How does resource exploitation cause problems?

In this lesson, we will learn about the impacts caused by the extraction of natural resources around the world.

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Q1.The UK is bordered to the west by the Atlantic Ocean. True or false?

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Q2.Approximately, what percentage of the UK's land is used for agriculture?

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Q3.The North Sea is a source of which natural resource?

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Q4.In which year did the UK's last coal mine close?

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Q5.Tick two crops typically grown in the UK.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

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Question 5

Q1.The UK is bordered to the west by the Atlantic Ocean. True or false?

1/5

Q2.Approximately, what percentage of the UK's land is used for agriculture?

2/5

Q3.The North Sea is a source of which natural resource?

3/5

Q4.In which year did the UK's last coal mine close?

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Q5.Tick two crops typically grown in the UK.

Select two (2) boxes

5/5

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Q1.Extraction is the removal of something, such as a natural resource. True or false?

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Q2.Approximately, when were crops first cultivated?

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Q3.Which animal is said to have been domesticated first?

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Q4.How many farms are there in the UK?

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Q5.What tends to be found in the same patch of land as oil?

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Q6.What percentage of the world's landmass do forests cover?

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Q7.What is the Amazon Rainforest sometimes referred to as?

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Q8.The Amazon Rainforest is home to what percentage of the world's known species?

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How does resource exploitation cause problems? - Quiz

Well done for your hard work this lesson. This quick quiz will show you how much you've learned.

Question 1

Question 2

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Q1.Extraction is the removal of something, such as a natural resource. True or false?

1/8

Q2.Approximately, when were crops first cultivated?

2/8

Q3.Which animal is said to have been domesticated first?

3/8

Q4.How many farms are there in the UK?

4/8

Q5.What tends to be found in the same patch of land as oil?

5/8

Q6.What percentage of the world's landmass do forests cover?

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Q7.What is the Amazon Rainforest sometimes referred to as?

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Q8.The Amazon Rainforest is home to what percentage of the world's known species?

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