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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The narrator believes that conservation is the state of harmony between the land and what?
2. When does the State Conservation Department begin to rebuild the river?
3. Why does the state start to get rid of wolves?
(a) To allow farmers to raise chickens.
(b) To optimize hunting.
(c) Because they cause so many problems.
(d) To permit hikers to use the mountains.
4. According to the narrator, how many different components of the recreational process are there?
5. Wildlife managers try to raise game in the wild by what means?
(a) Limiting the length of the hunting season.
(b) Limiting the types of guns that are used.
(c) Manipulating the environment.
(d) Limiting the amount of wildlife that are killed.
Short Answer Questions
1. The narrator says that professors serve what?
2. Who does the narrator think is the only one who listens to the wolf's howl objectively?
3. According to the narrator, the land ethic changes the role of humans from conquerors to what?
4. What steers the course of history, according to scientists?
5. According to the narrator, recreation becomes what kind of process?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the narrator find that the sand farms aren't as poor as people think?
2. How does peoples' ability to enjoy nature begin?
3. Why does the State Conservation Department buy back land along the Flambeau River?
4. According to the narrator, why do people not go to Escudillo?
5. Why does the State College want farmers to plant Chinese elms rather than cottonwoods?
6. What is the best way to manage national parks according to the narrator?
7. How does the narrator believe conservation is taught?
8. Where is the history of the area of White Mountain recorded?
9. According to the narrator, what is the numenon and what is its opposite?
10. Why does the narrator say that nobody knows all the terrain on top of the White Mountain?
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