SCIN 140 Final Examination

SCIN 140 Final Examination

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SCIN 140 Final Examination

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Final Exam Chapter 1-18

Part 1 of 1 –

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Question 1 of 50

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Which of the following is the best definition of a biome?


A.A distinct aquatic ecosystem, surrounded by wetlands and terrestrial upland.

B.A large distinct terrestrial region similar climate, soil, organisms, regardless of its global location.

C.One of several types of forests occurring across the globe.

D.A natural association that consists of all the populations of different species that live and interact together within an area at the same time.


Question 2 of 50

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Which set of three parameters has the MOST effect on biome distributions?


A.latitude, longitude, precipitation

B.precipitation, longitude, temperature

C.temperature, latitude, climate

D.latitude, precipitation, temperature


Question 3 of 50

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Which zone of the lake is indicated by the letter “A” in the diagram shown?







Question 4 of 50

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Which of the following BEST defines ecosystem services?


A.Important environmental benefits provided by ecosystems

B.Environmental services that humans invest in conserving ecosystems

C.Environmental activities that are unique to each ecosystem or biome

D.Economic use of ecosystems as sinks


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