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GLG101 / GLG 101 / (VERSION 3) / Week 8 DQs

GLG101 / GLG 101 / (VERSION 3) / Week 8 DQs

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What is the difference between renewable resources and nonrenewable resources? Provide an example of each type of resource. Describe the pros and cons to each example selected.


How do the demands of society impact the world’s natural resources? Could society run out of natural resources? Why or why not?
Due by the end of Day 4.

What are geologic resources? Give examples of such resources. Are these considered to be renewable or nonrenewable resources? Why?
What is the difference between renewable resources and nonrenewable resources? Provide an example of each type of resource. Describe the pros and cons to each example selected.


How do the demands of society impact the world’s natural resources? Could society run out of natural resources? Why or why not?
Due by the end of Day 4.

What are geologic resources? Give examples of such resources. Are these considered to be renewable or nonrenewable resources? Why?

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Week 8 DQs

Discussion 1

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What is the difference between renewable resources and nonrenewable resources? Provide an example of each type of resource. Describe the pros and cons to each example selected. Due by the end of Day 2.

Respond to at least three other posts in the discussion board. All responses to others must contain at least 100 words, in addition to your signature.

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A non-renewable resource refers to natural resources that when used up, are depleted and cannot be replaced. Examples of such type of resource are as

Non-renewable resource has its pros and cons. a renewable resource refers to a natural resource that can be replaced once used up. Examples include water. How do the demands of society impact the world’s natural resources? Could society run out of natural resources? Why or why not? Due by the end of Day 4. soil and sunlight.oil. Water on the other hand. For example. That is. We will not have water shortage. since water is a renewable resource. other materials will be tapped to operate these machines. Also. This means that there will be methods to acquire more. Meanwhile. But once used up. cause no pollution. Does anybody else have any idea? Week 8 Discussion 2 Please post a 150-300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply. gas and coal. oil can pollute the planet. the con of oil is that it can be used to run cars and machineries. . it is not costly. I cannot see any disadvantage about water as a renewable resource. but once it is depleted. has its advantages.

Week 8 Discussion 3 Please post a 150-300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply. . non-renewable resources will be exhausted at a faster pace. as this will make us prepared to anything that happens when natural resources are depleted. water and food. Answer The world’s natural resources can be greatly affected by the society’s demands.Respond to at least three other posts in the discussion board. and with this. Nowadays. As of now. This is a clever idea. scientists are searching into space to check if there planets that support life exist. Yes. we need to look for other ways to survive. All responses to others must contain at least 100 words. Natural resources such as oil and gas are used up at faster rate than the Earth can replace. If this occurs. What we must realize is that the planet is overpopulated when we see that there are people who have no shelter. the planet Earth is supporting the number people more than its capacity. in addition to your signature. I believe that the Earth’s population is growing rapidly.

water and wind. Answer Geologic resources are natural resources found in the planet’s environment. Renewable resources are those natural resources that can be renewed or transformed to its original state when it has been used up or consumed. The geologic resources can be either renewable or non-renewable. On the other hand. in addition to your signature.What are geologic resources? Give examples of such resources. All responses to others must contain at least 100 words. It includes fossil fuels and minerals. non-renewable resources are natural resources that were formed for a long period of time. Some of these renewable resources include sunlight. Are these considered to be renewable or nonrenewable resources? Why? Due by the end of Day 5. This type of reserves will cease to exist when used up. Respond to at least three other posts in the discussion board. . The sun and the air can be found anywhere. air. but there are natural resources only be found locally or in a certain place only.

We live on Earth and depend much on it for our survival. Can you name some products that man has manufactured that use natural resources? .Any manmade product is composed of geological resources in a certain way.

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