6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- A species in which the population is low enough for it to be at risk of becoming endangered.
- Resources that can be easily maintained and used without fear of exhaustion.
- Foreign species whose introduction causes economic or environmental harm.
- The point at which the marginal cost of pollution equals the marginal cost of abatement. In other words, environmental harm meets the cost of reducing it.
- 1906 act that authorized the president to set aside land as national monument sites that have scientific, prehistoric, or historic value.
- Localized, native species that are not found anywhere else.
5 True/False questions
NEPA → National Environmental Policy Act that acknowledges that the Federal government must consider the environmental impact of a proposed federal action. Provided the basis for EISs.
Marginal Cost → Model that shows the mathematical relationship between environmental impacts and the forces that drive them (number of people, affluence per person, and environmental effects of technologies used to obtain and consume resources).
Lesser Developed Country → An industrialized county that is characterized bu a low fertility rate, low infant mortality rate, and a high per-capita income.
Naturalizaed Species → A species in which the population is low enough for it to be at risk of becoming endangered.
Highly Developed Country → A developing country with a low level of industrialization, a very high fertility rate, a very high infant mortality rate, and a very low per-capita income.