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When new members enter or leave a population
a) change in population
b) change in radiation
c) population density
d)

When a wall of water quickly sweeps over an area
a) flash flood
b) river flood
c) pond flood
d) Noah's flood

Water slowly climbs over the ediges of a river
a) flash flood
b) river flood
c) pond flood
d) high water flood

An unusually high water stage in which water overflows its natural or artificial banks onto normally dry land
a) wildfire
b) flood
c) landslide
d) hurricane

A natural event in most grassland and forest ecosystems.
a) wildfire
b) flood
c) landslide
d) tornado

They allow the ability of some seeds to break open so they can germinate, increase air population, habitat destruction, or destroying homes or property.
a) wildfire
b) flood
c) landslide
d) death

Can be caused by rains, floods, earthquakes, and other natural causes as well as human-made causes.
a) wildfire
b) flood
c) landslide
d) tornado

Large areas of ground movement of rock, earth, or debris that fall, slide or flow on slopes due to gravity
a) wildfire
b) flood
c) landslide
d) tornado

True or False: There are various factors that can change the environment.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

When an organism moves into an environment
a) emigration
b) immigration
c) migration
d) filtration

When part of the population leaves the environment
a) immigration
b) emigration
c) migration
d) evaporation

The number of organisms in the given amount of space
a) population density
b) change in radiation
c) change in population
d) mass population

Can affect the number of organisms an environment can support
a) change in population
b) limiting factors
c) natural hazards
d) carrying capacity

The maximum number of organisms that can survive in a particular ecosystem
a) change in population
b) limiting factor
c) carrying capacity
d) population density

Temperature and amount of rainfall in a particular environment
a) landslide
b) climate
c) flood
d) weather

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