5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- tree farms
- demographic transition model
- ecological footprint
- stable population
- surface fires
- a model used to predict population trends based on births, deaths, and economy
- b fires that only burn forest's underbrush and don't damage mature trees; they help because they prevent bigger fires by removing underbrush that would otherwise burn quicker at high temps.
- c amount of Earth's surface that's necessary to supply and dispose waste from a population. I=PxAxT (pop.)(affluence)(technology)
- d varies slightly above and below its carrying capacity over time
- e plantations that manage trees of the same age and harvested
5 Multiple choice questions
- prohibit trading and commerce of species endangered or threatened
- availability of clean water, improved sanitation systems, and medical care
- living organisms will continue to live, and consume available materials until the supply of materials is exhausted.
- bans capture, exportation, or sale of endangered and threatened species
- regular population changes
5 True/False questions
uneven-aged management → charitable agency that distributes food that would otherwise go to waste
terracing → flat platforms on the hillside that creates level ground and reduces soil runoff from the slopes
biodiversity hot spot → DIVERSE region that faces severe threats and has lost 70%+ of original vegetation
genetic drift → random fluctuations in frequency of seeing a gene in a small, isolated population. Due to chance, not natural selection
Law of Tolerance → living organisms will continue to live, and consume available materials until the supply of materials is exhausted.