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 ====== Chapter 5 Key Terms and Vocabulary ====== ====== Chapter 5 Key Terms and Vocabulary ======
  
-  - **natural resources:​**  +  - **natural resources:​** ​useful materials found in the environment 
-  - **raw materials:​**  +  - **raw materials:​** ​natural resources that must be worked to be useful 
-  - **renewable resources:​**  +  - **renewable resources:​** ​natural resources that can be replaced 
-  - **nonrenewable resources:​**  +  - **nonrenewable resources:​** ​natural resources that cannot be replaced 
-  - **consume:​**  +  - **consume:​** ​to use something 
-  - **evaporate:​**  +  - **evaporate:​** ​to change from a liquid into a vapor 
-  - **harness:​**  +  - **harness:​** ​to bring under control and direct the force of something 
-  - **hybrid:**  +  - **hybrid:​** ​something made up of two different elements 
-  - **environment:​**  +  - **environment:​** ​natural surroundings 
-  - **manufacturing:​**  +  - **manufacturing:​** ​the large-scale production of goods by hand or by machine 
-  - **colonization:​**  +  - **colonization:​** ​the movement of settlers and their culture to a new country 
-  - **industrialization:​**  +  - **industrialization:​** ​the growth of machine-powered production in an economy 
-  - **respond:​**  +  - **respond:​** ​to do something in reaction to something else 
-  - **channel:​**  +  - **channel:​** ​path through which water flows 
-  - **distribute:​**  +  - **distribute:​** ​to pass out or deliver 
-  - **correspond:​**  +  - **correspond:​** ​to match or agree with 
-  - **deforestation:​**  +  - **deforestation:​** ​a loss of forest cover in a region 
-  - **biodiversity:​**  +  - **biodiversity:​** ​a richness of different kinds of living things in a region 
-  - **civil engineering:​**  +  - **civil engineering:​** ​technology for building structures that alter the landscape, such as dams, roads, and bridges 
-  - **pollution:​**  +  - **pollution:​** ​waste, usually man-made, that makes the air, water, or soil less clean 
-  - **interaction:​**  +  - **interaction:​** ​the process of acting together 
-  - **transform:​**  +  - **transform:​** ​to change the form or look of 
-  - **domesticated:​**  +  - **domesticated:​** ​tamed to be used by humans 
-  - **prosperity:​** ​+  - **prosperity:​** ​the condition of being successful or wealthy
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