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any material found in God's creation which is helpful to man

natural resource

the wise use of our natural resources

conservation

decaying plant and animal material

humus

loose earth containing humus and tiny pieces of weathered rock

soil

lichens - chemical or physical weathering

chemical

blowing sand - chemical or physical weathering

physical

creeping glaciers - chemical or physical weathering

physical

extreme temperature changes - chemical or physical weathering

physical

rainwater - chemical or physical weathering

chemical

germinating seedlings - chemical or physical weathering

physical

mosses - chemical or physical weathering

chemical

running water - chemical or physical weathering

physical

granite - igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic

igneous

limestone - igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic

sedimentary

marble - igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic

metamorphic

obsidian - igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic

igneous

pumice - igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic

igneous

sandstone - igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic

sedimentary

shale - igneous, sediementary or metamorphic

metamorphic

igneous rock made of several different types and colors or minerals

granite

is formed from bones and seashells

limestone

was once limestone

marble

looks like clear, black glass

obsidian

smells like mud

shale

an igneous rock which floats

pumice

was once shale

slate