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Environmental Science

A field that draws on ecology, geology, meteorology, biology, chemistry, and physics to study environmental problems and human impacts on the environment.

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This is one of the main forms of interaction between organisms in any ecosystems

  • Dependency
  • Breakdown
  • Feeding
  • Producing

These are species that normally live and thrive in a particular ecosystem

  • Keystone species
  • Indicator species
  • Immigrant or alien species
  • Native species
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These are hazardous threats that occurs and harms human beings

  • Technological Disasters
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Natural Hazards
  • Natural Disasters

A lot of energy is lost at each tropic level that is why a typical food chain is limited to only 4-6 links on each level

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Insect infestations

  • Geologic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

This can be seen as a factor for the rapid increase in population where human mobility specially concentrating in areas where there is high employment opportunity

  • Decline in Death Rate
  • Lack of Education
  • Increase in Birthrate
  • Migration

The Earth's changing surroundings and the dynamic relationships of organisms has now reached a plateau on diversity

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Earthquakes

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Crop failure due to a volcanic eruption

  • Primary Effect
  • Secondary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect

If a phenomenon has negative effects on humans and have destroyed life and property, it is called a natural hazard.

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Landslides

  • Geologic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards

An early warning implies that people should alter their normal life routines because of the danger of an imminent event

  • True
  • False

This is a characteristic of population a key measurement in the increase of population

  • Exponential Growth
  • Doubling Time
  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Infant Mortality Rate

Energy flows through ecosystems in the form of ____________ and leaves in the form of heat

  • Sunlight
  • Energy
  • Molecules
  • Air

This component of the population which can be considered as the backbone of progress for a country

  • Age Composition
  • Educational Composition
  • Religious Composition
  • Linguistic Composition

An environmental problem that is characterized by the thinning and lessening of the Earths protective layer or cover

  • Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Loss of Biodiversity
  • Deforestation
  • Ocean Acidification

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Coal Dust

  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards

Age and sex are the two most important compositions of population

  • True
  • False

The main function of consumers is to break down all organic matters

  • True
  • False

__________________is utilized to make nucleic acid and the phospholipids that make up biological membranes

  • Nitrogen
  • Carbon
  • Sulfur
  • Phosphorus

This component of the population is a key factor because it plays an essential function in the lives of human beings and in fact, wars have been fought because of this.

  • Religious Composition
  • Age Composition
  • Sex Composition
  • Racial and Ethnic Composition

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Cyclones

  • Geologic Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards

An irregular small physical change that may be identified to lead to a more destructive event.

  • Prediction
  • Early warning
  • Forecasting
  • Precursor event

Which of the following is NOT a common element associated with organic molecules?

  • Nitrate
  • Sulfur
  • Phosphorus
  • Carbon

Earthquakes have been responsible for producing water on the Earth's surface and atmosphere. .

  • True
  • False

We have witnessed the exponential growth of population in the past years and this increase is faster that the replenishment of resources

  • True
  • False

Overpopulation is one of the most significant among environmental issues because almost all human activities contribute to the degradation of the environment

  • True
  • False

Ecology comes from the Greek word "oikos" which means _________

  • Society
  • Ecology
  • Discourse
  • Habitation

This is a characteristic of population that refers to the number of infants who died in a particular year

  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Exponential Growth
  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Zero Population Growth

This component of the population is the most fundamental and is often used by demographers in understanding the idea of fertility and mortality

  • Sex Composition
  • Racial and Ethnic Composition
  • Age Composition
  • Religious Composition

Ecology comes from the Greek word "logos"which means _________

  • Habitation
  • Ecology
  • Discourse
  • Society

__________________is crucial in the formation of the 3-dimentional shape of proteins

  • Nitrogen
  • Sulfur
  • Carbon
  • Phosphorus

Diversity is the foundation of ecosystems to which human beings are connected

  • True
  • False

These are types of hazards/disasters because of the interaction of humans with the environment.

  • Technological Disasters
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Natural Disasters
  • Natural Hazards

Diversity is important because it provides richness in species

  • True
  • False

These are called producers and are characterized by being self-nourishing

  • Saphrotrophs
  • Chemoautotrophs
  • Heterotrophs
  • Autotrophs

An environmental problem that happens because of the relocation of population from high density urban areas to low density rural areas resulting in the spread of city over more and more rural land

  • Acid rain
  • Urban Sprawl
  • Over Population
  • Ocean Acidification

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Nuclear Radiation

  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards

An environmental problem that is caused by any addition to air, water, soil or food that threatens the health, survival or activities of human or other living organisms.

