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Which choice correctly describes an advantage and disadvantage of selective cutting?
a) Advantage: less damaging; Disadvantage: takes longer and is hazardous to loggers b) Advantage: quicker and cheaper; Disadvantage: soil is easily eroded c) Advantage: takes longer and is hazardous to loggers; Disadvantage: less damaging d) Advantage: soil is easily eroded; Disadvantage: quicker and cheaper
Which choice correctly describes an advantage and disadvantage of clear cutting?
a) Advantage: quicker and cheaper; Disadvantage: soil is easily eroded b) Advantage: less damaging; Disadvantage: takes longer and is hazardous to loggers c) Advantage: soil is easily eroded; Disadvantage: quicker and cheaper d) Advantage: takes longer and is hazardous to loggers; Disadvantage: less damaging
Which choice lists the correct renewable and nonrenewable resources?
a) Renewable: sun, wind, and wood; Nonrenewable: copper, oil, and coal b) Renewable: copper, oil, and coal; Nonrenewable: sun, wind, and wood c) Renewable: sun, wind, and copper; Nonrenewable: wood, oil, and coal d) Renewable: sun, silver, and wood; Nonrenewable: copper, wheat, and coal
What is the difference between: threatened, endangered, and extinct species?
a) Threatened: Could become endangered; Endangered: Could become extinct; Extinct: No longer exists b) Threatened: Could become endangered; Endangered: No longer exist; Extinct: Could become threatened c) Threatened: Could become extinct; Endangered: Could become threatened; Extinct: No longer exists d) Threatened: No longer exist; Endangered: Could become extinct; Extinct: Could become endangered
Environmental science is the study of
a) natural processes in the environment and how humans can affect them. b) unnatural processes in the environment and how humans can affect them. c) natural processes in the environment and how animals can affect them. d) unnatural processes in the environment and how animals can affect them.
Selective cutting is cutting down
a) some trees, which leaves a mixture of tree sizes. b) all of the trees, leaving a flat area. c) the tall trees, which leaves all of the small trees. d) the small trees, which leaves all of the tall trees.
A fishery is an area with
a) a large population of valuable ocean organisms. b) a small population of valuable ocean organisms. c) a medium-sized population of valuable ocean organisms. d) a large population of organisms that are not wanted.
Biodiversity is the number of
a) different species in an area. b) new species in an area. c) old species in an area. d) biologists in the area.
An example of captive breeding is
a) animals mating at a zoo. b) animals eating at a zoo. c) animals mating in the wild d) animals eating in the wild
Habitat destruction is the
a) loss of a natural habitat b) loss of a unnatural habitat c) gaining of another habitat d) loss of a brand new habitat
What is one way that biodiversity is NOT affected?
a) number of endangered species b) where they live c) the climate d) the other communities in the area
Communities making money off of biodiversity, or ecotourism increases what value?
a) Economic b) Character c) Special d) Appealing
A fishing practice that can help manage the raising of fish for food is called what?
a) aquaculture b) fish culture c) swimming culture d) fish farming
Which of the following are considered nonrenewable resources?
a) metals and minerals b) sunlight (solar energy) c) wind energy d) biomass
Certified wood comes from what kind of forests?
a) sustainable b) new c) old d) the best
What term is used when a population rate is increasing?
a) Exponential growth b) Exponents c) Health improvement d) Exercise improvement
The higher the level of resources you are using means what?
a) A larger ecological footprint b) A smaller ecological footprint c) A never changing ecological footprint d) A better ecological footprint
What is an example of a legal approach to protecting individual species?
a) Endangered Species Act b) Protect Species Act c) Favorite Species Act d) New Species Act
The illegal killing or removal of wildlife species from their habitats is what?
a) Poaching b) Hunting c) Killing d) A way to make money
What helps individuals in a species pass a variety of traits to their offspring?
a) genes b) characteristics c) DNA d) RNA
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