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Quiz by Richard Campbell

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  • Q1
    Area with a distinct climate and characteristic community / distinctive flora and fauna
  • Q2
    Interaction between organisms and their environment
  • Q3
    defined as environments with moderate rainfall spread across the year or portion of the year with sporadic drought, mild to warm summers and cool to cold winters
  • Q4
    characterized by monthly average temperatures of 18 ℃ or higher year-round and feature hot temperatures. ... There are normally only two seasons in tropical climates, a wet season and a dry season. The annual temperature range in tropical climates is normally very small. Sunlight is intense.
  • Q5
    They are hot and wet all year round - this creates a humid climate. The annual rainfall is high as it rains almost every day. The temperatures are constant all year round - the temperature range is usually only a few degrees.
  • Q6
    large land-mass, ice and snow, low precipitation, high altitude, abundant marine life and nutrients, large seasonal variation of ice cover, extreme seasonal changes, 24hr darkness in winter, few terrestrial organisms
    Antarctic habitat features
  • Q7
    control of natural cycles (water storage and albedo, carbon sequestration), biological resources of fish and krill, mineral resources but illegal to exploit, scientific research (stable climate with little cloud, little interference from pollution of EM waves)
    Antarctic importance
  • Q8
    global climate change, reduction in sea-ice reducing species numbers, ozone depletion affects planktonic organisms, tourism and scientific research, overfishing, potential future mineral exploration.
    Antarctic threats
  • Q9
    Treaty in 1959, conservation by regulation of fishing, control of tourism and pollution / waste management, no military activity or resource exploration.
    Antarctic conservation
  • Q10
    Stable over a long time, high biodiversity adapted to biotic and abiotic features, high rates of photosynthesis, constant warm temps, species evolved to high levels of competition, no distinct seasons.
    Tropical rainforest habitat features
  • Q11
    timber, fibres, oils, food, medicines, soil maintenance results in shallow soils
    Tropical rainforest importance
  • Q12
    forest clearance destroys soil, clearance for subsistence or commercial agriculture, mineral extraction, reservoirs. Climate change temp changes directly affect some species. Tourism damages ecosystems.
    Tropical rainforest threats
  • Q13
    protection of land, eg: Brazil, Cameroon, Belize, funded by charities and donations from companies.
    Tropical rainforest conservation
  • Q14
    no major temperature extreme, water all year, deep soil, tree canopy till autumn, lack of food in winter
    Temperate broadleaf woodland habitat features
  • Q15
    high biodiversity and ecological stability, wood as a resource, recreation, important to water cycle and carbon sequestration
    Temperate broadleaf woodland importance

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