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2. What does stage 3 of the demographic transition model show?

  • Birth rate falls dramatically, death rate falls slowly. The population increases
  • Death rate falls but birth rate remains high. The population rapidly increases
  • Birth rate and death rate fluctuates at a low level. The population remains stable but high

3. What assumption is made to make mark-release-recapture accurate?

  • The marked sample had had time and opportunity to mix with the population
  • That there has to be large change in population size
  • That the markings cant be easily seen

4. What are pooters?

  • A square frame divided into the grid of smaller squares
  • Jars that have rubber bands which seal the top and two tubes stuck through the bung
  • Steep-sided containers that are sunk in a hole in the ground

5. What is meant by abiotic conditions?

  • All the organisms of one species in a habitat
  • The non-living conditions of an ecosystem
  • The living conditions of a ecosystem


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