- 1 Natural Resources
- 2 the importance of natural resources
- 3 reasons for the study of natural resources
- 4 classifications of natural resources 4.1 Classification compositional 4.2 Classification of spatial Classification 4.3 Productive
- 4.1 Classification compositional
- 4.2 Classification of spatial
- Classification 4.3 Productive
Are all the elements found in nature, whether in the air, or water, or soil, or plants, and is part of the main parts of life, and that man is directly dependent upon access to basic elements of survival, of food, water, and air , and called it a natural name; Because there is no role for any human existence, and created by God in order to be the means to help sustain life on the planet.
The importance of natural resources
The importance of natural resources are distributed on the following points:
- The basis of the foundations of the development of human civilizations.
- Production of many important resources.
- It contributed to the development of the economy, and provide it with all possible elements.
- Helped to improve the income and living standards of individuals.
The reasons for the study of natural resources
There are a variety of reasons help to the study of natural resources, namely:
- Link between the discovery of human and nature around him, which spread in all ground enclosures, such as: water and dirt, and air.
- Identify the benefits available through natural resources.
- The possibility of identifying geographical terrain on the surface of the Earth.
- Access to treatment for the problems of human, such as: food problems, water, energy, and others.
- Assist in the development of life, and make use of natural resources in human development.
Natural Resources Classifications
Natural resources are classified based on the quality of their sources, according to the following categories:
Is the classification, which is interested in studying the installation of natural resources, and the factors and circumstances that led to their occurrence, and synthetic sources are classified into two types, namely:
- Sources membership: are the resources that formed by the decomposition of the remains of living organisms in the inner layers of earth, remnants of plants, which turn into a form of energy forms, such as: oil, shale and coal.
- Sources of non-membership: are the resources that affect the existence of the elements of a group, but no longer be a major natural, but depends on the presence of other factors, due to human influence.
Is the distribution of natural resources to the places of their sources, which depend on the availability or scarcity, and consists of three places, namely:
- Natural resources scattered everywhere: are the resources that are available throughout the globe, and can be easily obtained, such as: air.
- Natural resources that are spread in some places: the resources that are available in some places in the globe, and is obtained through special that tools, such as: gold.
- Natural resources are scarce: are the resources that are difficult to obtain, and need long search for, such as some types of metals.
This classification depends on the specific production capacity of resources, and divided into three groups, namely:
- Permanent resources: are the resources that are available permanently, human and can get them without having to use many of the means to provide, such as: energy from the sun.
- Renewable resources: are the natural resources that sustain their existence, especially in natural areas such as forests, and an example of them: plants.
- Non-renewable resources: are the resources that end with the source of existence, also classified Bnadrh presence, such as: oil.
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