RESOURcEs

Everything available in our

environment which can be used to
satisfy our needs, provided, it is
technological...
INTERDEPENDENT
RELATIONSHIP

HUMAN
BEINGS
On the basis of origin – biotic and abiotic.
 On the basis of exhaustibility – renewable
and non-renewable.
 On the basi...


Human beings transforms
material available in our
environment into resources
and use them.
DEPLETION OF RESOURCES
 Depletion

of resources for satisfying
the greed of few individuals.
 Accumulation of resources ...
DEVELOPMENT OF
RESOURCES
Sustainable development.
 Equitable distribution of resources.
 Depletion of resources must not...
LAND RESOURCES
LAND UNDER IMPORTANT RELIEF
FEATURES
PLAIN

PLATEAUS

30%

27%

MOUNTAINS

43%
LAND
UTILISATION
Forest.
 Land not available for cultivation.
 Other uncultivated land ( excluding fallow
land).
 Fallo...
GENERAL LAND USE CATEGORIES 1960-61
3%
4%
6%

FOREST

4%

BARREN & WASTE LAND

18%

12%

5%
45%

5%

AREA UNDER NONAGRICUL...
GENERAL LAND USE CATEGORIES 2002-03
1%
7%
4%
4%

23%

6%

8%
43%

4%
Some human activities such as
deforestation, over grazing, mining &
quarrying too have contributed in land
degradation.
...
INDIA: WASTELANDS IN 2000

6%

28%

10%

56%

WATER ERODED
AREA
FOREST DEGRADED
AREA
SALINE AND
ALKALINE LAND
WIND ERODED ...
SOIL AS A RESOURCE
Soil is the most important renewable
natural resource.
 It is the medium of plant growth and
supports ...
CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS

Alluvial soil.
Black soil.
Red and yellow soil.
Laterite soil.
Arid soil.
SOIL EROSION


LOSS OF SOIL DUE TO SOME
NATURAL CAUSE IS TERMED AS SOIL
EROSION.
MCQ
1.
a)
b)
c)
d)

Which one of the following type of
resource is iron ore?
Renewable
Biotic
Flow
Non-renewable
2) In which of the following states black soil
is found?
a)WB
b)Gujarat
c)MP
d)Both c & b
THANKYOU!!!!!
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resource and development

  1. 1. RESOURcEs Everything available in our environment which can be used to satisfy our needs, provided, it is technologically accessible, economically feasible & culturally acceptable can be termed as reasources..
  2. 2. INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIP HUMAN BEINGS
  3. 3. On the basis of origin – biotic and abiotic.  On the basis of exhaustibility – renewable and non-renewable.  On the basis of ownership – individual, community, national and international.  On the basis of status of development – potential, developed stock and reserves. 
  4. 4.  Human beings transforms material available in our environment into resources and use them.
  5. 5. DEPLETION OF RESOURCES  Depletion of resources for satisfying the greed of few individuals.  Accumulation of resources in few hands.  Indiscriminate exploitation of resources has led to global ecological crises.
  6. 6. DEVELOPMENT OF RESOURCES Sustainable development.  Equitable distribution of resources.  Depletion of resources must not be done. 
  7. 7. LAND RESOURCES LAND UNDER IMPORTANT RELIEF FEATURES PLAIN PLATEAUS 30% 27% MOUNTAINS 43%
  8. 8. LAND UTILISATION Forest.  Land not available for cultivation.  Other uncultivated land ( excluding fallow land).  Fallow land.  Net sown area. 
  9. 9. GENERAL LAND USE CATEGORIES 1960-61 3% 4% 6% FOREST 4% BARREN & WASTE LAND 18% 12% 5% 45% 5% AREA UNDER NONAGRICULTURAL USE PASTURES & GRAZING LAND MISC.TREES CROPS & GROVES CULTURABLE WASTE LAND FALLOWS OTHER THAN CURRENT FALLOW CURRENT FALLOW
  10. 10. GENERAL LAND USE CATEGORIES 2002-03 1% 7% 4% 4% 23% 6% 8% 43% 4%
  11. 11. Some human activities such as deforestation, over grazing, mining & quarrying too have contributed in land degradation. Mining sites are abandoned after excavation. This leads to degradation.
  12. 12. INDIA: WASTELANDS IN 2000 6% 28% 10% 56% WATER ERODED AREA FOREST DEGRADED AREA SALINE AND ALKALINE LAND WIND ERODED AREA
  13. 13. SOIL AS A RESOURCE Soil is the most important renewable natural resource.  It is the medium of plant growth and supports different types of living organisms.  It takes millions of year to form 1 cm of soil. 
  14. 14. CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS Alluvial soil. Black soil. Red and yellow soil. Laterite soil. Arid soil.
  15. 15. SOIL EROSION  LOSS OF SOIL DUE TO SOME NATURAL CAUSE IS TERMED AS SOIL EROSION.
  16. 16. MCQ 1. a) b) c) d) Which one of the following type of resource is iron ore? Renewable Biotic Flow Non-renewable
  17. 17. 2) In which of the following states black soil is found? a)WB b)Gujarat c)MP d)Both c & b
  18. 18. THANKYOU!!!!!
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