Natural Resources and Patterns What do we do with resources, and how does it affect us? . WG.12.A analyze how the creation, distribution, and management of key natural resources affects the location and patterns of movement of products, money, and people [READINESS STANDARD]
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Natural Resources and PatternsWhat do we do with resources, and how does it affect us?
WG.12.A analyze how the creation, distribution, and management of key natural resources affects the location and patterns of movement of products, money, and people
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Peasant harvesting a rice paddy with a buffalo, Yangshuo, Guangxi, China.
South Africa gold mining field. JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's Gold
Trends in Renewable Energy Production and Consumption in the USA
Copper and nitrate mining are responsible for a concentration of population in which of the following?
A northern Chile
B southern Chile
C southern Argentina
D northern Ecuador
Intensive agriculture assumes heavy human labor and double cropping. Where would this likely be found in China?
A rice paddies
B wheat fields
C citrus orchards
D soybean fields
Currently Australia’s largest trading partners are all of the following except —
G United Kingdom
All of the following would have been developed by the British in South Asia to enhance trade in the 17th and 18th centuries EXCEPT:
5 How has the international management of whaling influenced the economic patterns of Japan?
A Japan has halted whaling efforts.
B Japan has closed many gourmet and specialty restaurants.
C The United States has banned Japanese fishing in U.S. waters.
D The United States has lowered the quota for the numbers of whales Japan may catch.
I strongly recommend that the President immediately inform Japan that it will not be eligible for fish that may become available for harvest by foreign vessels in U.S. waters.
—U.S. Secretary of Commerce Norman Mineta,White House press conference, September 13, 2000