Test Bank For Environmental Science 14th Edition By Eldon Enger

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Edition:  14th Edition

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Test Bank For Environmental Science 14th Edition By Eldon Enger

ISBN-13: 9780073532554 (978-0-07-353255-4)
ISBN-10: 007353255X (0-07-353255-X)

Chapter 01 Test Bank

 

Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Environmental science is an interdisciplinary area of study that deals with all of the following except
    A. politics.
    B. economics.
    C. ethics.
    D. All of these are correct.

 

  1. Environment is defined as:
    A. the surrounding conditions that affect organisms.
    B. everything that affects an organism during its lifetime.
    C. all organisms including people affecting many components.
    D. More than one of the choices are correct.
    E. None of the choices are correct.

 

 

  1. Interrelatedness is a central factor of environmental science. Which of the following is an example of interrelatedness?
    A. (A) The production of red clover plants in fields in England to the number of cats in the area.
    B. (B) The reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park to the amount of livestock.
    C. (C) The reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park to the water flow through the landscape.
    D. A & B only.
    E. A & C only.
    F. All of the above.

 

  1. An ecosystem is
    A. the transition zone between grassland and desert.
    B. a group of interactive species and their environment.
    C. a body of freshwater.
    D. the lowland area on either side of a river.

 

  1. Which is the following is a correct example of interrelatedness?
    A. Wolves reintroduced –> coyotes decline –> rodents decline –> willows increase
    B. Wolves reintroduced –> elk decline –> willows increase –> beavers increase
    C. Wolves reintroduced –> coyotes decline –> rodents increase –> foxes decrease
    D. Wolves reintroduced –> elk decline –> willows increase –> beavers increase –> water flow stays the same

 

  1. The Earth Summit was
    A. the first worldwide meeting dealing with environmental concerns.
    B. formerly known as the UNCED.
    C. held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.
    D. All of these are correct.

 

  1. The result of the 1997 Kyoto Summit was an international commitment to
    A. reduce the amount rainforest logging.
    B. increase the amount of land placed in conservation easement.
    C. reduce emissions of greenhouses gases.
    D. reduce the number of oil spills.

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