exam_2_2004 - NAME: _ ID: _ RNR 200 FINAL EXAM Fall 2004...

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1 NAME: __________________________________ ID: _________________________ RNR 200 FINAL EXAM Fall 2004 Instructors: Match the following terms or names with their definitions or relevant phrases. (Two points each: total of 18) a. Gifford Pinchot b. Encourage tree planting in the west ____ Soil Conservation Service c. Pesticides ____ Rachel Carson d. Alternate sections of land along a right-of-way ____ First Director of the NPS e. Hugh Hammond Bennett ____ Paul Ehrlich f. Property Rights g. Jefferson’s ideal US Citizen ____ Yeoman Farmer h. Recognized squatters’ rights to property ____ Military Industrial Complex i. Stephen Mather ____ Barry Commoner j. Post war Science and Technology Advances ____ Preemption Act k. Landmarks as property boundaries l. Spaceship Earth m. Population Bomb Multiple Choice: Circle the response that best answers the question. (Two points each: total of 30) 1. Which state has the most wilderness area? a. Montana b. Alaska c. California d. None of the above 2. Historical overexploitation of resources affected many species and ecosystems. Which of the following were rendered extinct through early overexploitation? a. Red-cockaded woodpecker b. Bison c. Passenger pigeon d. All of the above e. None of the above f. A and B g. B and C 3. The EPA differs from the other regulatory agencies in that it: a. Has no Organic Act b. Administers pollution laws c. d. All of the above e. Only b and c
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2 4. The National Grasslands of the United States are primarily managed by which federal agency? a. NRCS b. USFS c. USGS d. NGOs e. BLM 5. Who espoused an ‘ecosophy’ that required followers to think about their values and to act on them? a. Peter Max b. Barry Commoner c. Arne Naess d. Garrett Hardin e. None of the above 6. This Act, passed in the 1930s, authorized taxation of firearms, ammunition and archery equipment to generate funds for the selection, restoration, rehabilitation and improvement of wildlife habitat, wildlife management research, and the distribution of information produced by the projects a. Migratory Bird Treaty Act b. Pittman-Robertson Act c. Lacey Act d. Hatch Act e. Morrill Act 7. These two men were explorers and scientists who had major influence on the development of the
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2008 for the course RNR 200 taught by Professor Archer during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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