  • Climate Change
  • Deforestation
  • Pollution
  • Waste Disposal

Humans do not have control of environmental problems specially global warming

  • True
  • False

This component of the population that defines one nation's identity

  • Educational Composition
  • Linguistic Composition
  • Religious Composition
  • Age Composition

This collection of interdependent components, each with its own defined boundary which includes the totality or pattern of relations between organisms and their environment.

  • Biology
  • Autecology
  • System
  • Synecology

This refers to the differences of one organism or species to another. It may be differences in color, size or appearance

  • Variation
  • Synecology
  • System
  • Biology

Economic activities and the social attitudes, affects all aspects of individual life

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Tornadoes

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Fires ignited, electric and water disruption because of earthquakes

  • Tertiary Effect
  • Primary Effect
  • Secondary Effect

These are consumers that recycle organic matter in ecosystems by breaking down dead organic materials.

  • Chemoautotrophs
  • Autotrophs
  • Saphrotrophs
  • Heterotrophs

Human intervention and science advancements in veered away from the natural human and nature occurrences.

  • True
  • False

This is one theory on population that says the population growth is merely a symptom rather than the cause of poverty. It is because the social class or less privileged are exploited.

  • Malthusian Theory
  • Survival of the Fittest
  • Theory of Evolution
  • Marxian Theory

This is the trophic level of the producers

  • Third Trophic Level
  • Fourth Trophic Level
  • Second Trophic Level
  • First Trophic Level

This is a characteristic of population that is defined when immigration plus the number of births in a population is equal to the number of emigration plus death

  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Exponential Growth
  • Zero Population Growth

This branch of ecology that is focused on the impact to patterns and changes evidenced in the progression of humans.

  • Behavioral Ecology
  • Molecular Ecology
  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Physiological Ecology

This deals with the study of the individual organism or an individual species with emphasis on the behavior as a means of adaptation to the environment.

  • Biology
  • Autecology
  • Ecology
  • Synecology

This can be seen as a factor for the rapid increase in population where advancement in technology paved ways to alternative ways of conceiving and contributed to population increase

  • Migration
  • Decline in Death Rate
  • Lack of Education
  • Increase in Birthrate

This pertains to the measurement of hazards from a scientific point of view and the evaluation on the socio-economic impact of a hazardous event.

  • Density
  • Proximity
  • Risk Assessment
  • Vulnerability

Urban development contributed to population size concentrated on a specific area

  • True
  • False

A famous thinker who said that the rate of increase in population grows faster or at a compound rate versus the rate of food production.

  • Thomas Robert Marx
  • Karl Marx
  • Karl Malthus
  • Thomas Robert Malthus

This is a type of species relationship in which one species is neither helped nor harmed.

  • Mutualism
  • Commensalism
  • Inter Specific Competition
  • Predation

To avoid confusion when common names are used in refereeing to organisms, a binomial system is utilized

  • True
  • False

Ecosystem reflects the partial pattern of relations between organisms and their environment

  • True
  • False

This is a type of species relationship that is cooperative partnership between 2 species in which BOTH species benefit

  • Mutualism
  • Inter Specific Competition
  • Commensalism

An environmental problem whose main contributor are human activities and practices that resulted in the emission of Greenhouse gases.

  • Acid rain
  • Over Population
  • Glocal Warming
  • Climate Change

This one of the developments in our perception that includes information that is collected and processed tha enables us to analyze and compare global databases over long periods of time.

  • View of Earth from space
  • Enhanced Computing Power
  • Research Advances
  • Global Databases

This is a type of species relationship involving organisms that live in or on another organism and feed on it without immediately killing it

  • Commensalism
  • Inter Specific Competition
  • Predation
  • Mutualism

The likelihood that an event will occur based on scientific observation

  • Forecasting
  • Precursor event
  • Early warning
  • Prediction

__________matrix of food chains showing the patterns of energy and material flow through a community

  • Food Cycle
  • Food Dependence
  • Food Web
  • Food Series

These are species that have one or more roles in an ecosystem that are disproportionately important compared to their biomass

  • Immigrant or alien species
  • Native species
  • Indicator species
  • Keystone species

Floods, landslides, and windstorms and other erosion processes actually replenish soil and helps sustain life.

