Task 1 Assessment 5
Question 1. Agrotechnical measures:
1) State regulation to ensure the fertility of agricultural land;
2) a set of scientifically based methods of tillage in the reproductive fertility of agricultural lands;
3) the comprehensive reclamation measures to ensure a radical improvement of land through the use of soil conservation, water control and other properties of protective forest plantations.
Question 2. The water area (from the Latin. Aqua - water):
1) the body of water;
2) Water and territory;
3) the body of water bounded by natural, artificial or conventional boundaries.
Question 3: Environmental law:
1) The system of legal norms and legal institutions that form a complex body of law, which are the subject of public relations for the protection of the environment - "nature conservation";
2) targeted human development, including the formation of its ecological culture, the perception of not only the public, but also of environmental norms and values;
3) the function of environmental management, which consists in the development and implementation of environmental plans and environmental programs.
Question 4. Environmental crime:
1) the generic term for the violation of the legal norms regulating the environmental public relations;
2) environmental administrative offense;
3) the type of environmental offenses.
Question 5. Environmental legislation:
1) the system of normative legal acts containing norms of law governing environmental public relations;
2) legislation on nature protection;
3) a set of sub-legal acts on environmental management.
Question 6. Baikal natural territory:
1) the territory of Lake Baikal;
2) area, which includes Lake Baikal water protection zone adjacent to Lake Baikal and its catchment area within the territory of the Russian Federation, the protected areas adjacent to Lake Baikal and adjacent to the Lake Baikal area up to 200 kilometers west and north-west of it;
3) includes Lake Baikal with the islands adjacent to Lake Baikal water protection zone, as well as specially protected natural parks and reserves, adjacent to Lake Baikal.
Question 7. Favourable conditions of human life:
1) sanitary and epidemiological welfare of the population;
2) the state of the environment in which there is no harmful effect on the human factors of it (harmless conditions) and there are possibilities for recovery of disturbed functions of the human body;
3) the state of human for its normal functioning in the ecological environment.
Question 8. The activities are prohibited or restricted on the Baikal natural territory:
1) activities, the implementation of which have a negative impact on the unique ecological system of Lake Baikal;
2) toxic pollution of Lake Baikal, or part thereof, as well as its catchment area, associated with the emission of substances transport operation;
3) a physical change of state of water in Lake Baikal.
Question 9. Ambient air:
1) is an important component of the environment, which is the atmosphere;
2) a vital component of the ecological sphere, consisting of a mixture of different gases, located outside of residential, industrial and other facilities;
3) a vital component of the environment, which is a natural mixture of atmospheric gases, located outside of residential, industrial and other facilities.
Question 10. Damage to the environment:
1) adverse change in the environment as a result of pollution, which led to a degradation of natural ecosystems and the depletion of natural resources;
2) adverse change in the environment, which led to a degradation of the natural environment and the depletion of natural factors;
3) adverse changes