SuperTeacherTools SuperTeacherTools Help Subscribe to Email Subscribe to RSS
Create a New Game Create a New Game

Human Impact on the Biosphere Review
Speed Match Review Game

This game has been played times
The best time ever was at seconds.
The best time today is at seconds.
How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
Good luck!

Let's Play Speed Match!

Carbon Dioxide
false
sulfur and nitrogen compounds are produced when fossil fuels burn can combine with moisture in the atmosphere
The destruction of a forest
sulfur and nitrogen
the number of individuals an environment can support
species that are removed from their habitat
cars and factories
layer of ozone gas in the upper atmosphere
passenger pigeon
limit human population number
building malls or parking lots
species and their habitats along with humans
CO2 and other gases
many animals die and few migrate
false
5.6 or less
a form of gas that has been released into the athmosphere
agricultural land and housing
illegally capturing or killing an organism
coal
smog
false
the increase in earths temperature
in lakes, lower PH levels can be deadly to algae
name two things air pollution can damage
name one human activity that may destroy a habitat
What are the two compounds in Acid Rain
name a pollutant
Define the term Deforestation
what is given off when fossil fuels burn
What is one bird that is now extinct because of uncontrolled hunting
define carrying capacity
what is one effect of habitat destruction on species
define the term poaching
what are the main things that burn fossil fuels
What are CFC's
true or false: wastes are let into the atmosphere they do not affect the environment
true of false: habitat destruction does not impact species
Name one way we can prevent habitat loss
Define Acid Rain
true or false: when moisture falls to the Earth it becomes acid rain
define direct harvesting
Describe the effects of Acid Rain on lakes
what is a major greenhouse gas
define global warming
Name two benifits of habtat destruction for humans
what is the ozone shield
name a fossil fuel
What is the PH of Acid Rain

You did it!



What is your name?

Play This Game Again!


You did it!
You got every match correct!

Here are all the answers:

DescriptionMatch:
Define the term Deforestation The destruction of a forest
true of false: habitat destruction does not impact speciesfalse
what is one effect of habitat destruction on species many animals die and few migrate
Name one way we can prevent habitat losslimit human population number
Name two benifits of habtat destruction for humansagricultural land and housing
What are CFC's a form of gas that has been released into the athmosphere
name a pollutant smog
define global warming the increase in earths temperature
what is the ozone shieldlayer of ozone gas in the upper atmosphere
what is a major greenhouse gasCarbon Dioxide
Define Acid Rain sulfur and nitrogen compounds are produced when fossil fuels burn can combine with moisture in the atmosphere
What are the two compounds in Acid Rainsulfur and nitrogen
What is the PH of Acid Rain5.6 or less
true or false: when moisture falls to the Earth it becomes acid rainfalse
Describe the effects of Acid Rain on lakes in lakes, lower PH levels can be deadly to algae
define carrying capacity the number of individuals an environment can support
define direct harvesting species that are removed from their habitat
name one human activity that may destroy a habitatbuilding malls or parking lots
define the term poachingillegally capturing or killing an organism
What is one bird that is now extinct because of uncontrolled huntingpassenger pigeon
true or false: wastes are let into the atmosphere they do not affect the environment false
name a fossil fuelcoal
name two things air pollution can damagespecies and their habitats along with humans
what are the main things that burn fossil fuels cars and factories
what is given off when fossil fuels burn CO2 and other gases