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Michael Morales Test

Chapter 1 Science Test

Pollution can be due to human or natural causes. Two natural causes of air pollution are ___________ and __________. Two human causes of air pollution are _________ and ___________. smoke and wind ( natural causes) driving cars and fossil fuels ( human causes)
Any unwanted or harmful material found in the environment is called _________. pollution
The blanket of air surrounding Earth is called _____________. atmosphere
The atmosphere blocks some of the harmful ultraviolet rays from the ________. sun
The three types of natural resources are 1.______________ 2. ___________ 3.____________ 1. renewable resources 2. nonrenewable resources 3. inexhaustible resources
Any material found on Earth that is used by people is a ____________. resource
Earth's surface is mostly covered by __________. water
Animals need to breathe the gas __________ from the air. They breathe out ___________. Animals breathe the gas oxygen. They breathe out carbon dioxide.
Plants use the gas _________ to make food. They give off the gas ______________. Plants use the gas carbon to make food. They give off the gas oxygen.
A resource that can be replaced within a person's lifetime is called a ___________ resource. Trees and air are examples of this type of resource. renewable
A resource that does not decrease or become used up, as people use it, is called an _____________ resource. Wind and the sun are examples of this type of resource. inexaustible
A ______________ resource cannot be replaced within a person's lifetime. The supplies of them decrease as they are used. Gold and oil are examples of this type of resource. nonrenewable
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