Natural
Resources
BY YANINA LOPEZ R.
 Natural resources are useful raw materials
that we get from the Earth. They occur
naturally, which means that humans
can...
Natural Resource Products or Services
Air Wind energy, tires
Animals
Foods (milk, cheese, steak, bacon)
and clothing (wool...
Biotic and Abiotic Natural
Resources
 There are several ways to classify natural
resources, including where they come fro...
Renewable natural resources
 Renewable resources are those that can
be replenished during our lifetime, such as
sunlight,...
Non-Renewable Natural
Resources
 Nonrenewable Resources: are resources
for which there is a limited supply.
 Examples fo...
LET´S GO TO PRACTICE
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NATURAL RESOURCES ( Presentation )

Presentation about natural resources and its their components
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Natural Resources BY YANINA LOPEZ R.
  • 2.  Natural resources are useful raw materials that we get from the Earth. They occur naturally, which means that humans cannot make natural resources. Instead, we use and modify natural resources in ways that are beneficial to us. The materials used in human-made objects are natural resources.
  • 3. Natural Resource Products or Services Air Wind energy, tires Animals Foods (milk, cheese, steak, bacon) and clothing (wool sweaters, silk shirts, leather belts) Coal Electricity Minerals Coins, wire, steel, aluminum cans, jewelry Natural gas Electricity, heating Oil Electricity, fuel for cars and airplanes, plastic Plants Wood, paper, cotton clothing, fruits, vegetables Sunlight Solar power, photosynthesis Water Hydroelectric energy, drinking, cleaning
  • 4. Biotic and Abiotic Natural Resources  There are several ways to classify natural resources, including where they come from and if they are renewable or not. If natural resources come from living things or organic materials, then they are considered biotic resources. Biotic resources include plants, animals, and fossil fuels. The three fossil fuels are coal, oil, and natural gas.  On the other hand, abiotic resources originate from nonliving and inorganic materials. For example, air, sunlight, and water are abiotic natural resources. Minerals (gold, copper, iron, diamonds) are also considered abiotic.
  • 5. Renewable natural resources  Renewable resources are those that can be replenished during our lifetime, such as sunlight, wind, water, plants, and animals. The rate at which renewable resources are replenished may differ. For example, we will never run out of sun and wind in our lifetime because the Earth constantly supplies these resources.
  • 6. Non-Renewable Natural Resources  Nonrenewable Resources: are resources for which there is a limited supply.  Examples fossil fuels and nuclear fuels.
  • 7. LET´S GO TO PRACTICE