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Resources can be conserved by
An example of renewable resource is___________.
(i) Renewable resources: These are the sources that can be replenished over some time. Examples: forest wood because wood can be grown by reforestation.
(ii) Non-renewable: These sources cannot be renewed and available in limited quantities. Examples include coal, nuclear, oil, and natural gas. As solar energy is continuously available, it falls under renewable sources of energy.
Which of the following is the source used for the collection of rainwater?
Which of the following resources is non-renewable but can be recycled?
Human beings, flora and fauna, fisheries, and livestock are_____________.
Of the entire water resources of the world, what is the percentage of freshwater?
Which of the following kinds of soils are brought about by the depositional activity of winds?
Natural resources are the resources?
The given diagram can be related to which of the following practices?
An example of a biotic resource is_________.
Biofuels are the fuels which are obtained from plants. Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding this?
Which of the following is a product of pastoral resources?
Which one of the following is not in favour of the conservation of nature?
On the basis of exhaustibility,resources can be classified into_________.
(i) Renewable resources: These are the sources that can be replenished over some time. Example: solar energy.
(ii) Non-renewable: These sources cannot be renewed and available in limited quantities. Example: coal.
Which one of the following is a non-renewable resource?
Resources are distributed unequally over the earth because of
Resources drawn from nature and used without much modification are called
The basis of classification of resources are
(a) based on origin – biotic and abiotic
(b) based on exhaustibility – renewable and non-renewable
(c) based on ownership – individual, community, national and international
(d) based on the status of development – potential developed stock, and reserves.
The resources whose quantities are known, named as
Give an example of biotic resources.