Natural resources: Materials that occur naturally within environments, such as minerals, timber, water, or land, that can be used for economic gain or have economic value.

Resources for this term:
Why Canadians Live Where They Live: The Impact of Geography on Population Density in Canada.
Why Canadians Live Where They Live: The Impact of Geography on Population Density in Canada.

Sixth grade social studies students learning about world cultures and geography explore the impact of geographic characteristics on the population density of a post-industrialized nation (Canada). Students are asked to determine which factor — climate, location, or the distribution of natural resources — has the biggest impact on population density by addressing Template Task 6.

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