  • True
  • False

Living components in an ecosystem are called

  • Cyclic
  • Abiotic
  • Biotic
  • Semiotic

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Lightning

  • Geologic Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

What are the two most important composition of a population?

  • Age and Sex
  • Birth and Sex
  • Age and Mortality
  • Birth and Mortality

Ecosystem is a community of organisms interacting with one another as well as with their non-living environment

  • True
  • False

The increase or decrease in population size is independent of outside factors

  • True
  • False

We cannot say that there is a pure race because of race diversity

  • True
  • False

Earthquakes have been responsible for producing water on the Earth's surface and atmosphere.

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Wildfires

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards

These are called consumers which utilize complex materials

  • Saphrotrophs
  • Chemoautotrophs
  • Heterotrophs
  • Autotrophs

A characteristic of generalized species is being able to tolerate a wide range of environmental conditions

  • True
  • False

This branch of ecology that is focused on the biology of molecules.

  • Molecular Ecology
  • Physiological Ecology
  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Behavioral Ecology

Energy is lost when undigested food is excreted out by the consumers

  • True
  • False

There is a disparity between the usage of natural resources and its replenishment

  • True
  • False

The degrees of success of a nation as it also shapes society in different ways

  • True
  • False

This is a water process cycle that happens when liquid water turns into vapor

  • Transpiration
  • Evaporation
  • Sublimation
  • Condensation

This is a type of feeder that feeds only on a limited range of particular organisms

  • Selective Feeder
  • Common Feeder
  • Generalist feeder
  • Specialist Feeder

Statement indicating a high probability of a hazardous event happening based on a prediction or forecast

  • Forecasting
  • Precursor event
  • Prediction
  • Early warning

These are species that serve as early warnings that a community or an ecosystem is being damaged

  • Native species
  • Indicator species
  • Keystone species
  • Immigrant or alien species

This a branch of ecology that is focused on the determination of behavior patterns in animals.

  • Physiological Ecology
  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Behavioral Ecology
  • Molecular Ecology

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Landslides

  • Secondary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect
  • Primary Effect

This one of the developments in our perception of Earth likened to a blue green sphere that seems to float in blackness.

  • Research Advances
  • View of Earth from space
  • Global Databases
  • Enhanced Computing Power

These are producers where by production is driven entirely by hydrothermal energy, as hydrothermal vents.

  • Saphrotrophs
  • Photoautotrophs
  • Heterotrophs
  • Chemoautotrophs

This is a type of species interaction when one organism kills and eats another organism

  • Inter Specific Competition
  • Predation
  • Parasitism
  • Mutualism

This variable nature and tendency of among living organisms from all sources including, inter alia, terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems and the ecological complexes of which they are part in

  • Synecology
  • System
  • Biodiversity
  • Diversity

This branch of ecology that aims to re-establish the integrity of natural systems which was destroyed by human activity

  • Community Ecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Restoration Ecology
  • Population Ecology

This deals with the study of groups of organisms which are associated together as a unit.

  • Autecology
  • Biology
  • Synecology
  • System

These are the producers use sunlight as source of energy

  • Chemoautotrophs
  • Saphrotrophs
  • Heterotrophs
  • Photoautotrophs

An environmental problem that is a result of over consumption of natural resources and manufacturing of plastics

  • Pollution
  • Deforestation
  • Climate Change
  • Waste Disposal

The process of recycling of inorganic matter involving living organisms and the non-living environment.

  • Biochemical Cycles
  • Diversity Cycles
  • Bio Cycles
  • Chemical Cycles

Non-Living components in an ecosystem are called

  • Biotic
  • Semiotic
  • Abiotic
  • Cyclic

This is a result of natural occurring processes that happens on Earth

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Natural Hazards
  • Natural Disasters
  • Technological Disasters

Heat and reflected light are the only things that leave the Earth

  • True
  • False

This branch of ecology that deals with genetics of population and community ecology

  • Population Ecology
  • Community Ecology
  • Conservation Biology
  • Restoration Ecology

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Tsunami

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards

Biology seeks to understand the interaction among organisms, populations, communities and the ecosphere

  • True
  • False

________ is the controlled physical, chemical and biological "housing" or place, or more commonly known as habitat,

  • Environment
  • Ecology
  • Science
  • Society

It pertains to the flow of energy in refers to the flow of energy in ecosystems through the food chain

