David Andres Flores TreviñoJulio A Salinas TorresRubenSabielPerezSanchez<br />Natural Resources of nuevo leon<br />
What are Natural Resources?<br />Natural resources are things that occur naturally, and that are useful to us. They includ...
Natural resources may be renewable or non-renewable<br />Renewable resources are those that are replaced in nature at a ra...
Nuevo León grows corn for animal feed, some fruits and also uses land for husbandry. We also have beautiful national parks...
6% of the state surface is used in agriculture. The main crops are corn for animal feed, mandarin orange, apple, orange, p...
Rainfed agriculture is practiced mainly in parts of northwest system gentle plains hills on shallow soils and low fertilit...
In areas devoted to irrigated agriculture, which are distributed by the system of hillswith plains, soils are deep, fertil...
6% of the state surface is used in agriculture. The main crops are corn and wheat but there are also potatoes, barley, ora...
Animal Husbandry<br />is an economic activity of ancient origin consisting of animal husbandry for their use. Depending on...
The population density of all animal corresponds to a total of 13,376,724, taking into account the following table.<br />L...
In total there is a 86% of land that is used for raising livestock. Birds for eggs and meat, cattle, sheep, goat and pork ...
Nuevo Leon is a state that has a strong image of industrial activity, is indeed synonymous with booming industry.<br />The...
Practically the economic aspect of geology focuses on the explotation of non-metallic minerals and the banks of limestone....
The minerals that are more produced in Nuevo Leon by mining are: coal, graphite, zinc, copper, iron, limestone, silver, le...
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Natural resources nuevo leon

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  • 1. David Andres Flores TreviñoJulio A Salinas TorresRubenSabielPerezSanchez<br />Natural Resources of nuevo leon<br />
  • 2. What are Natural Resources?<br />Natural resources are things that occur naturally, and that are useful to us. They include fuels such as oil and natural gas, and materials such as iron ore, and timber.<br />
  • 3. Natural resources may be renewable or non-renewable<br />Renewable resources are those that are replaced in nature at a rate close to their rate of use e.g. plants, forests and animals. Care is needed to make sure resources are used sustainably and not over- harvested. There are non-living renewable resources too such as hydroelectric power, solar power, biomass fuel, and wind power.<br />Non-renewable resources exist in fixed amounts or are used up faster than they can be replaced in nature e.g. fossil fuels. (Fossil fuels could be counted as renewable but as they take millions of years to form they are not practically considered 'renewable'.)<br />
  • 4. Nuevo León grows corn for animal feed, some fruits and also uses land for husbandry. We also have beautiful national parks protected as natural reserves.<br />
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  • 6. 6% of the state surface is used in agriculture. The main crops are corn for animal feed, mandarin orange, apple, orange, pecans, potato, sorghum, grapefruit and wheat.<br />86% of the land is used for raising livestock. Birds for eggs and meat, cattle, sheep, goat and pork are the main staples.<br />Zaragoza and Apodaca municipalities also have small-scale fish breeding.<br />As for wood, needle bush (acacia) and pine trees are the most used resources<br />http://www2.nl.gob.mx/?P=nl_recursos_naturales&NLanguage=en<br />
  • 7. Rainfed agriculture is practiced mainly in parts of northwest system gentle plains hills on shallow soils and low fertility. It produces corn, sorghum, wheat, oranges, beans, apple, pear and avocado. It is also practiced in the systems identified as plain and down rocky floor, the main crops: corn, beans and alfalfa. <br />Agriculture<br />
  • 8. In areas devoted to irrigated agriculture, which are distributed by the system of hillswith plains, soils are deep, fertile, low slope and stonless. Here it produces corn, sorghum, wheat, oranges, beans, barley, tomatoes, chile, cabbage, carrots, lettuce, pear, grapefruit and tangerine. <br />Agriculture<br />
  • 9. 6% of the state surface is used in agriculture. The main crops are corn and wheat but there are also potatoes, barley, orange, walnut, avocado, sorghum, beans, pears, cantaloupe, chile, cotton, squash and watermelon.<br />Agriculture<br />
  • 10. Animal Husbandry<br />is an economic activity of ancient origin consisting of animal husbandry for their use. Depending on the livestock species, we obtain various products such as meat, milk, eggs, hides, wool and honey, among others.<br />The most important wins in number worldwide are related to cattle, sheep and swine. However, in some regions of the world other livestock are more important, such as goats and horses, as well as rabbits, poultry and apiculture.<br />In Nuevo Leon it is important for some places the animal husbandry because is how the people of that places live and survive.<br />
  • 11. The population density of all animal corresponds to a total of 13,376,724, taking into account the following table.<br />Livestock population at December 31, 1999<br />The poultry sheds peoducción a significant amount of tons of eggs.<br />
  • 12. In total there is a 86% of land that is used for raising livestock. Birds for eggs and meat, cattle, sheep, goat and pork are the main staples.<br />Zaragoza and Apodaca municipalities also have small-scale fish breeding.<br />Animal Husbandry<br />
  • 13. Nuevo Leon is a state that has a strong image of industrial activity, is indeed synonymous with booming industry.<br />The economic base is manufacturing: metal products, footwear, nonmetallic minerals, foodstuffs, furniture, machinery, equipment. But it also important mining.<br />Minery in Nuevo Leon<br />
  • 14. Practically the economic aspect of geology focuses on the explotation of non-metallic minerals and the banks of limestone.<br />Metallic mineral deposits that are worked are located in the town of Mamulique which operates the zinc and the town of La Iguana, where eventually a working lead and zinc mine.<br />Minery in Nuevo Leon<br />
  • 15. The minerals that are more produced in Nuevo Leon by mining are: coal, graphite, zinc, copper, iron, limestone, silver, lead, dolomite, gypsum, kaolin, fluorite and barite.<br />Minery in Nuevo Leon<br />