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  1. THIS IS JEOPARDY

  2. HOLY HUMANS BATMAN CHA CHA CHA CHANGES NATURAL CAPITAL THE PYRAMIDS ALL IN THE FAMILY CALCULATION STATION 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  3. This is the term used to describe human’s current rate of growth. A 100

  4. The current global and U.S. populations respectively. A 200

  5. The environmental problem that most scientists agree is the most serious environmental problem and the reason why. A 300

  6. Demographers predict that human population growth will match this graph due to human populations reaching this rate of NIR by the end of the century. 1 2 3 A 400

  7. Thomas Malthus and Ester Boserup had conflicting ideas about human population growth & the implications for the environment & future generations. Explain the difference in viewpoints. A 500

  8. The equation used to determine NIR (Natural Increase Rate) B 100

  9. The equation used to calculate the time it takes for a given country’s population to double. B 200

  10. A human population has a birth rate of (10/1000 people) & death rate of (5/1000 people) Calculate the NIR for this population B 300

  11. A local human population has a birth rate of (10/1000) & a death rate of (5/1000), with an immigration rate of (1/1000) & and an emigration rate of (10/1000). Calculate the NIR for this population. B 400

  12. A human population has a birth rate of (40/1000 people) & a death rate of (10/1000 people) Calculate the NIR and doubling time for this population. B 500

  13. The demographic classification of Nigeria based upon this age structure diagram. C 100

  14. Identify these countries as having a stable population, a declining population, & an expanding population. 1 2 3 C 200

  15. The classification of this country, & a description of the TFR (Total Fertility Rate) C 300

  16. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  17. Compare the NIR, TFR, Life Expectancy, & GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of these two countries. 1 2 C 400

  18. Explain why the U.S. has a large bulge in the center of it’s age structure diagram. C 500

  19. This is the model that describes changes in MEDCs as they industrialized & urbanized. D 100

  20. This is what happens to population growth in most MEDCS after they have industrialized. D 200

  21. This is the term that applies to countries that are making the change from LEDC to MEDC. Identify two examples of these countries. D 300

  22. The correct sequence of demographic stages that reflect the position of various countries as they develop. D 400

  23. The change in Egypt’s TFR from 1960 to 2000 and the reasons for it. D 500

  24. This is the term used to describe strategies that help to reduce TFR through education (religion & media), abstinence, legislation & use of contraception. E 100

  25. Of the contraceptive devices that are used in trying to lower TFR, these are the most effective. E 200

  26. Describe the relationship between education and TFR (Total Fertility Rate.) E 300

  27. Describe the strategy that two of these countries used in attempting to control TFR. Be sure to indicate whether or not the strategy was effective at lowering the TFR AND whether or not the strategy was popular. China India Mexico Nigeria Egypt E 400

  28. Three reasons why people have large families. E 500

  29. This is the general term for the money that can be made if resources are used sustainably. F 100

  30. Natural Capital is used to describe these two measures of resources. F 200

  31. These are the three types of Natural Capital. Provide an example of each. F 300

  32. Explain what is meant by environmental sustainability using examples of sustainable and unsustainable situations. F 400

  33. Compare and contrast the exploitation of the Earth’s poles (The Arctic and Antarctic) in terms of natural capital & sustainability. F 500

  34. The Final Jeopardy Category is: The Tragedy of the Commons Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

  35. Describe the Tragedy of the Commons in relation to the goldfish lab: • Be sure to discuss the following: • Type of Natural Capital • Motivation for unsustainable use • Motivation for sustainable use

  36. Describe the Tragedy of the Commons in relation to the goldfish lab: ANSWERS WILL VARY

  37. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Template by C. Harr-MAIT Game By Saccone

  38. Exponential Growth A 100

  39. Current Global = 6.8 Billion Current U. S. = 308 Million A 200

  40. The environmental problem = human overpopulation. Reason = overpopulation exacerbates all other current environmental problems & has potential for creating new ones. A 300

  41. Demographers predict that human population growth will match graph 3 due to a global NIR rate of zero by the end of the century. 3 A 400

  42. NIR = cbr - cdr Natural Increase Rate = crude birth rate – crude death rate NIR = cbr - cdr _________ 10 B 100

  43. Doubling time = 70/NIR “The rule of 70” = 70/Natural Increase Rate B 200

  44. Answers will vary based upon discussion. Malthus = human population will outpace human’s ability to produce sufficient food.  (check & balances) Boserup = human creativity/technology in agriculture will keep pace with population growth (necessity is the mother of invention) A 500

  45. A human population has a birth rate of (10/1000 people) & death rate of (5/1000 people) The NIR for this population NIR = cbr – cdr NIR = 10/1000 – 5/1000 NIR = 0.010 – 0.005 = 0.005 NIR = 0.005 x 100 = 0.5% NIR = 0.5% B 300

  46. A local human population has a birth rate of (10/1000) & a death rate of (5/1000), with an immigration rate of (1/1000) & and an emigration rate of (10/1000). Calculate the NIR for this population. NIR = (cbr – cdr) + ( i – e ) NIR = (10/1000 – 5/1000) + (1/1000 – 10/1000) NIR = (0.010 – 0.005) + (0.001 -0.010) NIR = 0.005 – 0.009 = -0.004 x 100 = NIR= -0.4% B 400

  47. Birth rate of (40/1000 people) Death rate of (10/1000 people) NIR = cbr – cdr NIR = 40/1000 – 10/1000 NIR = 0.04 – 0.01 = 0.03 NIR = 0.03 x 100 = 3% NIR = 3% Doubling time = 70/3 Doubling time = 23 years B 500

  48. Nigeria = LEDC Less Economically Developed Country C 100

  49. 2 3 1 C 200