quiz 6. ids 601

quiz 6. ids 601 - 1. The main distinction between the...

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   1.       The main distinction between the conservationists (led by Pinchot) and the preservationists (led by Muir)  was that. . .   Student Response 1.  Preservationists claimed that the Hetch Hetchy reservoir would spoil the surrounding wilderness  unnecessarily, while the conservationists said that it would enhance its value. 2.  Muir claimed that nuature had intrinsic value, while Pinchot said that the value of nature lay  primarily in her service to humanity. 3.  All of the above are true. Score: 3.3/3.3    2.       Muir relied on which one thing more than any other in his ecological battles?   Student Response 1.  Weapons. 2.  Political clout. 3.  Faith in God. 4.  Money Score: 3.3/3.3    3.       The problem with ecofeminism is that    Student Response 1.  it stresses the need for a world without men. 2.  all of the above are serious problems. 3.  as a philosophical theory used to guide ecological behaviour it is too unclear. 4.  it was invented by men! Score: 3.3/3.3   
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     Which of the following statements does NOT characterize hunter-gatherer societies?   Student Response 1.  They learned to hunt large game cooperatively. 2.  They lived in small groups of 50 or less 3.  They gradually developed tools and hunting weapons. 4.  They had little knowledge about their natural surroundings. Score: 3.3/3.3    5.       Which of the following statements does NOT characterize relationships between hunter-gatherers and  the environment?   Student Response 1.  They caused major environmental impacts. 2.  They exploited their environment for food and other resources. 3.  They used potentially renewable resources. 4.  Population size was low. Score: 3.3/3.3    6.       Hunter-gatherer environmental impacts were kept low by    Student Response 1.  exponential growth of their populations. 2.  giving nature time to recuperate after they moved on. 3.  high use of resources. 4.  reliance on fossil fuels as an energy source. Score:
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course IDS 201 taught by Professor Tavakoli during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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