Some natural resources of the state of Hawaii are sugarcane,pineapple, and coconuts. The state makes the most money throughtourism.
Fish , marble , and natural gas are three of Italy's natural resources. The deposits of natural gas are substantial. The deposits of marble form the basis for profitable ar…t, construction and decoration segments of the economy. Fish and other sea fare make up an important natural resource, because of the healthy and delicious contributions that they make to Italian and international cuisine.
Water, Fire, and air i guess hope i helped ppl
Maize, beans, and squash.
lumber, hogs and cattle,corn
Natural resources come in all shapes and sizes.. Water, air, trees, metal ores, land, oil, wildlife, etc. are all natural resources. Water and trees are renewable resources, …meaning that we can always replenish our water supply and we can always grow more trees.. While oil is a natural resource, it is not a renewable resource. There are limited amounts of oil in the world and they will run out eventually.. As far as THE three types, I'm not sure what your homework might be asking for, but there are more than three types of natural resources in the world.
Oil, timber, seafood, natural gas, gold, coal, diamonds,
Nebraska grows beef cattle, corn, soybeans and hogs.
Cotton, coal and diamonds are three natural resources in Arizona.
1.Iron 2.Carbon 3.Other minerals used for making the steel.
1. Peanuts 2. Poultry 3. Peaches
Forests, minerals and water are three of Suriname's natural resources. Specifically, over ninety percent (90%) of the country is taken up by a largely unknown, unexplored,… undeveloped rain forest. It can become a huge source of revenue through an environmentally conscious development of ecotourism or through a purely profits-oriented pursuit of logging. Additionally, the rain forest is home to many of Suriname's creeks, rivers and waterfalls. But wherever they are located, Suriname's water bodies on their own have cash potential in their hydroelectric uses. One reason for Suriname's rain forest and waterways remaining largely intact is the historic preference for exploitation of such mineral resources as bauxite, copper, gold, iron ore, kaolin, and platinum.
Gold, Titanium, Gemstones