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    1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Shared property and open-access renewable resources are degraded from overuse is an example of

    answer choices

    Tragedy of the Shared Stuff

    Tragedy of the Commons

    Tragedy of Overuse Tragedy of Farming 2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Cutting down individual mature trees and allowed younger trees to grow and mature is an example of?

    answer choices Clear cutting Strip Cutting Selective Cutting Contour Cutting 3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Turning over the soil before plowing is called?

    answer choices Strip cropping Intercropping Tilling Slash and Burn 4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Commercially produced nutrients that can cause eutrophication of nearby streams.

    answer choices Organic fertilizer Manure Tea

    Synthetic Fertilizer

    GMO Fertilizer 5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Which of the following best describes an environmental advantage of urbanization?

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    Individuals living in cities have more varied employment opportunities than individuals living in rural areas

    Individuals living in cities have greater access to health care than individuals living in rural areas.

    Individuals living in cities usually have greater access to fresh, local agricultural products than individuals living in rural areas.

    Individuals living in cities usually have a lower transportation carbon footprint than individuals living in rural areas.

    6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Excessive pumping of groundwater in coastal areas can lead to?

    answer choices Waterlogging Desertification

    Saltwater Intrustion

    Increase in the water table

    7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Soil erosion can be mitigated by

    answer choices Contour plowing Windbreaks Cover cropping All of these 8. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    The combustion of one gallon of automobile fuel produces about 8 pounds of carbon (in CO2). Two autos are making a trip of 600 miles. The first auto gets 25 miles per gallon, and the second gets 33 miles per gallon. Approximately how much less carbon (in CO2) will be produced by the second auto on this trip?

    answer choices ~20 ~35 ~40 ~50 9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Providing a tax break for companies using sustainable farming would be an example of what kind of benefit?

    answer choices Economic Environmental 10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Urban development would lead to an increase in?

    answer choices Transpiration Runnoff Recharge Evaporation 11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    The use of prevention and intervention including using predators, chemicals and sustainable habits is called?

    answer choices No till farming Contour plowing

    Integrated Pest Management

    Commercial Farming 12. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    Using rows of trees or hedges to prevent erosion is called

    answer choices No till agriculture contour plowing windbreaks intercropping 13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    This type of environment is more likely to have increased infiltration during a rain event

    answer choices a wooded area a city

    an agricultural field

    a suburb

    14. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    Aquaculture is the practice of cultivating and raising _____

    15. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    intentional small, contained surfaces fires created to remove flammable small trees and underbrush in the highest-risk forest areas are called (two words not plural)

    16. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    planted stands of a particular tree species

    answer choices Natural forest Semi natural forest Plantation forest

    17. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    Moving livestock to different areas to graze is called

    18. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    Planting different crops in your fields each season is an example of?

    19. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    A family of 3 recently replaced its 6-gallon-per-minute showerheads with water-saving 3-gallon-per-minute showerheads. Each member of the family averages 7 minutes in the shower per day. In a 30-day period, how many fewer gallons of water will the family use with the new showerheads?

    20. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

    True or False: An area with high evaporation, transpiration and recharge would be an area with porous surfaces like soil.

    answer choices True False

    21. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    Carving small, flat plots of land from hillsides to use for farming is called

    22. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute Q.

    Planting alternating rows of synergistic crops is called

    23. Fill-in-the-Blank

    1 minute

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    AIndividuals living in cities have more varied employment opportunities than individuals living in rural areas.BIndividuals living in cities have greater access to health care than individuals living in rural areas.CIndividuals living in cities usually have greater access to fresh, local agricultural products than individualsliving in rural areas.DIndividuals living in cities usually have a lower transportation carbon footprint than individuals living inrural areas.23.Which of the following solutions would help decrease flood frequencies and flood sizes that are caused byurbanization?

    AP Environmental ScienceTest BookletUnit-5-ReviewCopyright © 2020. The College Board. These materials are part of a College Board program. Use or distribution of these materials online or in print beyond yourschool’s participation in the program is prohibited.Page 12 of 20AUsing new, more permeable materials for roads and sidewalksBFilling nearby wetlands to reduce the amount of water in an areaCEncouraging construction of housing developments outward into nearby suburban and rural areasDInstalling new, more energy-efficient appliances in existing apartment buildings24.Which of the following describes an aspect of urbanization that would most increase the amount of carbondioxide released into the atmosphere compared to rural and suburban areas?AA greater amount of impermeable surfaces in urban areas that prevents organic material from entering soilsBReliance on mass transportation systems in urban areas, such as buses and trains rather than individual carsand trucks, which increases carbon dioxide releaseCDecreased square footage of living space, per person, in most housing units in urban areas that leads to anincreased carbon footprintDIncreased amounts of waste per unit area in urban areas that leads to higher rates of decay anddecompositionA person’s ecological footprint is the total amount of land required to offset a person’s carbon emissions. The tablebelow shows ecological footprint data for five different students. Each value is a measure of the number of hectaresper land required.Table 1. Ecological Footprints of Five Different Students (hectares)FoodCarbon EmissionsHousingGoods and ServicesTotalStudent 11.2321.57.7Student 22.531.81.89.5Student 32.32.821.78.8Student 42.431.91.99.2

    AP Environmental ScienceTest BookletUnit-5-ReviewCopyright © 2020. The College Board. These materials are part of a College Board program. Use or distribution of these materials online or in print beyond yourschool’s participation in the program is prohibited.Page 13 of 20Student 53.133.83.915.825.Which of the following is a limitation of using only the data in the table to complete an ecological footprintanalysis of the different students?

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