5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Sustainability/sustainable development
- Population density
- Ecosystem diversity
- a Lots of different habitats, communities, and ecological processes in the world.
- b population movement into an area
- c Number of individuals in an area
- d Total diversity in the biosphere. The combination of ecosystem, species, and genetic diversity.
- e Using natural resources without running out of them, and providing for human needs without causing long term environmental harm.
5 Multiple choice questions
- When increasing pollutants are passed up the food chain
- Any resource that cannot be replaced by natural processes; ex. Oil, coal, aluminum
- limits population growth not based on population density; ex. natural disaster, seasonal changes, etc.
- A way of manageing natural resources to preserve habitats and wildlife.
- population movement out of an area
5 True/False questions
Overfishing → Removing more fish from the oceans than can be naturally produced; catching more fish than will be born
By-catch → Plants and animals that fishing boats remove from the oceans, that are not intended for use/consumption; catching dolphins in your nets while fishing for tuna.
Carrying capacity → Most number of individuals that an ecosystem can have
Extinction → When a species no longer exists
Limiting factor → population movement into an area