Natural resources may be biotic, or deriving from living organisms or organic materials, or abiotic, which come from inorganic materials. A natural resource is a raw material, or a non-human made material provided by the... More »

Natural resources in California include waterways such as the San Joaquin Delta, the Pacific Ocean coastline, natural parks, plants and wildlife, and numerous habitats and ecosystems. Natural resources in California prov... More »

The natural resources of Zimbabwe are coal, chromium ore, asbestos, gold, nickel, copper, iron ore, vanadium, lithium, tin and the platinum group metals. The main products that Zimbabwe exports includes precious stones, ... More »

There are numerous natural resources in the world, but 10 of the most important are fossil fuels, which include petroleum, coal and natural gas; minerals, forests and vegetation; animals; air and wind; water; sunlight; s... More »

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New Zealand has a wealth of natural resources, including petroleum, minerals and clean water. While many of these resources are from the land, others are found in the waters that surround it. Oil is one of its major expo... More »

Four types of pyroclastic materials include ash, lapilli, lava blocks and floating rocks. Pyroclastic materials are ejected during a volcano. Ash is the most common type of pyroclastic material. More »

Examples of natural resources include air, water, soil, plants, animals, raw materials, space, land, wind and energy. Natural resources come from the environment and are not man-made. Some are essential for survival, whi... More »