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Which of the following is an example of a community?
a) all the white-tailed deer in a forest
b) all the trees, soil, and water in a forest
c) all the plants and animals in a wetland
d) all the cattails in a wetland

What mostly causes pollution?
a) tire reefs
b) environment
c) human impact
d) bisophere

The amount of energy in a ecosystem ___________ as you go up the energy pyramid
a) decreases
b) increases
c) remains the same
d) triples

An organism that makes its own food using energy from the sun is called a ________.
a) producer
b) primary consumer
c) secondary consumer
d) carnivore

__________ is a non living physical feature of the environment that includes air, water, soil, temperature, and sunlight.
a) abiotic factors
b) biotic factors
c) predation
d) tertiary

Which of the following organisms is an example of a herbivore?
a) tree
b) rabbit
c) wolf
d) moss

The predator prey relationship in an ecosystem could be upset by which of the following?
a) The introduction of a new predator,
b) The passing of time.
c) The biosphere.
d) None of the above.

What is the most prevelant greenhouse gas?
a) carbon dioxide
b) methane
c) unleaded
d) nitrous oxide

Which of the following is an example of a population?
a) all the white-tailed deer in a forest
b) all the trees, soil, and water in a forest
c) all the plants and animals in a wetland
d) all the cattails in a wetland

This country is the number one producer of greenhouse gases?
a) The United States
b) China
c) Nigeria
d) Russia

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