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O Level Environmental Management Quiz

MCQ: Which country produced 36.9 million tones of nuclear energy?

  1. Russia
  2. Japan
  3. Pakistan
  4. India


EM: Effects of Acid Rain Quiz

MCQ: What health impacts are caused by acid rain in humans?

  1. Bronchitis
  2. Lung Cancer
  3. Bronchitis & lung Cancer
  4. Skin Disease


Weather Measurements Quiz

MCQ: What types of waste has polluted the river Clyde ?

  1. Chemicals waste
  2. Metals
  3. Distilleries & toilets
  4. All of them


ES: Oceans Quiz

MCQ: What is the advantage of ethanol?

  1. No emissions
  2. Higher toxic exhaust emissions
  3. Lower toxic exhaust emissions
  4. All of them


Ocean Currents Distribution and Effects Quiz

MCQ: The bacteria and fungi living in the soil are

  1. Herbivores
  2. Decomposers
  3. Consumers
  4. Omnivores