Review - 1.- was the father of wildlife management? Aldo...

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1.----- was the father of wildlife management? Aldo Leopold 100% Equals Aldo Leopold (100%) 2. Wildlife management occurs where _____, _____, and _____ overlap. A. sheep, goats, and cows 0% B. plants, animals, and water 0% C. animals, habitat, and people 100% D. food, water, and cover 0% 3. The Pittman-Robertson Act A. is administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 0% B. is also known as the Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration Act 0% C. derives revenues from an 11% federal tax on sporting arms and ammunition 0% D. provides dependable financial support for state wildlife management and research 0% E. all of the above 100% 4. In order to receive more than 0.5% of the available federal matching funds through the Pittman-Robertson Act, states must do all the following except : A. pass legislation to prevent hunter fees from being diverted away from the wildlife management agency 0% B. have established plans or programs for the conservation of wildlife in their state 0% C. show they will spend the money to develop public support for wildlife, establish game farms, or conduct wildlife law enforcement 100% D. sell enough hunting licenses 0% 5. Which of the following wildlife species have RECOVERED from near extinction ? A. European starling 0% B. passenger pigeon 0% C. black-footed ferret 0% D. wood duck 100% E. California condor 0% 6. To be successful a wildlife manager must: A. be able to communicate with and educate the public about the population status and management objectives 0% B. have technical knowledge to determine species requirements 0% C. understand the current status of the population 0% D. be able to evaluate populations 0% E. a manager must do all of the above 100% 7. The “survival of the fittest” means that: A. the best adapted will produce the most offspring 0% B. only the strongest live 0% C. animals better adapted to the environment are more likely to survive and to leave more offspring with traits like their own 100% D. since this antelope is faster than that one it’s genes will become more prevalent in the next generation 0% 8. An animals niche is: A. the animals address 0% B. the animals functional role in the environment 100%
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C. a multi-dimensional hyperspace computation problem 0% D. the safe place in which it hides from predators and sleeps at night 0% 9. Why is there no animal whose niche consists of preying upon mountain lions ? A. aboriginal humans caused them to become extinct during the Pleistocene 0% B. lions are too hard and dangerous to catch 0% C. the 10% rule 100% D. none of the above 0% 10. Regional patterns of plant-animal communities A. are classified as biomes 0% B. are determined by temperature and precipitation 0% C. are affected by topography 0% D. all of the above 100% 11. Natural selection can best be thought of as: A. The result of evolution 0% B. Theory (rigorously tested and as yet unrefuted) explaining changes in "species" over time 0% C. The process resulting in differential reproduction and survival of different genotypes
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