This is a close one to call. Sea salt is technically a limited resource, as new salt isn't being created. However:
1- There is so much salt in the sea that you could effectively think of it as an unlimited resource.
2- As part of the water cycle, rainwater runs back into the sea via rivers etc.. When it re-enters the sea, it is carrying a variety of soluble compounds it has leached out of the ground. These include salt.
3- When we use sea salt (which is mainly used for cooking, as it's not seen as useful for too many other purposes), it isn't gone for good. When it goes into people or animals, it eventually comes out again. At this point, see item 2 above.
So... Sea salt is a resource that is unlimited in practical terms, is topped up from other areas, and is recycled through natural processes. Whether this makes it renewable is down to how you want to argue the point.
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I do not think they are extinct, they may have altered their habitat to brackish (semi-salt water) and gone inland, perhaps in the Amazon. these creatures are NOT recommended as pets!
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Table Salt (mineral) is a renewable resource because it is an abundant resource that can be recreated faster than its comsumption rate by humans. Table salt is abundant in our planet so we consider it a renewable resource.
Yes it is.
Salt is provided from the ocean, it is renewable if you are willing to go to the black sea or near any ocean mouth with a thin salt net and material. Go to the Sea life and animal life shop to get information and register equipment for free! Yes. Too bad it is toxic at saturation.
it's renewable, because it is produced at a faster or same rate as it is consumed!
It is an Renewable Resource.The Sun provides the water by evaporation from the sea, and will keep on doing so.
Renewable refers to things like wind or sunshine, which keep on coming even if we use them to produce energy.Other things get used up and don't renew.So salt is non-renewable. When we use it all up, it's gone!
Salt is a vast renewable resource. It is constantly being mined and harvested from the ocean as well. Salt is a common seasoning used all over the world.
Wind is a renewable resource. Oil is not a renewable resource.
no it is not a renewable resource as it is not a resource!