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Final Exam (TPC 111)

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  • Q1

    Coral reefs are major tourist attractions because they provide the basis for water-based recreation, such as diving, snorkeling, fishing, and glass bottom-boat touring.

    true
    false
    True or False
    30s
  • Q2

    They include various ecosystems, namely beech forests, mangrove forests, estuaries bays, coral reefs, seagrass beds, and open and deep seas.

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    Type an Answer
    120s
  • Q3

    These are places set aside for native biota to survive and flourish amidst human growth and encroachment.

    Protected Areas

    Marine Protected Areas

    Mangrove Forests

    Coral Reefs

    45s
  • Q4

    “Areas of land and/or sea especially dedicated to the maintenance of biological diversity, and of natural and associated cultural resources, and managed through legal or other effective means".

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    Type an Answer
    120s
  • Q5

    Protected areas may only be owned or administered by governments.

    false
    true
    True or False
    30s
  • Q6

    Which government agency administers the management of protected areas in the Philippines?

    Department of Tourism

    Department of Environment and Natural Resources

    National Integrated Protected Areas System

    Department of Agriculture

    45s
  • Q7

    Identify whether the activities listed below belong to consumptive or non-consumptive use of wildlife for recreation.

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    Sorting
    120s
  • Q8

    In this setting of wildlife tourism, risks to the safety of tourists are high.

    Natural Setting

    Semi-captive Setting

    Captive Setting

    45s
  • Q9

    In this setting of wildlife tourism, animal welfare/rights issues are high.

    Captive Setting

    Natural Setting

    Semi-captive Setting

    45s
  • Q10

    In this setting of wildlife tourism, the types of tourists are usually small and special interest groups may require specialist service and may be willing to pay more for the experience. 

    Semi-captive Setting

    Natural Setting

    Captive Setting

    45s
  • Q11

    In this setting of wildlife tourism, the types of tourists are usually mass tourists and general interest groups.

    Semi-captive Setting

    Natural Setting

    Captive Setting

    45s
  • Q12

    In this setting of wildlife tourism, the types of tourists are usually small and special interest groups may require specialist service and may be willing to pay more for a more wildlife encounter

    Captive Setting

    Semi-captive Setting

    Natural Setting

    45s
  • Q13

    This refers to the type of wildlife tourism that uses wildlife for recreation involves the capture or killing of animals.

    Non-consumptive

    Consumptive

    Semi-consumptive

    45s
  • Q14

    This refers to the type of wildlife tourism in which recreational activities are undertaken with no deliberate intent to kill or interfere with wildlife.

    Semi-consumptive

    Non-consumptive

    Consumptive

    45s
  • Q15

    A direct impact on wildlife that results in disruption to courtship, nesting, nursing, brooding, and reduced reproductive rate.

    Breeding pattern

    Natural predation and competition

    Survivorship

    45s

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