Environmental Science Worksheet-11

Environmental Science Worksheet-11

 

  1. Select the best definition of an ecosystem.

A. An ecosystem consists of man made and nonliving things.

B. An ecosystem consists of living and nonliving things.

C. An ecosystem consists of planets and rocks.

D. An ecosystem is a digital world.

 

  1. What is the angle at which the Earth is tilted?

A. 90º                 B. 23.5º             C. 0º                   D. 45.5º

 

  1. Largest amount of earth's fresh water are stored in _____.

A. Glaciers         B. Oceans          C. Rivers            D. Lakes

 

  1. Which of the following is not a function of seismograph?

A. Detects the energy of earthquake vibrations

B. Measures the energy of earthquake vibrations

C. Alter the energy of earthquake vibrations

D. Records the energy of earthquake vibrations

 

  1. Which of the following converts sunlight into electrical energy?

A. Solar cells     B. Solar mills    C. Coal burning         D. Fuel cells

 

  1. Where on the earth can you find rocks?

A. In earth's atmosphere

B. In the core of the earth

C. On earth's outer layer

D. On earth's inner layer

 

  1. Which of the following statement is true?

A. Cold water is heavier than warm water

B. Cold water is lighter than warm water

C. Warm water is heavier than cold water

D. None of the above

 

  1. What is the source of energy that causes the evaporation?

A. The ocean                                 B. The ocean waves

C. The Sun                                     D. The wind

 

  1. When will you find more humidity in the air?

A. On a rainy day                         B. On a sunny day

C. On a cold day                           D. On a dark day

 

  1. What information is usually shown in daily forecast?

A. High and low temperature and probability of rain or snow

B. High and low air pressure and probability of rain or snow

C. High and low air pressure and probability of frost

D. High and low temperature only

 

Answer Key:

1.-(b); 2.-(c); 3.-(c); 4.-(c); 5.-(b); 6.-(b); 7.-(c); 8.-(c); 9.-(c); 10.-(b)