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::clicker questions for Bio 109:: C 1. Given an equal sized overall starting population, which of the following societies would you expect to make the least overall demands on existing resources over the next two generations? (a) Bottom-heavy age structure (many young, few old), low per person ecological footprint (b) Bottom-heavy age structure (many young, few old), high per person ecological footprint (c) Top-heavy age structure (few young, many old), low per person ecological footprint (d) Top-heavy age structure (few young, many old), high per person ecological footprint (e) Evenly balanced age structure and sustainable use of natural resources on a per person basis B 2. Some farm-ranched salmon impose a cancer risk, because the smaller fish they are fed have pollutants in their fat, and thus they should be eaten no more than once every five months. Which of the following statements about this report is true? C 3. Which of the following best describes the concept of carrying capacity? B 4. Moving from the North Pole to the South Pole in the New World, which of the following represents a correct order in which the listed geographical attributes would be encountered (some biomes etc. are omitted)? (a) Polar ice, tundra, tropical rainforests, deserts, Equator (b) Polar ice, tundra, temperate grassland, tropical rainforests, polar ice (c) Tundra, polar ice, temperate grassland, Equator, tropical rainforests
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(d) Coniferous forests, tundra, tropical rainforests, desert, Equator (e) Tundra, coniferous forests, tropical rainforests, desert, Equator
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