Resources Energy Plant Resources Natural Resources Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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What is natural resource?
Something that comes from the Earth that people use, such as minerals, water, fossil fuels, and food sources

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What are: coal, oil, and natural gas?
3 fossil fuels

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What are: plants?
This resource provides homes and food for many animals.

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What is pollution?
Anything harmful added to the air, water, or land

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What is reuse?
To use something again

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What is a renewable resource?
A resource that can be replaced over time

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What is interdependency?
Every living thing depends on other living things to survive.

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What are: coal, oil, & natural gas?
3 examples of nonrenewable resources

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What is a landfill?
An area where solid waste (trash) is buried so pollutants do not leak out

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What is recycle?
To change something so that it can be reused again

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What is conservation?
The saving, preservation, and/or protection of natural resources

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What is: pollution?
The main negative human action that affects the survival of plants and animals.

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What are: oxygen, food, and materials useful for shelter & clothing?
3 resources plants produce

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What is consumption?
The use of a resource

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What is reduce?
To use less of something; not to waste something

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What is a nonrenewable resource?
A resource that cannot be replaced once it is used up

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What are: fires, floods, diseases, & erosion?
4 natural events that can negatively affect the survival of plant and animal species

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What is: soil erosion?
Plants are important factors in preventing this.

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What is extinct?
The term used to describe an animal species that has completely died out and no longer exists.

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What are: using dishes and utensils that are washed after use rather than using paper plates and plastic utensils that are put in the trash; using hand towels rather than paper towels for drying; use the same drinking glass all day? (Any two)
2 examples of reusing

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What is: endangered?
The term that is used to describe a plant or animal species that is in danger of completely dying out

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What are: sunlight, wind, & water?
3 natural sources of energy

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What is resource renewal?
A conservation practice in which species are protected; Example: protecting endangered plants by saving their seeds

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What are: parks?
The creation of these help preserve land; these also have many uses such as recreation.

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What are: recycle, reuse, & reduce consumption?
Resources will last longer if we do these 3 things!

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