Resource availability is one of the factors people use when deciding where they will live.
Resources in geography means any source of wealth that occurs naturally, especially minerals, fossil fuels, timber, air, water, wood, oil, natural gas, iron, and coal. These resources are more or less like the basic amenities for settlement, either as a new civilization or settlement. For example, the Country Egypt depends on the Nile River (an example of a resource: water) for a lot of things. Without the Nile River, there'd be no Egypt.
Mountaintops are blown up to mine coal.
B. Crude oil gushes upward in an oil rig.
The resources are divided into two groups in general, one being the renewable resources, and the other being the nonrenewable resources. The division is in accordance to the manner in which they form and are they replenished naturally quick enough in accordance to their usage.
The renewable resources are the ones that replenish themselves constantly, so they are always at disposal, while the nonrenewable are the ones that are used much faster than their rate of replenishing. A prime example of nonrenewable resource is the crude oil, which is in huge demand and is used extensively, but it needs to millions of years to replenish itself. Other resources that fall into this category are the natural gas and the coal.
C. Resource availability is one of the factors people use when deciding where they will live
Energy sources falls into following two categories
(i) nonrenewable and
Nonrenewable energy resources includes nuclear, coal, oil, and natural gas. These sources of energies are available in limited supplies. This is because it takes long for them to be replenished. On other hand, renewable resources are replenished at relatively short periods of time. These includes wood, water, solar energy and biomass.
Thus, among the available options, Uranium is a non-renewable source of energy.