ESM106




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ESM106

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1.

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

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2.

Potentially renewable
resources can be
replenished by nature fairly
__________

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3.

Renewable perpetual
resources are humanly
speaking ___________

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4.

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

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5.

Environmental resource
management is a key
Aspect in environmental
________

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6.

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

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7.

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

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8.

_______ 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

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9.

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

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10.

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

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11.

Each human demands
some inputs for survival
growth and ________

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12.

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

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13.

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

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14.

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

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15.

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

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16.

another name for wildlife
meat is commonly refered
to as ______

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17.

Environmental
management in Nigeria
historically may be grouped
under _______ phases

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18.

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

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19.

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

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20.

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

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21.

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

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22.

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

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23.

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

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24.

Planning principles cluster
around ___________
dimensions

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25.

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

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26.

In its broadest
sense_________
encompasses all living
organisms that occur in the
wild

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27.

__________ is a technical
instrument a process and
an end result

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28.

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

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29.

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

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30.

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

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31.

The Fedaeral
Environmental Protection
Agency was estabblished in
__________

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32.

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

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33.

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

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34.

_____ projects a desirable
future event from present
and past experiences

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35.

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

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36.

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

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37.

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

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38.

___________ 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

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39.

Our research scientists
utilize wild animals in their
_______________

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40.

Some _______ tsetse flies
and termites cause severe
economic losses to people

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41.

___________ reserves or
game reserves can be
designated for many
purposes

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42.

Humans have always killed
animals for food for their
skins and for animals
product such as oil and
________

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43.

____________ auditing is
an instrument for executive
information and control

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44.

Millions of birds'species are
exported out of Nigeria
_________

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45.

________ anything we
obtain from the earth life
support systems or
environment made
available by nature
forsurvival needs

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46.

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

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47.

_____________ cannot be
removed from politics
because of resources

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48.

Construction involves
people and their values
______________

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49.

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

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50.

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

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51.

The course ESM106
environmental resource
management is written by
________________

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52.

A resource may be defined
as a means in nature that is
available for supplying
living organisms ________

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53.

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

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54.

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

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55.

In planning
______________ are more
important than techniques

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56.

Every single _________
more than 2000 square
kilometers of land are eaten
up by the spread of towns
roads factoriesmining and
soil erosion

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57.

Animal which kills other
animals for food as known
as ________

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58.

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

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59.

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

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60.

Resources may be
classified into ___________
categorires

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