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Q 1.i) Which one of the following started chipko movement 1

a.A.K.Banerjee b. Amrita devi bisnoi c.Sundar Lal Bahuguna d. Medha patkart.

ii. From the list given pick the item that is not a natural resource?

a.soil b. water c. air d. electricity

iii. The pH range most conductive for life of fresh water plants and animals is 1

  1. 6.5-7.5 b.2.0-3.5 c.3.5-5.0 d.9.0-10.5

Q.2 What are renewable resources? How are they different from non renewable resources 2

Q3 What would be the advantages of exploring resources and long term aim 2

Q4. Why should there be equitable distribution of resources 2

Q5 why are coal and petroleum known as fossil fuels?why do we need to conserve them? 3

Q 6. Name the three “R” to save the environment ?explain how each of them is beneficial for mankind? 3

Q7. Who are the stakeholders in forest? Why do we think so?

1. What do you mean by Bio-Reserves? What are their objectives?

2.Explain the main points of difference between Agro Forestry and Urban Forestry Programme.

3.Beutiful Landscapes are of great value to Human Beings. Explain.

  1. Chipko Andolan originated in

  1. Kerala b. Rajasthan

c. Uttarakhand d. Karnataka

2. Kulhs are irrigation Canals of

a. Rajasthan b. Karnataka

c. Himachal Pradesh d. Assam

3. Which of the following is green house gas?

a. Sulphurdioxide b. Carbon monoxide

c. Carbondioxide d. Nitrogen dioxide

4. Which of the following bacteria is found in Garga water ?

a. Coliform bacteria b. Streptococcus bacteria

c. Staphylococcus bacteria d. Diplococcus bacteria

5. Stake holders of forest resources in India are

a. Local people and industries b. NGO

c. Forest enthusiasts d. All of these

6. Arabari forest of Bengal is dominated by

a. Teak b. Sal

c. Bamboo d. Mangrove

7.Which of the following are to be mangaged for sustainable developments?

a.Industries b.Forest C.Crops d.Resources

8.Red data book provides a list of :

a.Protect animals b. Rear animals for milk c.Entrap animal d.Both a & b

9.Sardar sarover dam is situated on river

a.Ganga b.Narmada c. Yamuna d. Godavari

10. Pynes System of irrigation is common in:

a.Bihar b.Madhya Pradesh c. Rajastan d. Himachal Pradesh


Topic “Money spent on protection of wild life should actually be spent for the welfare of poor people”

Seminar :

Reading papers by the students on the following topics:

i.River water pollution –source and solution

ii. Sustainable development


i.Globla warming and melting Himalaya –a controversy”

ii Save the tiger.
Home Assignment
1.Making a model to show Rainwater Harvesting.

2.Carry out a survey in your locality where Rainwater is being harvested.

3.Record the mode of transport used by your classmates.

4.Find out the amount of diesel/petrol used by families of your classmates.

5.Checking the PH of water from various sources.


  1. ECOLOGY – The study of the interaction of living organisms with each other and their surrounding is called ecology.

  2. ENVIRONMENT –Everything that surrounds organisms and influences its life.

  1. Biotic components of environment – The living organisms e.g. Plants and animals.

  2. Abiotic components of environment –the nonliving components like air, light, etc.

  1. ECOSYSTEM – All interacting organism in area =together with the nonliving constituents of environment. ( Functional unit of an environment)

  2. PRODUCERS – They make the energy from sunlight available to the rest of the ecosystem.

  3. CONSUMERS – Animals cannot manufacture their own food. They are called consumers.

  4. BIODEGRABLE – Substances that are broken down by the action of bacteria or saprophytes. e. g. Paper.

  5. NONBIODEGRABLE- Substances that are not broken down by the action of bacteria or saprophytes. e.g. Plastic.

  6. FOOD CHAIN – The process of one organism eating the other.


  1. FOODWEB --- It is a network of food links between populations in a community.

  2. 10% LAW OF ENERGY FLOW – The energy available at any trophic level in a food chain is 10% of the previous one.

  3. BIOLOGICAL MAGNIFICATION – Progressive accumulation of nonbiodegradable waste at various trophic levels of food chain.

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