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General Knowledge :: Environment Science

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In an ecosystem, bacteria are the

A. Producers.
B. Primary consumers.
C. Secondary consumers.
D. Decomposers.


Deforestation generally decreases;

A. Rainfall.
B. Global warming.
C. Soil erosion.
D. Drought.


Which one of the following are non-renewable resources?

A. Animals.
B. Forests.
C. Fossil fuels.
D. All of these.


Biosphere reserve project was initiated in India during;

A. 1986
B. 1984
C. 1989
D. 1985


Sound becomes hazardous noise pollution at decibels-

A. Above 50.
B. Above 80.
C. Above 100.
D. Above 130.