There are a variety of land resources found in the Philippines. These resources include the Ocean, minerals, major crops (such as rice, corn, and sugarcane), as well as flora.
Energy resources are the primary example of land resources. For example, solar energy, wind energy and power energy are all land resources.
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Here's a example of land resources, the soil.
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The Philippines is known as the land of pearls. It is often called the "Pearl of the Orient Seas." The Philippines is rich in natural resources.
Example of some scarce resources are Oil, Paper, Gasoline and Land etc.
Land resources of the Philippines are; The total land area of the Philippines is estimated to be 300,000 square kilometers. This is made up of forests, plains, mountains, plateaus, and the mineral reserves. The Constitution dictates our land resources to be classified to agricultural, forests or timber, mineral lands, and national parks. Our land resources are important to us as they provide most of our needs. We get our daily sustenance from the lands around us. They are essential places for breeding, domesticating, and hunting. The trees that provide shelter and freshen the environment are also planted on land. Most of all, land resources provide us with the raw materials needed for production.
we get from the following natural resources of the Philippines
To evaluate the Philippines economic resources you have to look at the plants that are working. The amount of money that each resource is generating is another factor that can be used for the evaluation.
Describe the development of various energy resources in the philippines?
why the philippines is considered rich in natural resources
have The Philippines have many natural resources.
An example of a green leafy vegetable in the Philippines is the kangkong. The spinach type plant has two types. One grows in ponds and the other grows on land.
water oil land air tree
The Philippines is called a living country because of the the resources that are present in both water and land that can sustain the needs of everybody, as well as for the sustainable growth of the economy.
land water and forest
Land Bank of the Philippines was created in 1963.
The Philippines is an incredibly biodiverse region providing a number of different natural resources. The mangrove tree is one of the largest plant resources.
The major renewable energy resources in the Philippines are: * biomass * geothermal * hydro * solar * wind
example of philippines biodiversity
Total land area of the Philippines :298,170 square kilometers
natural resources in the form of arable land