  • Biodiversity
  • Diversity Flow
  • Ecosystem Flow
  • Caloric Flow

An environmental problem that occurs because of excessive production of CO2 which causes harm to marine life

  • Ocean Acidification
  • Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Deforestation
  • Loss of Biodiversity

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Volcanic Eruptions

  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Earthquakes

  • Primary Effect
  • Secondary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect

Race reflects unity and solidity in a community and It also reinforces the idea of patriotism and nationalism

  • True
  • False

A characteristic of generalized species is living and thriving in many different places

  • True
  • False

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Hurricanes

  • Secondary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect
  • Primary Effect

Diversity is presence of genetic differences between animals within species, both between and within populations

  • True
  • False

This branch of ecology that deals with the relationships and interaction of interrelated ecological communities

  • Community Ecology
  • Conservation Biology
  • Population Ecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology

This is one theory on population that says that the rate of increase in population grows faster or at a compound rate versus the rate of food production which increases slowly or remains stable

  • Marxian Theory
  • Theory of Evolution
  • Survival of the Fittest
  • Malthusian Theory

This a field of study that focuses on the relationships, functions and interactions of the physical, chemical and biological components of the environment

  • Environmental Science
  • Science and Technology
  • Societal Change
  • Ecological Balance

If a phenomenon has negative effects on humans and have destroyed life and property, it is called a natural hazard

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Disease epidemics

  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards

This is a type of food chain that starts from a green plant base, then goes to herbivores, then on to carnivores

  • Bio-concentration
  • Detritus Food Chain
  • Grazing food chain
  • Bio-magnification

An environmental problem that is characterized by the thinning and lessening of the Earth's protective layer or cover

  • Ocean Acidification
  • Loss of Biodiversity
  • Deforestation
  • Ozone Layer Depletion

This is a collection of interdependent components, each with its own defined boundary

  • Diversity
  • System
  • Biodiversity
  • Ecosystem

The death rate in humans has an inverse relationship with birth rate

  • True
  • False

__________is the transfer of food energy from the source in plants through a series of organisms with repeated eating and being eaten

  • Food Web
  • Food Chain
  • Food Dependence
  • Food Cycle

An environmental problem that occurs because of the increase in global warming which occurs due to the rise in temperature of atmosphere caused by human activities such as burning of fossil fuels and the emission of harmful gases by industries.

  • Pollution
  • Waste Disposal
  • Climate Change
  • Deforestation

This development has allowed to apply contemporary processes as a continuation of past processes of data capture and collection regarding the

  • Global Databases
  • Research Advances
  • View of Earth from space
  • Enhanced Computing Power

Migration of people is age-selective

  • True
  • False

A famous thinker who proposed social justice and equity for everybody to have a good standard of living and stabilize population growth.

  • Karl Marx
  • Thomas Robert Malthus
  • Thomas Robert Marx
  • Karl Malthus

Water is made up of two elements which are:

  • Hydrogen and Carbon
  • Oxygen and Hydrogen
  • Oxygen and Nitrogen
  • Carbon and Oxygen

An environmental problem that happens because of the presence of certain pollutants in the atmosphere

  • Water Pollution
  • Acid rain
  • Urban Sprawl
  • Ocean Acidification

_________is the controlled physical, chemical and biological "housing" or place, or more commonly known as habitat,

  • Society
  • Science
  • Ecology
  • Environment

Volcanic eruptions caused the formation of mountain ranges that direct water to flow downhill and in turn form rivers and lakes.

  • True
  • False

This component of the population structure that is deemed less important because it's determinants are not good decisive factor.

  • Racial and Ethnic Composition
  • Religious Composition
  • Age Composition
  • Sex Composition

Solar energy is a biotic factor

  • True
  • False

This is a water process cycle that happens when ice water turns into vapor

  • Sublimation
  • Transpiration
  • Evaporation
  • Condensation

This branch of ecology that consists of organisms of the same species that lives in the same place and time

  • Population Ecology
  • Landscape Ecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology
  • Community Ecology

An environmental problem that is caused by scarcity of food production which involves the intervention of science to produce crops at a faster rate.

  • Climate Change
  • Acid rain
  • Over Population
  • Genetic Engineering

This a branch of ecology that is focused on how living things respond to factors in the environment like temperature, water maintenance, oxygen balance, salt balance etc.

