5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Biochemical Oxygen Demand
- Air Pollution
- Proven Reserve
- a The number of species in a specific habitat.
- b Oxygen needed to allow aquatic bacteria to decompose a given load of organic waste.
- c Substance in the environment that is useful to people, is economically and technologically feasible to access, and is socially acceptable to use.
- d The amount of a resource remaining in discovered deposits.
- e Concentration of trace substances at a greater level than average air.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Power supplied by people or animals.
- The separation, collection, and processing of unwanted material.
- Resource that has a theoretically unlimited supply and is not depleted when used by humans.
- Nuclear power plant that creates its own fuel from plutonium.
- Metals utilized to make products other than iron and steel
5 True/False questions
Acid Precipitation → Conversion of sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides to precipitation.
Fossil Fuel → Energy source formed from residue of plants and animals buried millions of years ago.
Passive Solar Energy Systems → Energy that collects energy through the use of mechanical devices like photovotaic cells or flat-plate collectors
Radioactive Waste → Particles from a nuclear reaction that emit radiation; contact with such particles may be harmful or lethal to people and must therefore be safely stored for thousands of years.
Acid Deposition → Concentration of trace substances at a greater level than average air.