Resource-Rich Nation

Resource-Rich Nation

Author: Amy Sharpe

World Geography 19.C examine the environmental, economic, and social impacts of advances in technology on agriculture and natural resources

The United States became wealthy due to rich natural resources, innovations in transportation, and innovations in communications.

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A Resource-Rich Nation

Natural resources and transportation technology all helped the development of the United States into one of the wealthiest countries.

Source: Prentice Hall-World Geography