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Resource & Development Cross Word

Srijan Sareen

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1.Resources which are found in a region, but have not been utilised are known as ____________ resources.
4.Natural endowments in the form of land, water, vegetation and minerals
6._______________ soil develops in areas with high temperature and heavy rainfall.
8.The Great Plains of India are made up of these soils.
11.______________ account for 30 per cent of the total surface area of the country and ensure perennial flow of some rivers, provide facilities for tourism and ecological aspects.
12.Planting lines of trees to create shelter also works in a similar way. Rows of such trees are called _____________ belts.
13.Black soils are also known as ___________.
14.Materials in the environment which have the potential to satisfy human needs but human beings do not have the appropriate technology to access these.
15.___________ is the most important renewable natural resource.
2.Plantation of trees on a large scale to check soil erosion.
3._____________ are the subset of the stock, which can be put into use with the help of existing technical ‘know-how’ but their use has not been started.
5.The age alluvial soils can be classified as old alluvial
7.The running water cuts through the clayey soils and makes deep channels known as ____________.
9.A type of non-renewable resource.
10.__________ soil are well-known for their capacity to hold moisture. In addition, they are rich in soil nutrients, such as calcium carbonate, magnesium, potash and lime.

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