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5 Matching questions

  1. manuka
  2. grazier
  3. lagoons
  4. Diatoms
  5. boomerang
  1. a Definition:a small shrub
    Significance: covers areas where prehistoric volcanic eruptions destroyed ancient forests
  2. b shallow pool of water at the center of an atoll
  3. c person who raises sheep or cattle
  4. d single-celled organisms. found in salt and fresh water. producers. make up a large percent of phytoplankton. cell walls contain cellulose and silica (frigid and glasslike). used in silver polish, toothpaste, filter and insulation
  5. e a flat, curved piece of wood;
    it is shaped in such a way that it returns to the thrower after it is flung

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. include the hunting dogs called dingoes brought from ASIA BY migrating ABORIGreNS
  2. giant ranches
  3. a combination of English and another language. African Americans developed a pidgin English, compounded of English, and their native African tongues (p.69)
  4. woven framework made from acacia saplings by early Australian settlers to build homes
  5. growing only enough for their own needs and a strong relationship to the land

5 True/False questions

  1. Corallimestone deposits formed from the skeletons of tiny sea creatures


  2. Ozone layeratmospheric layer in which ozone gas is relatively concentrated; protects life on Earth from harmful ultraviolet rays in sunlight


  3. doldrumsa narrow band near the Equator where opposing ocean currents meet


  4. atollformed by the buildup of coral reefs on the rim of submerged volcanoes


  5. El NiƱo-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)a seasonal weather event that can cause droughts in Australia and powerful cyclones in the South Pacific