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Concept 2 Quiz

Summarize some of the relationships between people and the natural environment.

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Between the years 1930 and 1975 the population of Earth


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Question 2.
__________ refers to everything that surrounds and influences an organism.


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Question 3.
The average annual per capita consumption of metallic and nonmetallic mineral resources for the United States is nearly 11 tons.


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Question 4.
The global rate of mineral and energy resource usage has climbed less rapidly than the overall growth of population.


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Question 5.
Which of the following natural processes can represent a hazard?


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Question 6.
Natural resources include


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Question 7.
Which of the following is not directly part of the physical environment?


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Question 8.
Which of the following is not considered a renewable resource?


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Question 9.
Artificial changes as a result of human activities always produce beneficial effects.


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Question 10.
An understanding of Earth is essential for


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