EESA01 Midterm - 1 University of Toronto at Scarborough...

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1 University of Toronto Examiner: A.G. Price at Scarborough "Introduction to Environmental Science" (EES A01 H3 F L02) Mid-Term Examination , (Family Name) (Given Name) STUDENT NAME:____________________________________________________________ STUDENT NUMBER:__________________________________________________________ Time: 2 Hours . This exam is worth 25% of the final course grade. Answer all questions in all sections RED MEANS THE QUESTION NOT DIRECTLY FROM LECTURE NOTE Section 1: In this section, mark on the SCANTRON sheet the answer which is most correct. 1. Human arrival in Southern Ontario dates back to: A. 2-3 million ybp (years before present) B. Between 20,000 and 40,000 ybp C. Between 100,000 and 200,000 ybp D. Less than 20,000 ybp** E. None of the above 2. Physical evidence of the emergence of humanoid behaviour is given by: A. Pottery fragments B. Metallic tools and weapons C. Verbal communication D. Fire-hearths** E. Written symbols on clay tablets (pictograms) 3. Latitudinal differences in insolation result dominantly from: 4. The “Polar Front” is: 1
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5. The dominant precipitation-forming process in the Intertropical Zone (ITCZ) is: 6. “Transhumance” is: A. A seasonal migration of people and animals over well-established routes** B. People following a herd of wild animals on which they are dependent C. Enclosing animals in the same structures as people D. Migration of people from one area to another E. An early form of inter-urban migration 7. Horton Overland Flow usually occurs:
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