GeographyWhich resources fall under the basis of ownership?

Which resources fall under the basis of ownership?


  1. A
    Individual resources
  2. B
    Community-owned resources
  3. C
    National and International resources
  4. D
    All of these  

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    Solution:

    The resources that fall under the ownership basis are individual, community-owned, and National and International resources.
    1)      Individual resources are the private property of the individual. In villages, people own land, and in urban areas, people own land, homes, and other real estate. Examples: Plantations, meadows, ponds, well water, etc.
    2)      Community-owned resources are the resources that are accessible to all members of the community. Examples: Pastures, graveyards, parks, picnic areas, playgrounds, etc.
    3)      National or Country resources belong to a country. All minerals, water resources, forests, wildlife, land within political boundaries, and waters up to 12 nautical miles (22.2 km) from the coast are designated as sovereign water, and the resources within them belong to the country. Example: Roads, canals, railroads, etc.
    4)      International organisations regulate international resources. More than 200 nautical miles of marine resources in the exclusive economic zone belong to the open ocean. They cannot be used by a single country without the consent of international organisations.
      
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