Spanish provinces

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 -Fishing zone and regions: Fishing grounds abundance of fish. Spanish operate on the national fishing ground along the coast line and up to 200 nautical miles out to sea. In the european union  and international especially in the atlantic and indian oceans. 2.2Marine aquaculture: Is the rearing of fish, mollluscs or crustcacenas in marine facilities near the coast. Spain is a growing sector that compensates for the reduction in sea fishing activity. 3Secondary sector:Mining and ensergy: 3.1 Mining production: This has lost importance due to the exhaustion of many deposits and the increasing cst of resources from them. -Metallic: hardly mined, rising prices and encouraging some to reopen. -Industrial: are used in  sea salt, queartz.-a range of different tyoes of ston are used in the construct. Industry. 3.2Energy production: hydraulic energy and alternative energy supplies such as eind solar and biomass. Nuclear energy: coal is mined from mines in Asturias, leon and palncia. There is crisis and lack of petroleum and natural gas. 3.3Energy consumption: based on non renewable sources as crude oil and gas, which have to be imported. Crude oil from the middle east ro nigeria. Natural gas is usd to produce electricity and heat. Import uranium which is consumed in power stations. 3.4Energy self-sufficiency: The relationship between energy production and consumption results in limited levels of energy self-sufficirncy. HIgh expenditure. Energy policy: reduce consumption and increase use of renewable sources. 4Secondary. Industry and location. 4.1The industrial sectors: Traditional sectors are metallurgy, shipbuilding, textile leather, wood and toy production. -Dynamic: automobile, chemical and food. Production is high, domestic and international demand is high. -High tech sectors: aerospace electronics and biotechnolog

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