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Manal V

Sep 1, 2014

# example of actual and potential resources

example of actual and potential resources

Syeda

Answer. Actual Resources - Water, oil, trees, fish, minerals Potential resources coal aquariam and air

Ipsita Dalai

Actual: a resource that is ripe for the plucking, such as an easilt extracted oil, or a shallow seam of coal, a forest ready to be harvested.  Potential: a resource that will require work in order to make it commercialy viable, or that is out of reach using modern technologys. eg. oil trapped in rock poeres that can not be sucked out, a seam of coal to deep and narrow , of a piece of land that you might grow some trees on.

Harsh dharmendra

Actual resources are coal,Water, petrol Potential resources are uranium in Ladakh etc.

Sara Batool Hussain

actual resource are resources whose quantity is known and are used in present.eg black soil in maharashtra . potential resources are resources whose quantity is not known and are not used in present.eg uranium in ladakh.

Anushka Bajpai

Actual resource - They are resources which have been put to good use and their total quantity is known Potential resource - They are resources which are still undefined.Their quantity and use is still unknown.Like for example - The waterfalls and rivers in Africa

Sakshi Sah

Actual resouse are those resource which are being used at present and their quantitiy is known. Example: The rich deposits of coal in Ruhr region of Germany and pertroleum in West Asia. Potential resource are those resource which are not being used at present but can be used in the future and their entire quantity is unknown. Example: Uranium found in Ladakh.

Omkar Dhamale

 Actual resources: - i) Actual resources are surveyed and assessed for their expanse and economic viability, and hence utilized extensively by humans. For example, iron ore and coal deposits of Chhota Nagpur plataue are widely used in the Jamshedpur iron and steel plant.  ii) The part of the actual resource which can be developed profitably with available technology is called a reserve. Potential resources: - i) Potential resources are known to exist and have been located but are not utilized. For example, non conventional sources of energy such as solar, wind and tidal, and geothermal energy.  ii) A detailed survey about their quantity and quality and use of high end technology can enable their use.

Ayush Singh

Actual: a resource that is ripe for the plucking, such as an easilt extracted oil, or a shallow seam of coal, a forest ready to be harvested.  Potential: a resource that will require work in order to make it commercialy viable, or that is out of reach using modern technologys. eg. oil trapped in rock poeres that can not be sucked out, a seam of coal to deep and narrow , of a piece of land that you might grow some trees on.

Actual Resources - Water, oil, trees, fish, minerals Potential resources coal aquariam and air
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