Difference between ubiquitous and localised resources.

Answer:

Resources that are drawn from Nature and used without much modification are called natural resources. The air we breathe, the water in our rivers and lakes, the soils, minerals are all natural resources. The differences between the ubiquitous and localized resources are tabulated below.

Ubiquitous resources

Localized resources

Resources which are found everywhere are called ubiquitous resource

Resources which are found only in certain places are localized resources.

Examples: Air, land, water, etc

Examples : copper and iron

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