FANR 1100 EXAM 1 - FANR/MARS 1100 Exam #1, Version A Spring...

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FANR/MARS 1100 Exam #1, Version A Spring 2011 – Dr. Dale Greene I will be honest in all my academic work and will not tolerate the academic dishonesty of others. Signed ____________________________________________________________ Print Name ________________________________________________________ Student ID# _______________________________________________________ This quiz is closed book and closed notes. No cell phones or other electronic communication devices are to be used or visible at any time during the exam. There are 40 questions. Answers are to be coded on the Scantron sheet using a #2 pencil to make dark marks to completely fill the ovals. Enter your student ID number beginning with 810 in the identification number field starting in column A. You must show your ID to the instructor or TA when turning in the exam. Go Dawgs!
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(1) Which of the following is the best definition for “Natural Resources Conservation"? a. preservation of natural resources b. protection of wildlife c. environmental activism d. wise and efficient use of natural resources (2) Which of the following is a renewable resource? a. Sand mined from the Broad River north of Athens b. Coal mined from West Virginia and used to make electricity in Orlando, FL c. Kaolin clay mined in Johnson County, Georgia used to make bathroom fixtures d. Wild shrimp caught off the Georgia coast e. All of the above (3) Who was the first president to make conservation of our natural resources a major part of his administrative legacy? a. Thomas Jefferson b. Warren Harding c. Franklin Roosevelt d. Theodore Roosevelt e. Richard Nixon (4) Most of our major environmental laws in the United States (Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Endangered Species Act, etc.) were passed during which decade? a. 1890’s b. 1930’s c. 1970’s d. 1990’s (5) “Natural resources should be used for the benefit of man without regard to long-term effects on the environment.” This statement reflects which of the following approaches to natural resource management? a. ecological b. spiritual c. utilitarian d. exploitation e. preservation (6) Population growth at a fixed rate, when unconstrained, follows what mathematical function? a. cosine b. exponential c. logarithmic d. random
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(7) If immigration is 35, emigration is 5, the birth rate is 20, and the death rate is 15 (each per 1000 people), what is the percentage rate of natural increase for this country? a. 0.5% b. 5.0% c. 35% d. 3.5% (8) In the article Go Forth and Multiply a Lot Less from the Economist Magazine, we learned that the fertility rate in half of the world’s countries today has fallen under 2.1 – the “replacement fertility level”. Which of the following was NOT discussed as a possible reason? a.
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FANR 1100 EXAM 1 - FANR/MARS 1100 Exam #1, Version A Spring...

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