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Distribution of Natural Resources
Natural resources are not evenly distributed all over the world. Some places are more endowed that others — for instance, some regions have lots of water (and access to ocean and seas). Others have lots of minerals and forestlands. Others have metallic rocks, wildlife, fossil fuels and so on.
For example, The US has the world's largest coal reserves with 491 billion short tons accounting for 27% of the world's total. Australia is the world's largest net exporter of coal accounting for 29% of global coal exports
China remains the largest producer of gold with a 14% share of the global production.
The United States, Russia, and Canada are the leading producers of timber and pulp. Annual exports of primary and secondary wood products from tropical forests have exceeded US$ 20 billion in recent years and further increases are anticipated.
Many countries have developed their economies by using their natural resources. Some also get a lot of income from their resources in the form of tourism and recreation. Brazil and Peru for example, make a lot of money from The Amazon Forests, which is super diverse in trees and animals.
Crude oil is another important natural resource. From Crude oil, we get many petroleum products such as petrol, diesel and gas. We use these to fuel our cars and provide energy to warm and cool our homes. But Crude oil is not evenly distributed all over the world. Below is an illustration of how much each region of the world produces.
International and local trade has its roots in the fact that resources are not evenly distributed on the earth’s surface. Regions with crude oil can drill oil and sell to regions without oil, and also buy resources such as timber and precious metals (gold, diamonds and silver) from other regions that have them in abundance.
The uneven distribution is also the root of power and greed in many regions. Some countries use their wealth in resources to control and manipulate regions with fewer resources. Some countries and regions have even gone to war over the management, ownership, allocation, use and protection of natural resources and related ecosystems.
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Natural resources are not equally dispersed over the globe. Other areas are endowed more than others, for example, some districts have plenty of water, (and also have access to oceans and seas). Others have lots of minerals and forest lands. Some have, wildlife, fossil fuels, metallic rocks, and so forth.
To illustrate, the United States has the world's most substantial coal reserves. There are 491 billion short tons accounting for 27% of the world's sum total.
The largest producer of gold that shares 14% of the global production is China.
Australia is also the world's biggest net exporter of coal it accounts for 29% of global coal exports.
"Natural resources, like copper and iron that is used in computers, can be found in different places in the world." The United States has less copper in its land than Chile.
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