...

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ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES. Monitoring the development of oil and gas onshore and offshore; Establishing renewable energy sources - solar, wind,  ...

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Natural resources are substances that occur naturally. They can be sorted into two categories: biotic and abiotic. Biotic resources are gathered from the ...

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We thought we could never use up the forests, trees, soil, plants and water. We were wrong. Learn how we can renew our precious natural resources!

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The earth's natural resources are finite, which means that if we use them continuously, we will eventually exhaust them. This basic observation is undeniable.

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Natural resources provide clean water, food, habitat, protection from extreme events, and opportunities for recreation and tourism. Climate change affects many ...

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Natural resources are those resources that occur within the environment in their original and natural form, undisturbed by humanity. These natural resources are  ...

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The health of our nation depends, in many ways, on the vitality of our nation's forests and grasslands. These natural resources contribute a variety of essential  ...

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natural resources law: an overviewNatural resources, as defined in the Code of Federal Regulations (40 C.F.R.), encompass land, fish, wildlife, biota, air, water, ...