Fog is a cloud that has a. a small vertical extent. b. no ability to produce rain. c. particles made of ice crystals. d. its base at or near the ground.
A volcano that may erupt again at some time in the distant future is a. active. b. dormant. c. explosive. d. extinct.
In what way is reforestation a positive initiative? A. It saves a portion of land from urban sprawl. B. It replants trees on lands destroyed by farming, manufacturing, logging, and city growth. C. It promotes increased public transportation use and limits carbon emissions. D. It improves the city by planning for disasters
Which of the following statements about secondary succession is true? a. Secondary succession occurs in ecosystems that have no vegetation. b. Secondary succession affects ecosystems that are already established. c. Ecosystems require pioneer species to undergo secondary succession. d. Secondary succession can occur in areas without soil.
Moldova is a small, landlocked nation that _____. borders the Baltic Sea uses Romanian in its schools has close ties to Russia is the “breadbasket” of Eastern Europe
The place where two plates come together is known as a a. transform boundary. b. divergent boundary. c. convergent boundary. d. rift valley.
Which process forms ridges and valleys? A.) folding, uplift, and erosion B.) volcanoes C.) exposed batholiths D.) oceanic-oceanic covergence
Which explanation justifies how the area of a sector of a circle is derived? A. The area of a sector can be found by using the formula for the area of circle multiplied by how many angles are in the circle. B. To derive the area of a sector, make a right triangle with the right angle located at the center of the circle. The angle of the triangle divided by the angles in a circle is 90360 . Multiply the fraction by the area of the circle and then subtract the radius squared. C. To find the area of a sector, divide the angle by the total amount of degrees in a triangle then multiply it by the area of the circle. D. The area of a sector is part of an area of the entire circle. Determine the fraction of the circle that the sector represents and multiply it by the area of the circle.
Which of the following soil types is richest in organic material? A. red soil B. yellow soil C. dark-colored soil D. blue soil
Which are often considered part of Oceania? Check all that apply. A.Indonesia B.New Zealand C.South Africa D.Korea
Which of the following statements about monsoons are correct? Check all that apply. A. Monsoon climate is good for rice farming. B. Heavy monsoons are a boom to local economies. C. Weak monsoon seasons lower agricultural output. D. Monsoons can cause devastating landslides and floods.
Which of the following items was used as a meat tenderizer and also eaten? Question 14 options: Cacao beans Pineapple Papaya Guava
Which is the most accurate description of rapid urbanization in Mexico and Brazil? A. Shantytowns and squatter neighborhoods have sprung up, housing millions of people and often lacking water, electricity, and proper sanitation. B. Disparity in wealth has significantly lessened. C. The informal sector of the economy has remained stagnant. D. Urbanization has brought proper healthcare to all who come.
How do economists use data? Check all that apply. to follow and predict unemployment rates to communicate with customers instantly to ship goods to countries all over the world to explain trends in production and shipping to apply automation to reduce production costs
Why has groundwater use increased? a. the total amount of freshwater has decreased b. more of the available freshwater is stored in glaciers and icecaps c. governments have banned the use offreshwater in rivers and springs d. the demand for freshwater has increased due to population growth
Which processes carve shoreline features? A. erosion and abrasion B. deposition and sedimentation C. transportation and condensation D. abrasion and evaporation
Which is a false statement about the use of longitude and latitude lines on maps? they are used to locate things on a map they are used to show the depth of the oceans. they can be used to show direction instead of a compass. they can be used to identify the equator and prime meridian.
The rugged landscape of Scotland was created by _____. A.volcanic activity and earthquakes B.the effects of weather and erosion C.the movement of glaciers D.shifts by tectonic plates
Sea and land breezes over a large region that change direction with the season are called a. savannas. b. prevailing westerlies. c. monsoons. d. doldrum winds.
1. Sustainability is defined as __________. (1 point) the method of using a resource to ensure its long-term availability ensuring that natural resources are productive and supported the greatest amount of deforestation allowed by law 2. Which of the following is an example of conservation? (1 point) recycling using solar power logging A and B 3. The Endangered Species Act does which of the following? (1 point) pays farmers in Costa Rica for protecting natural resources protects threatened and endangered animal populations by law encourages communities to recycle their waste materials