Chapter 15. Marine Resources. Resource Classification. Renewable vs. Nonrenewable - Renewable : those that growing organisms, sunlight, or other processes naturally replace
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-Renewable: those that growing organisms, sunlight, or other processes naturally replace
-Nonrenewable: natural processes don’t replace, or that do so at such a slow rate that they’re not replenished in a human lifespan.
-Biological: are those that involve bioreproductivity, such as fisheries and kelp harvesting.
-Physical: do not involve biological processes; include: minerals, energy production, and recreation (oil and natural gas nonrenewable physical resources)