Ecology quiz 22

Ecology quiz 22 - 1.(Points:1)

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1.  (Points: 1)      What is the current attitude that many conservation biologists hold toward  the objectivity of their discipline? a. When dealing with a crisis of species loss, ecologists are unable to be  objective, compromising the validity of their interpretation of data. b. Ecologists must not allow their values to interfere with their pursuit of  science. c. Ecologists can be objective while they allow their values to guide the types  of problems they address. d. Objectivity is not necessary when dealing with destruction of biodiversity. e. It is impossible to have values guide research and maintain objectivity.   Save Answer     2.  (Points: 1)      Which of the following statements about Steadman's study of fossil birds in  the Pacific islands is false? a. Most of the species were endemic to the islands. b. The extinctions took place before human colonization of the islands. c. The extinctions encompassed entire ecological guilds that are no longer 
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Ecology quiz 22 - 1.(Points:1)

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