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1 — Human Impacts & Solutions Identify connections between human impacts on the environment and their sources. Big agriculture turns the land into fields by cutting down trees and running the anim... als out. Deforestation and habitat fragmentation can lead directly to __________.  a.) a decrease in agricultural production  b.) a decrease in the human population  c.) an increase in endangered species  d.) an increase in biodiversity 2 — Air Pollution Differentiate between the three sources of air pollution. Examples of stationary sources of outdoor air pollution are __________.  a.) cruise ships  b.) lightning  c.) landfills  d.) volcano eruptions 3 — Indoor Air Pollution Determine key aspects of indoor air quality issues. Which of the following is NOT a common indoor air pollutant?  a.) Nitrogen oxide  b.) Asbestos  c.) Radon  d.) Lead dust 4 — Impacts of Air Pollution Recognize the impacts of pollutants on human and environmental health. Respiratory and cardiovascular damage is most likely caused by ___________.  a.) particulate matter  b.) acid rain  c.) ozone layer depletion  d.) climate change 5 — Efforts to Address Air Pollution Determine the goals of governmental agencies and legislative acts aimed to improve air pollution. This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 12-23-2021 13:36:43 GMT -06:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/66135267/Sophia-Environmental-Science-Unit-4-Challenge-1docx/ Which governmental act or agency monitors air quality in the workplace?  a.) Clean Air Act  b.) Occupational Safety and Health Administration  c.) Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Act  d.) Environmental Protection Agency 6 — Energy Determine the key characteristics of renewable sources, non-renewable sources, and fossil fuels. Which of the following statements about fossil fuels is true?  a.) Nuclear energy is an example of a fossil fuel.  b.) Global demand for fossil fuels is decreasing.  c.) Fossil fuels can be replenished within a generation.  d.) Fossil fuels are non-renewable because they take millions of years to form. 7 — Non-Renewable Energy Recognize the impacts of non-renewable energy resources. Water and land pollution from spills are a [Show More]

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