Temperature, light, air, water, soil, and climate are all __________ parts of the environment.
Choose the phrase that correctly finishes this statement: "A species is..."
|A)||a specific part of the abiotic environment|
|B)||a way of describing all the living parts of an ecosystem|
|C)||a group of organisms that can successfully mate with each other and reproduce|
|D)||part of the natural decomposing materials in soil|
Which of the following are necessary for the survival of living things?
|A)||air, water, food, and a suitable place to live|
|B)||air, water and companions|
|C)||temperature, light, air, water, soil, and climate|
|D)||oxygen, carbon dioxide, soil, and energy|
You are a wildlife biologist. Your job is to
|A)||help murres find new migration patterns|
|B)||band all the birds in British Columbia|
|C)||observe animals carefully and ask questions about what you observe|
|D)||remove animals and birds from their natural environments in order to develop better studies|
Ecology is the study of the
|A)||abiotic parts of the environment, such as climate, air, and soil|
|B)||biotic parts of the environment, such as animals and plants|
|C)||interactions between organisms|
|D)||interactions between organisms as well as the interactions between organisms and their environment|
What is an ecosystem?
|A)||All the interacting organisms that live in an environment and the abiotic parts of the environment that affect the organisms|
|B)||A person who observes and studies the interactions between the biotic and abiotic parts of the environment|
|C)||The relationship among the biotic parts of the environment|
|D)||The relationship between all the abiotic elements of a pond|
Large regions that have about the same temperature and amount of rain or snow are known as
The four major biomes of Canada are
|A)||mountains, prairies, valleys, and watersheds|
|B)||frigid, temperate, mild, and hot|
|C)||swamps, rivers, lakes, and oceans|
|D)||tundra, grassland, boreal forest, and temperate forest|
British Columbia has 10 ecoprovinces, showing that British Columbia also has
|A)||a wide variety of organisms, many ecosystems, and a diverse geography and climate|
|B)||only 10 ecosystems, one in each of the ecoprovinces|
|C)||a limited number of species of living things because of its harsh geography and climate|
|D)||limited forms of climate, geography, landforms, and organisms|
Which of the following is not an ecoprovince in British Columbia?