5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Nonrenewable resource
- Endangered species
- a Loss of forests through natural or man made causes; logging forests
- b population movement into an area
- c A way of manageing natural resources to preserve habitats and wildlife.
- d Any resource that cannot be replaced by natural processes; ex. Oil, coal, aluminum
- e Species with very low numbers that is at risk of dying out
5 Multiple choice questions
- Using natural resources without running out of them, and providing for human needs without causing long term environmental harm.
- A mixture of chemicals that occurs as a grey-brown haze. Primarily caused by automobiles
- When good land is turned into a desert through farming, overgrazing, and/or drought
- Growth that increases over time. Found under perfect conditions only
- When a species no longer exists
5 True/False questions
Renewable resource → Resources can regenerate or replenish over time;ex. growing more trees after logging/using wind energy/cleaning and reusing drinking water
Biological magnification → When increasing pollutants are passed up the food chain
Biodiversity → Total genetic variety on the planet
Species diversity → Total genetic variety on the planet
Density-dependent limiting factor → limits population growth not based on population density; ex. natural disaster, seasonal changes, etc.