Honors Environmental Science Test 1 REVIEW
Identify the person or Cast of Players described below.
1. Countrys first influential expert in industrial medicine
2. Concerned with setting aside or protecting undisturbed natural areas from harmful human
What are plastics produced from?
o Oil and natural gas
What four things could we do with waste?
What are bioremediation and phytoremediation?
o Bioremediationmicroorganisms and enzymes help convert toxic or
Contains one or more of 39 toxic, carcinogenic, mutagenic, or
teratogenic compounds at levels that exceed established limits
Catches fire easily
Is reactive or unstable enough to explode or release toxic fumes
Is capable of corroding meta
Honors Environmental Science Unit 8 Review Answer Key
What are examples of primary and secondary energy resources?
Primary Energy Resources: fossil fuels(oil, gas, and coal), nuclear energy,
falling water, geothermal, and solar energy
Honors Environmental Science TEST 5 Review
Chapters 10, 13 and first half of 15
1. What is erosion?
2. What is nutrient-holding capacity of soil?
3. What is leaching?
4. What is salinization and what causes it?
5. Describe the two types of aquaculture.
Population Test Study Guide
1. What is recruitment?
2. Describe the program to control population growth in China.
3. What is population equilibrium?
4. What will happen to a herbivore population if its enemy is removed?
5. What must be the same (equal) i
Honors Environmental Science Test 3 Review:
Chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8
1. Know definitions/examples of the following:
(B) Native species
(C) Alien species
(D) Indicator species
(E) Background extinction
(F) Mass extinction
(G) Mass depletion
Honors Environmental Science Test 2 Review
1. Define and/or give examples of the following:
Identify the time period described below.
1. Increasingly rapid access to much more information on a global scale
2. led to rapid expansion in the production, trade and distribution of material goods
3. Growing number of citizens organized to demand that
o Mercury: Potent neurotoxin that can harm the brain and spinal cord
Exposure through inhaling vaporized elemental mercury or particulates of
inorganic mercury salts and eating fish contaminated with methyl mercury,
o Anthropogenic sources are coal burn