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Any material found in the Earth that can be used by people
a) natural resource b) renewable resource c) nonrenewable resource d)
A resource that can be replaced as it is used; usually it can be replaced in an average person’s lifetime
a) natural resource b) renewable resource c) nonrenewable resource d)
A resource that cannot be replaced in an average person’s lifetime once it is used up
a) natural resource b) renewable resource c) nonrenewable resource d)
Formed from the remains of organisms that were once alive
a) fossil fuel b) renewable resource c) inexhaustible resource d)
the process of breaking rock into soil, sand, and other tiny pieces
a) erosion b) weathering c) deposition d)
Rock formed from sediments, such as sand or mud, that become cemented together over time
a) sedimentary rock b) igneous rock c) mineral rock d)
the process of moving sediment from one place to another
a) erosion b) weathering c) deposition d)
to press, join, or pack firmly together; this takes place over many years and forms sedimentary rock
a) decomposition b) cementation c) compaction d)
The hardening together of sediments to form sedimentary rock
a) decomposition b) cementation c) compaction d)
the natural process of dead animal or plant tissue rotting or breaking down
a) decomposition b) cementation c) compaction d)
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