NOUN TMA Questions & Solutions: ESM106 - Environmental Resource Msnagement

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NOUN TMA Questions & Solutions: ESM106 - Environmental Resource Msnagement

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1 The _________ of soil is a very important factor that determines the uality of a particular soil

texture

2 ________ is a social organisation which has livestock rearing as its primary economic base

Pastoralism

3 Increasing pressure of population on the land in many parts of the tropics has resulted in a shortening of ______ periods

fallow

4 Practically everywhere in the country, Nigerians share land as a common denominator wherein lie most of their hopes most of their _________

Problems

5 It is estimated that about _________ of Nigeria's land surface has been ravaged by gully erosion

0.005

6 ____________ has led to highly impoverished soils, poor food crop yields

deforestation

7 __________ farming is another sedentary pastoralism that bear a relationship with soil resources management

ley

8 ________ pollution is a build up of toxic chemical compounds, salts, pathogens or radioactive materials can affect plants and animals life

soil

9 A most significant of polyculture relates to soil ______ and soil fertility.

wash

10 cropping is essentially an agro forestry system in which food crops are grown in alley formed by hedgerows of trees or shrubs. ___________

alley

11 The best demonstration of soil's value as a resource is to monitor what happens when it
_______________

degrades

12 __________ has led to many construction works, which have turned many urban and suburban area into commercial jungles

urbanisation

13 __________ deposits as a result of improper irrigation can cause crop failure

salt

14 ________ or other organic fertilizers can be added to neutralise soil acidity and alkalinity and thereby maintaining soil fertility

Manure

15 The acidity or alkalinity of a soil (measured in PH ranges) determines the type of ______ it can support

crops

16 The relative amounts of different sizes and types of particles determine soil _________

Texture

17 Each soil type has its climatic factors, restricting crop-growing ________ (FAO, 1978)

seasons

18 The five important soil orders are molliosols, alfisols, spodosols, oxisols and ______

aridisols,

19 The outermost layer of the earth's crust is extremely _________ when compared with the rest of the crust

thin

20 Soil is basic to ________.

life





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21 Hunting in Nigeria used to be for _________ and a common habit.

subsistence

22 Certain wildlife species are found to be on the ________ of extinction

verge

23 game reserves are common to all but one of these states in nigeria except _______

imo

24 Some domesticated animals, which have reverted to the ________ also constitute nuisance

wood

25 Some _______ (e.g. tsetse flies and termites cause severe economic losses to people.

wildlife

26 ___________ reserves or game reserves can be designated for many purposes

Natural

27 When a __________ is in danger of extinction, it may be necessary to transfer a breeding stock to an animals ot botanic garden for plants

species

28 Millions of birds' species are exported out of Nigeria _________

yearly

29 The continued use of chemical as the _________ method of controlling wildlife pest is undersirable

major

30 Our research scientists utilize wild animals in their _______________ .

experiments

31 _______ are one of the class of animals, which include men and monkeys

primates

32 Wildlife based tourism, a thriving industry brings in some foreign _______ into the country.

exchange

33 _______ organise excursions to wildlife parks to enable students to see, at first hand some of the biological phenomena which cannot be demonstrated in conventional school laboratories

Schools

34 Most people feel that a world without melodious __________ or delicate butterflies would be a much duller place to live in

songbirds

35 Many living things are not only interesting, but also very beautiful and appeal to our sense of ___________

beauty

36 The rapid depletion of natural habitats in Nigeria is a very serious threat to our tropical rain forest ______ heritage

wildlife

37 ___________ is defind as the use of earth's resources in such a way that they will be able to support all life, including human li the future

conservation

38 wildlife supplies ______ percent of the annual consumption of animal protein in the rural area of the forest belt

20

39 another name for wildlife meat is commonly refered to as _______

bush meat

40 Severe soil erosion, flooding, and famine are often characteristic of areas where the natural ________ has been destroyed

Vegetation






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41 Environmental Management cannot be on the move without the process of ____________

planning

42 In Nigeria, many wild ________ species have become extinct as a result of changes in their natural habitats

animals

43 Humans have always killed animals for food for their -skins, and for animals product such as oil and

bone

44 The __________ have contributed tremeduosly in the construction of bore holes, water wells and other water reservoirs. These are very essential development.

ADP

45 _________ habitats may change for better or for worse, depending on how they are utilized by both people and wild animals

Wildlife

46 Animal which kills other animals for food as known as ________

predators

47 The Fedaeral Environmental Protection Agency (FEPA) was estabblished in __________.

1988

48 In its broadest sense, _________ encompasses all living organisms that occur in the wild.

wildlife

49 Every single _________ more than 2000 suare kilometers of land are eaten up by the spread of towns, roads, factories,mining and soil erosion

Day

50 There are countries today, whose past generation did not fail the existing generation, just because they employed appropriate environmental planning _______ and that also on time

principle

51 The title 'Fundamentals of Wildlife Management' is of which module in ESM 106 course material

module two

52 A ________ is an effective construction that regulates the flow of a river and storage of water which would otherwise escappe to the sea

Sea

53 Environmental Impact Assessment is a "planning process which saw its formal start in _______

1969

54 Planning principles cluster around ___________ dimensions:

three

55 The term `environmental planning' -may be globally referred to as the process of formilating, evaluating and implementing environmental ___________

Policy

56 _____ projects a desirable future event from present and past experiences

planning

57 construction involves people and their values.

Scenario

58 In planning, ______________ are more important than techniues.

people

59 _____________ cannot be removed from politics, because of resources.

planning

60 ____________ auditing is an instrument for executive information and control.

managerial





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61 A resource may be defined as a means in nature that is available for supplying living organism's

want

62 Planning is a process of uickening the pace of natural evolution by _______ action

political

63 Resources may be classified into ___________ categorires

three

64 ___________ as a process involves programming, auditing and information support systems

planning

65 Forestry programme and their associated environmental management strategies were grouped into _________ zones

three

66 The first school of thought says environmental management in Nigeria began as a novel
_______________

development

67 Planning theory recommends __________ complementary modes, which can be modified to environmental management

three

68 Environmental management in Nigeria historically, may be grouped under _______ phases

two

69 Dualists are of the view that the problems of environmental management in nigeria are basically buried in the ______ past

colonial

70 __________ is a technical instrument, a process and an end result.

planning

71 The advent of the use of fossil fuels gave societies many tools with which to affect their ___________

surroundings

72 The activity of hunting and gathering by their very nature change plants and animals _________

population

73 _________ supplies them with the raw materials needed to maintain their existence

A resource bank

74 Potentially renewable resources can be replenished by nature fairly __________

rapidly

75 ________ are at the root of the current environmental problems the world is passing thoroughly

Humans

76 Each human demands some inputs for survival, growth and _________

reproduction.

77 _________ anything we obtain from the earth's life support systems or environment made available by nature forsurvival needs

Resource

78 Renewable perpetual resources are humanly speaking ___________

inexhaustible

79 Environmental resource management is a key aspect in environmental ________

studies

80 The course ESM106 environmental resource management is written by ________________

Ahove, Michael Adetunji






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