Lesson 4.1 Environment and Resources Key terms

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Natural resource

Definition :A natural resource is a useful material that's found in the environment.
Sentence: We use many different types of natural recourses to live such as water, soil, minerals, and much more.

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Renewable resource

Definition: A resource that Earth or people can replace.
Sentence: Plants and animals are examples of renewable resources.

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Nonrenewable resource

Definition: A resource that cannot be replaced in a relatively short period of time.Sentence: Oil, natural gas and coal are all examples of nonrenewable resources.

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Fossil fuels

Definition:Nonrenewable resources that are formed in the course of millions of years from the remains of plants and animals. Sentence :Petroleum is one of the most used fossil fuels.

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