  • Molecular Ecology
  • Behavioral Ecology
  • Physiological Ecology
  • Evolutionary Ecology

Ecosystem is a self-sustaining system which uses energy and the cycled materials

  • True
  • False

A naturally-occurring phenomenon on Earth is called a Natural disaster.

  • True
  • False

This development has allowed us to use data and theory together in the study of Earth and the interaction between many parts of the earth's system

  • Research Advances
  • Enhanced Computing Power
  • View of Earth from space
  • Global Databases

An important feature of a food chain and food web where the potential of organisms to concentrate materials from the environment in significant amounts directly or indirectly through feeding or respiratory activities

  • Grazing food chain
  • Bio-magnification
  • Bio-concentration
  • Detritus Food Chain

These are hazardous threats that are induced or influenced by humans

  • Natural Hazards
  • Technological Disasters
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Natural Disasters

Physical features of individuals can be used as a certain decisive factor in judging the cultural traits of people.

  • True
  • False

Refers to a short or long term prediction of a phenomenon

  • Prediction
  • Early warning
  • Forecasting
  • Precursor event

Human population is similar and only has distinctions of race and ethnicity

  • True
  • False

This can be seen as a factor for the rapid increase in population because human have no knowledge on the ill effects of overpopulation

  • Lack of Education
  • Decline in Death Rate
  • Migration
  • Increase in Birthrate

__________________ is present in all organic molecules

  • Sulfur
  • Carbon
  • Phosphorus
  • Nitrogen

__________________an important component of nucleic acid and proteins

  • Sulfur
  • Carbon
  • Nitrogen
  • Phosphorus

This pertains to the manner in which a hazard or disaster will affect lives and properties of humans

  • Density
  • Vulnerability
  • Risk Assessment
  • Proximity

This is a type of feeder that feeds on diverse organisms depending on availability

  • Specialist Feeder
  • Generalist feeder
  • Common Feeder
  • Selective Feeder

When one organism consumes another, both energy and materials are retained

  • True
  • False

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Severe Thunderstorms

  • Geologic Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards
  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards

This branch of ecology that is focused on the transformation of energy associated with materials movement between organisms and the physical environment.

  • Population Ecology
  • Landscape Ecology
  • Community Ecology
  • Ecosystem Ecology

The Earth is considered an open system as it is susceptible to external factors

  • True
  • False

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Loss of habitat because of a flood

  • Tertiary Effect
  • Secondary Effect
  • Primary Effect

This is the trophic level of the primary consumers

  • Second Trophic Level
  • Third Trophic Level
  • First Trophic Level
  • Fourth Trophic Level

Identify the categories of the following hazards and disasters if they are Geologic, Atmospheric, Anthropogenic or Other Natural Hazards: Floods

  • Anthropogenic Hazards
  • Geologic Hazards
  • Other Natural Hazards
  • Atmospheric Hazards

This can be seen as a factor for the rapid increase in population where advancement in technology and curing certain diseases contributed to population increase

  • Lack of Education
  • Decline in Death Rate
  • Increase in Birthrate
  • Migration

This component of the population is a key factor of the socio-economic condition of an area and is often used by geographers at the regional level

  • Age Composition
  • Religious Composition
  • Sex Composition
  • Racial and Ethnic Composition

This is a characteristic of population evidenced by an increase in quantity by a constant amount per unit time

  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Doubling Time
  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Exponential Growth

An environmental problem that created imbalance and change in the ecosystem because of human activities that lead to the destruction of certain species and habitat

  • Deforestation
  • Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Loss of Biodiversity
  • Ocean Acidification

A classification of resource that is essentially inexhaustible on a human time scale

  • Non Renewable Resources
  • Renewable resources
  • Environmental Degradation
  • Potentially Renewable Resources

This is a type of species interaction where two species compete for the same scarce resources

  • Mutualism
  • Parasitism
  • Inter Specific Competition
  • Predation

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Flooding, hurricane, caused by a landslide into a lake or river.

  • Primary Effect
  • Secondary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect

This is a characteristic of population which is the time needed for a population to be double in size at a constant rate annually

  • Total Fertility Rate
  • Infant Mortality Rate
  • Doubling Time
  • Exponential Growth

Natural hazards are important and have benefits to humans and the environment

  • True
  • False

A characteristic of specialized species is being able to live in multiple habitat

  • True
  • False

Identify if the following hazards have Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Effect: Water damage caused by flooding

  • Secondary Effect
  • Primary Effect
  • Tertiary Effect