Question Answer A-100 ANSWER: It shows how rocks are formed by changing from one type to another. QUESTION: What is the Rock Cycle?
Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: Subduction QUESTION: What occurs when one tectonic plate is pushed beneath another plate?
Question Answer A-300 ANSWER: The 2 major methods of mining minerals. QUESTION: What are strip or open pit and underground mining?
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: The horizontal layers in soil and a cross-sectional view of these layers. QUESTION: What are soil horizons and a soil profile?
Question Answer A-500 ANSWER: Excluding leaf litter, A horizon, B horizon and C horizon QUESTION: What are the soil layers called (in order) that contain topsoil, subsoil and parent material?
Question Answer ANSWER: 4 categories of pesticides QUESTION: What are insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and rodenticides? B-100
Question Answer B-200 ANSWER: The popular term for modern high input agriculture, including scientifically selected/bred crops. QUESTION: What is the Green Revolution?
Question Answer B-300 ANSWER: The root causes of hunger and malnutrition. QUESTION: What are poverty and inequality (or poor distribution)?
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: A pest control system that uses pesticides along with cultural and biological strategies. QUESTION: What is IPM (integrated pest management)?
Question Answer B-500 ANSWER: 4 environmental impacts of agriculture. QUESTION: What are loss of habitat, soil degradation, air pollution, and water pollution (others acceptable)?
Question Answer C-100 ANSWER: 2 major methods of solid waste disposal. QUESTION: What are burning (incineration) and burying (landfills) or releasing into the environment (dumping into water)?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: Abandoned waste sites that are cleaned up and used for parks, parking lots or other urban uses. QUESTION: What are brownfields?
Question Answer C-300 ANSWER: 4 methods of reducing solid waste. QUESTION: What are recycling, reusing, using less and repackaging (others acceptable)?
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER: The 4 types of hazardous wastes. QUESTION: What are toxic, ignitable, corrosive and reactive?
Question Answer C-500 ANSWER: It is a metal and a neurotoxin that is ingested most often by children. QUESTION: What is lead?
Question Answer D-100 ANSWER: Prescribed burning QUESTION: What is the term for the setting of controlled fires to prevent buildup of flammable materials?
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: The most restrictive designation for public land; no road, buildings, vehicles, or anything that takes the area away from its natural state is permitted. QUESTION: What is a wilderness area?
Question Answer D-300 ANSWER: Unless people or property (like homes) are threatened, fires are allowed to burn until they naturally die out. QUESTION: What is the current U.S. Forest Service policy toward fighting forest fires?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: A sustainable forest management program that ensures an uneven-aged stand and encourages growth of younger trees. QUESTION: What is selective cutting?
Question Answer D-500 ANSWER: It is the largest wildlife refuge in the U.S., but may also have large oil beneath its surface, which creates a controversy between oil companies and environmentalists over the area. QUESTION: What is the ANWR?
Question Answer E-100 ANSWER: The 2 major concerns about nuclear energy. QUESTION: What are safety and cost?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: The 6 types of renewable energy sources. QUESTION: What are solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, flowing water and hydrogen?
Question Answer E-300 ANSWER: A large underground nuclear waste storage facility under construction in Nevada QUESTION: What is Yucca Mountain?
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: A large oil cartel made mostly of middle eastern countries that determine the supply and price of the majority of the worlds crude oil. QUESTION: What is OPEC?
Question Answer E-500 ANSWER: The 4 categories of coal, from softest to hardest. QUESTION: What are peat, lignite, bituminous and anthracite?
Question Answer FINAL JEOPARDY ANSWER: The location of the worst industrial disaster in history, occurring in 1984, caused by the accidental release of pesticide gas. QUESTION: What is Bhopal, India?