anonymous
  • anonymous
The national government wants to increase the number of national parks and recreation areas. How will this act help with the sustainability of our environment?
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
POSSIBLE ANSWERS: A) It will increase the carrying capacities of all animal species B) It will cause a biological surplus of all plant species C) It will decrease land use for waste management D) It will preserve biodiversity for future generations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A is true because the animals will have more space and resources thus there populations carring capacity will increase B is a possible answer as plants may thrive but eventually reach a peak and decline a little. C ? D Is possible
anonymous
  • anonymous
C is the correct answer.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Realy?
blues
  • blues
As noted by LLA, the question is ambiguous. While making new national parks will increase the carrying capacity for populations in those areas, I don't think it will have much overall effect on carrying capacity for the species as a whole. Unless it is a crazily huge park or all the most of the members of the species are concentrated in it. Because it doesn't specify the populations subject to increase, this is a likely answer. Plants will initially thrive, but they are more likely to reach equilibrium (i.e., the population growth becomes zero) as the species which eat them also increase. I don't think it will have much effect on overall land used for waste management. I think D is the most likely answer. National parks' main role is in preservation - not population maintainence - and they certainly do preseve biodiversity.

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