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DOUBLE. Jeopardy. Hosted by Mr. Manskopf. Econ. Pop II. Resources. Science. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. Row 1, Col 1. B. Ecolabling. Energy Star,” “USDA Organic,”

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DOUBLE

Jeopardy

Hosted

by

Mr. Manskopf


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Econ

Pop II

Resources

Science

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Row 1, Col 1

B. Ecolabling

  • Energy Star,” “USDA Organic,”

  • and “Fair Trade Certified” are all examples of

  • A.ecosystems

  • ecolabelling

  • C. non-market values

  • D.market failure


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1,2

39 years

How long did it take to go from 3

to 6 billion?


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1,3

D. Oil

  • Which of the following

  • is not a renewable resource?

  • groundwater

  • b. trees in a forest

  • c. fertile soil

  • d. oil

  • e. crops


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d. peer-review journals

  • Results published in ____

  • are the most respected in

  • science as they have

  • passed through rigorous evaluation

  • newspapers

  • b. web sites

  • c. magazines

  • d. peer-review journals

  • e. all equal


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2,1

  • comparison between what is sacrificed

  • and gained by a specific action.

  • A cost-benefit analysis is a(n)

  • study of the factors that influence that influence decisions

  • of buyers and sellers.

  • B.economy in which the government decides what is made.

  • C.equilibrium between a product's supply and its demand.

  • comparison between what is sacrificed

  • and gained by a specific action.


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2,2

A. Asia

  • Currently, the fastest growing populations are in

  • Asia

  • b. Europe

  • c. North America

  • d. South America

  • e. Australia


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2,3

B. Pollution

  • Undesired changes in the air, water or soil

  • is known as

  • Habitat loss

  • Pollution

  • Climate change

  • Resource Usage


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2,4

b. observing and questioning

  • Which steps are usually near the beginning

  • of a scientific investigation?

  • predicting and modeling

  • b. observing and questioning

  • c. gathering and interpreting data

  • d. Drawing conclusions


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3,1

C.Harm to the environment can harm economies

  • Which statement about the relationship between

  • economics and the environment is true?

  • Internal and external environmental costs are

  • usually considered equally.

  • Long-term effects often receive more weight

  • than short-term effects.

  • C.Harm to the environment can harm economies.

  • None of these


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3,2

A

Which Age Structure Diagram (A,B,C,D)

represents most developing

(lesser developed) countries?


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3,3

B. Developed

  • Which countries tend to use the

  • most resources per person

  • (have the largest ecological footprint)?

  • Developing

  • Developed

  • None of these


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3,4

A. What percent of people prefer roses to tulips?

  • One example of a question that

  • can be addressed by science is:

  • What percent of people prefer roses to tulips?

  • b. What is the best flower to send for Valentine’s Day?

  • c. Which flower is a prettier rose or tulips?

  • d. Which flower smells more pleasant, tulip or rose?


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4,1

D. drop price and supply.

  • When demand for a product is low,

  • the producer will

  • raise price and drop supply.

  • B. raise price and supply.

  • drop price and raise supply.

  • D. drop price and supply.


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4,2

b. educated women may learn family-planning techniques

Educating women worldwide has lowered

birthrate partly because

a. educated women have many children to ensure some survive

b. educated women may learn family-planning techniques

c. educated women contribute less to their family income

d. all of these answers


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4,3

  • All three branches of government are

  • involved in environmental policy.

  • Which statement about environmental policy

  • in the United States is true?

  • All three branches of government are

  • involved in environmental policy.

  • The environmental policies have

  • always been successful.

  • All important environmental policies

  • are created at the federal level.

  • Environmental policy is based only

  • on scientific information..


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4,4

  • judicial branch

  • Which branch of the U.S. government is involved in interpreting

  • environmental laws and hearing lawsuits

  • regarding environmental issues?

  • state governors

  • judicial branch

  • C.legislative branch

  • D.executive branch


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5,1

C.United Nations

Headquartered in New York City,

the 190 member nations of the following organization work

together to promote peace and to help solve

economic, social, cultural, and humanitarian problems.

A.World Trade Organization

B.European Union

C.United Nations

D.Kyoto Protocol


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5,2

C

Which Age Structure Diagram (A,B,C,D)

shows countries where the population is

almost steady (not growing or shrinking)?


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5,3

E. Renewable

  • A resource that theoretically

  • can last forever are called

  • nonrenewable

  • b. renewable

  • c. degradable

  • d. natural

  • e. none of these


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5,4

C. Biodiversity

  • The number of species living in a given

  • area is known as

  • Biomagnification

  • Bioluminescence

  • Biodiversity

  • Habitat

  • Habitat Loss


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Free Response Questions1) Explain in detail, using examples and terms learned in class, how human impact on the environment has changed over the course of history.2) Agree or Disagree. Make an argument either supporting or contradicting the following statement: “The main cause of environmental problems today are because of human population growth.”


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3) Explain how Earth is like “Spaceship Earth” or “Earth Island” What does that tell us about our need to conserve resources?4) Explain how U.S. environmental policies have changed over the last 200 years.5) Which type of approach to environmental policy do you think is most effective? Why?6) Describe human population problems faced by different countries. Use examples and details. 7) What do you think the role of scientists should be in making environmental policies?


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