Natural resources
September 15th, 2009 by thesuper

Forest of El Valle, Merida.
Renewable natural resources of Venezuela are represented in the profuse forests, fishing grounds on the waterfront, as well as the strong river currents are used for the generation of electricity and energy, and other biotic resources such as large farms. Among non-renewable resources esan oil, natural gas, iron, bauxite, coal, gold and diamonds.
There are huge reserves of natural gas, associated and not associated with deposits of crude oil. New reserves have been found in the northeastern region, in both the mainland and offshore, which makes up to more than 4.1 trillion mA of natural gas, placing Venezuela in ninth place worldwide.
Minerals, both metallic and non metallic, moving from 150 classes. The most important are: iron, bauxite, gold, diamonds, phosphate, copper, nickel, lead, zinc, common salt, gypsum and limestone. In the Venezuelan Guayana, there are large reserves of iron and bauxite, as well as gold and diamond deposits. The increased production of these minerals from the mining of free use. The reserves of gold and diamonds represent about 10 of known global reserves.
Venezuela protects 62.9 (2007) of its territory, the highest percentage of American countries. The neighbors of Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil and Guyana protected only 31.7 , 18.5 and 2.2 respectively. Despite these protective measures, Venezuela is losing some of its valuable tropical forests. Between 1990 and 1995, were eliminated more than 2.5 million acres.

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