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Michelle Nicole Boyer
AIS 160A1
3 October 2015
Questions – Week 7
1. According to Alexis’s talk on American Indian public health, what detrimental
chemical was found in up to 97% of home well water systems?
A. Cyanide
B. Carbon Monoxide
C. Uranium
D. Sulfur
2. According to the article on uranium in well water, which tied into Alexis’ talk on
American Indian public health, what are some of the negative effects of drinking
uranium?
A. Drinking uranium is bad for humans because it is not one of our essential daily
vitamins and nutrients, which means it counteracts with vitamin C in the body.
B. Drinking uranium can lead to kidney failure, increase cancer risks, and have
negative effects on the brain, bones, DNA, and reproductive system.
C. Drinking uranium is actually fine for humans because after several experiments
conducted by testing well water, Dr. Lassie found that Timmy was not in the well.
D. Drinking uranium can lead to faint headaches and dizziness which can only be
counteracted by drinking bottled water or water without uranium for 72 hours.
3. The article titled “How contingent proprietorship alone aids resilience: Kerr Dam
relicensing” is about which of the following issues:
A. Relicensing Kerr Dam merchandise
B. Relicensing bear hunting permits
C. Relicensing wells to be non-uranium saturated
D. Relicensing fishing and land rights
4. According to the “Kerr Dam Relicensing” article, what does it take for an ecosystem to
be resilient?
A. To be resilient, an ecosystem requires mechanisms, institutions or processes
that bring the systems back to normal conditions when it strays far from those
conditions.
B. To be resilient, an ecosystem requires a large number of keystone species to
hold council and determine what should be done to the surrounding areas to
assure they are pleasant.
C. To be resilient, an ecosystem requires a significant amount of oxygen, sunlight,
nutrients, and drinkable water in order to maintain a healthy balance for
survivable conditions.
D. To be resilient, an ecosystem must become a fan of Tom Hiddleston and Chris
Hemsworth on Facebook in order to determine what the ideal condition of
Avengers fandom is.


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