Natural Resources

True or false? A natural resource is any part of the environment that people use to meet their needs.

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Which of the following is a characteristic of a biotic natural resource?

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Which of the following is a characteristic of an abiotic natural resource?

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Which of the following is a characteristic of a renewable natural resource?

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Which of the following is a characteristic of a non-renewable natural resource?

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True or false? Coal is removed from the ground by mining at the surface and in deep shafts. Extracting oil and gas involve drilling underground reserves. These are examples of fossil fuels.

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What term is used to describe trees being cut down to be burnt as fuel?

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True or false? Farming can be arable (rearing animals) or pastoral (growing crops). Industrial farming is increasingly done by hand.

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Arable farming involves growing crops and pastoral farming involves rearing animals. Industrial farming is increasingly done using machinery.

True or false? Water can be extracted from directly form rivers, from underground stores (aquifers) or from reservoirs created by dams.

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True or false? Resource extraction has an impact on both water and air quality and biodiversity.

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Which of the following is not an example of an impact of resource extraction on water and air quality?

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Which of the following is not an example of an impact of resource extraction on biodiversity?

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True or false? Soil erosion can happen as the result of resource extraction.

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Natural Resources
Well done! You have a great understanding of this area of geography!

Not a bad effort at all, but you should consider revising this area a bit more.

Hmmmmmm, you might want to spend some time revising this area of geography.

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