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What is it called when a scientist can determine the exact source of a pollutant?
a) Point Source Pollution b) Non-point Source Pollution c) Widespread Pollution d) Less Hazardous Pollution
What is a pollutant that scientists CANNOT determine the exact source of its origin called?
a) Point Source Pollution b) Non-point source Pollution c) Widespread Pollution d) Less Hazardous Pollution
Which of the following would be considered a pollutant in a pond ecosystem?
a) the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water b) crayfish burrowing into the ground around the pond's edge c) pesticide run-off from a nearby field d) a loss of water due to drought
A leaking fuel tank is an example of which of the following?
a) widespread hazardous waste pollution b) wide spread air pollution c) non-point source pollution d) point source pollution
Which of the following would be an example of non-point source pollution?
a) factory giving off smoke b) oil spill from a ship c) cows producing waste d) electric generation plant
Disposing of fertilizers, pesticides, human sewage and solid waste in the wrong way can lead to which of the following?
a) noise pollution b) thermal pollution c) water pollution d) air pollution
What is a substance called that is harmful to organisms and humans when found in the environment?
a) remedy b) pollutant c) sediments d) chemicals
Which of the following is NOT a type of water pollution?
a) nutrient pollution b) chemical pollution c) debris/trash d) Trick question. All of these are types of water pollution.
Which of the following does NOT contribute to water pollution?
a) Mining b) Agriculture c) Fossil Fuel Use d) Trick question. All of these contribute to water pollution.
Which human activity pollutes lakes and rivers?
a) fishing in lakes and rivers b) swimming in lakes and rivers c) using water for consumption from lakes and rivers d) discharging wastes into lakes and rivers
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