Renewable Natural Resources and Non-Renewable Natural Resources

Explain the terms Renewable Natural Resources and Non-Renewable Natural Resources? 2011(R)

The natural resources which are produced in every season and are obtained repeatedly and are also used repeatedly are called Renewable Natural Resources. They are continuously available therefore called renewable. For example, wood, food, water and construction materials are called renewable natural resources.
The natural resources which are used in a different situation when once discovered and used, then their quantity decreases and ultimately they exhaust and become Non-Renewable Natural Resources. They include minerals both metallic and non-metallic and fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas

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