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Makes up the gases that surround Earth
a) atmosphere b) biosphere c) geosphere d) hydrosphere
The Ozone layer is found in the
a) troposphere b) mesosphere c) stratosphere d) geosphere
Undesired change in air, water, soil, etc
a) pollution b) population c) garbage d) greenhouse effect
Waste that can be broken down naturally
a) nonbiodegradable pollution b) biodegrable pollution c) renewable resource d) nonrenewable resource
The number and variety of species in a specific area
a) population diversity b) species diversity c) biodiversity d) ecosystem
Fossil fuels, metal, coal are all
a) biodegrable pollution b) nonbiodegradable pollution c) nonrenewable resource d) renewable resource
Which of the following describes a population that is distributed evenly accross an area?
a) random b) clumped c) uniform d) crowded
Harmful waste that cannot be broken down by natural processes
a) nonbiodegrable b) biodegradable c) nonrenewable resource d) renewable resource
When there is more immigration than emigration the population
a) shrinks b) grows c) stays the same d) goes extinct
The amount of species in a given area
a) population size b) population density c) population distribution d) both population size and density
Growth that does not have carrying capacity
a) exponential growth b) logistic growth c) limiting factor d) population size
Factors that are not effected by population density
a) density independent factors b) density dependent factors c) limiting factor d) logistic growth
Resources that cause a population to reach its carrying capacity
a) density dependent factors b) density independent factors c) limiting factor d) all of the answer choices are correct
Dirt is an example of
a) abiotic factor b) biotic factor c) resource d) both a resource and an abiotic factor
The largest population size that an environment can successfully support
a) limiting factor b) carrying capacity c) maximum population d) no questions are correct
A plate boundary that slips and slides against one another usually causing earthquakes
a) convergent plate boundary b) divergent plate boundary c) transform plate boundary d) tectonic plates
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