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Unit #4 Quiz #1. Grade:. «grade». Aquatic Science . Subject:. «date». Date:. 1. Swamps, bogs, lakes, and ponds are considered:. A. Lentic. B. Lotic. C. Wetlands. D. Estuaries. 2. Which of the following is NOT a factor that defines different aquatic life zones:. A.

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Unit 4 quiz 1

Unit #4 Quiz #1

Grade:

«grade»

Aquatic Science

Subject:

«date»

Date:


Unit 4 quiz 1

1

Swamps, bogs, lakes, and ponds are considered:

A

Lentic

B

Lotic

C

Wetlands

D

Estuaries


Unit 4 quiz 1

2

Which of the following is NOT a factor that defines

different aquatic life zones:

A

Oceanic currents

B

Heat & sunlight

C

Dissolved CO2 and O2

D

Nutrients


Unit 4 quiz 1

3

You would be able to find a large quantity of

phytoplankton in a(n)

A

Eutrophic Lake

B

Oligotrophic Lake

C

2nd Order Stream

D

Headwaters


Unit 4 quiz 1

4

A quadrant study is:

A

a study that follows an organism's migration pattern

B

a study of a large area such as an entire ecosystem

C

a study tracking changes in a small section of the environment

D

a study that follows an organism's reproductive patterns


Unit 4 quiz 1

5

The greenhouse effect involves:

A

energy from the sun being trapped within the

atmosphere & warming an area

B

energy from the sun being trapped within the

atmosphere & cooling the area

C

energy from the sun causing carbon dioxide to turn into a solid

D

energy from the sun converting halides into noble gases


Unit 4 quiz 1

6

The __________ is connected to a rise in

atmospheric CO2 & corresponding temperatures.

A

Agricultural Revolution

B

Industrial Revolution

C

Manhattan Project

D

Technology Boom


Unit 4 quiz 1

7

The number of organisms of one species that live in a specific area defines:

A

a community

B

an ecosystem

C

a population

D

a biome


Unit 4 quiz 1

8

Lakes undergo turn over throughout the changing

seasons because:

A

The gravitational pull from the moon is greater in the winter within the Northern Hemisphere

B

The epilimnion takes up all of a deep lake such as one of the Great Lakes

C

The hypolimnion is at a higher density than the epilimnion

D

The lakes are not affected by tides or currents so the daily temperature associated with depth stays constant


Unit 4 quiz 1

9

Which of the following is NOT a resource that affects population size/growth:

A

the length of gestation of an organism

B

the amount of sunlight

C

competition for food/shelter

D

the amount of food & water


Unit 4 quiz 1

10

Which of the following is UNTRUE about a

predator/prey relationship:

A

as prey increases, predators will increase

B

as predators increase, prey decreases

C

as predators increase, prey increases

D

as prey decreases, predators will decrease


Unit 4 quiz 1

11

The destruction of the ozone layer is caused by

A

carbon dioxide

B

methane gas

C

CFCs

D

UV radiation


Unit 4 quiz 1

12

Which chemical is predominantly responsible for

acid rain:

A

sulfur dioxide

B

carbon dioxide

C

chlorine dioxide

D

methane gas


Unit 4 quiz 1

13

Which of the following is a reason why the

depletion of the ozone layer can harm an individual:

A

an increased amount of UV light can make it to

the surface of the earth

B

a decreased amount of UV light can make

it to the surface of the earth

C

an increased amount of CO2 is released into the air

D

a decreased amount of CO2 is released into the air


Unit 4 quiz 1

14

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of

an invasive species:

A

rapid growth

B

successful exploitation of a single food source

C

high rates of reproduction

D

a high tolerance for a wide range of environmental conditions


Unit 4 quiz 1

15

Which of the following is a logical progression

of energy flow:

A

Zooplankton --> phytoplankton --> nekton

B

Phytoplankton --> zooplankton --> nekton

C

Nekton --> zooplankton --> phytoplankton

D

Benthic --> zooplankton --> phytoplankton


Unit 4 quiz 1

16

Which of the following organisms would be best fit to survive within an intertidal zone:

A

An organism that can grow rapidly & defend itself well when exposed to consistent amount of dissolved oxygen

B

An organism that can withstand drastic changes in temperature, pH, and pressure

C

An organism that has a shell to prevent dehydration & limbs strong enough to move itself without the buoyant force of water

D

An organism that has so few cell layers that it only needs to buoyant force of water to stay suspended within the water column


Unit 4 quiz 1

17

Detrivores get their energy from:

A

Using photosynthesis to create glucose

B

Consuming living organisms to create ATP

C

Using chemical, such as heavy metals, to create energy

D

Consuming dead tissue to create ATP


Unit 4 quiz 1

18

Which of the following would be true when

considering a population without any limiting factors:

A

Birth Rate = Death Rate

B

The population growth chart would exponentially increase

C

The population growth chart would increase with a steady slope

D

Birth Rate < Death Rate


Unit 4 quiz 1

19

Which of the following is FALSE when considering

global freshwater:

A

It covers around 1% of the planet’s surface

B

It contains more biodiverse species than can be found in saltwater

C

The concentration of dissolved salts within freshwater is less than 1%

D

Glaciers, rivers, wells, and aquifers are all examples of freshwater


Unit 4 quiz 1

20

Streams, rivers, and creeks are all considered

A

Lentic

B

Lotic

C

Wetland

D

Groundwater


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