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4. Marine wildlife off the coast of Oregon is managed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Answer; (B) False
-The answer is false because Marine wildlife is managed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

6. The first “Earth Day” took place on April 22nd, 1970. In which era of wildlife management did this place?
Answer; (B) The Era of Environmental Management
-The answer is the era of environmental management because it began in 1965 and ended up in 1980.

9. The biggest problem in wildlife conservation today is:
Answer; (D) Biologists need to do a better job of communicating scientific results - Wildlife and conservation professionals have the responsibility to advocate for good policy-making, based on knowledge, openness and explicitness
10. Which statement about the wildlife profession is not true?
Answer; (B) Most wildlife biologists are game wardens
-There are other common jobs such as big game biologist, waterfowl manager, refuge manager, state non-game coordinator, and education and outreach, so most wildlife biologists are not only game wardens.

13. Aldo Leopold defines “environmental ethics” as which of the following:
Answer; (B) A self-imposed limitation on actions
- Leopold was influential in the development of modern environmental ethics and in the movement for wilderness conservation. In his book, A Sand Country Almanac, he stated that an ethic, ecologically, is a limitation on freedom of action in the struggle for existence. An ethic, philosophically, is a differentiation of social from anti-social conduct. These are two definitions of one thing.
14. Geer vs. Connecticut (1896) determined that:
Answer; (C) Wildlife is the property of the people
- The correct answer is wildlife is the property of the people because Upheld 10th Amendment states right to game as a trust for the benefit of the people of…...

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