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    1 : INDEX DEFINATION RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES HUMAN AND NATURAL RESOURCES BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC RESOURCES CONSERVATION RESOURCES-THEIR TYPES
    2 : RESOURCES A resource is any physical or virtual entity of limited availability, or anything used to help one earn a living.In most cases, commercial or even ethic factors require resource allocation through resource management.
    3 : TYPES OF RESOURCES NATURAL RESOURCES HUMAN RESOURCES Natural resources are derived from the environment. Many of them are essential for our survival while others are used for satisfying our wants. A natural resource is often characterized by amounts of biodiversity. Human resources is a term used to describe the individuals who comprise the workforce of an organization, although it is also applied in labor economics to, for example, business sectors or even whole nations.
    4 : These are formed over very long geological periods. Minerals and fossil fuels are included in this category. Since their rate of formation is extremely slow, they cannot be replenished once they get depleted. Of these, the metallic minerals can be re-used by recycling them. But coal and petroleum cannot be recycled. CLASSIFICATION BASED ON EXHAUSTIBILITY RENEWABLERESOURCES NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES These are ones that can be replenished or reproduced easily. Some of them, like sunlight, air, wind, etc., are continuously available and their quantity is not affected by human consumption. Many renewable resources can be depleted by human use, but may also be replenished, thus maintaining a flow.
    5 : Classification Based On Origin Biotic resources are obtained from the biosphere, such as forests and their products, animals, birds and their products, fish and other marine organisms. Mineral fuels such as coal and petroleum are also included in this category because they formed from decayed organic matter. Abiotic resources include non-living things. Examples include land, water, air and ores such as gold, iron, copper, silver etc. ABOITIC RESOURCES BIOTIC RESOURCES
    6 : Abiotic resources include non-living things. Examples include land, water, air and ores such as gold, iron, copper, silver etc. “Conservation” is sometimes used synonymously with “protection.” More appropriately, however, it refers to the protection and sustainable use of resources. Conservation
    7 : RESOURCES-THEIR TYPES Made By:- Manan Singhal

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