Range Management and Improvement - SS2 Agriculture Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is rangeland primarily used for?

A

Crop cultivation

B

Livestock grazing

C

Residential development

D

Wildlife preservation

CORRECT OPTION: b
2

Which of the following is NOT an importance of rangeland?

A

Biodiversity conservation

B

Carbon sequestration

C

Soil stabilization

D

Industrial manufacturing

CORRECT OPTION: d
3

In which types of climates can rangelands be found?

A

Only tropical climates

B

Only polar climates

C

A wide range of climates, including arid and temperate

D

Only humid subtropical climates

CORRECT OPTION: c
4

What is the main factor that can lead to overgrazing on rangelands?

A

Frequent wildfires

B

Drought conditions

C

Excessive rainfall

CORRECT OPTION: b
5

Which ecosystem service is NOT provided by rangelands?

A

Water filtration

B

Carbon emissions

C

Climate regulation

D

Soil fertility

CORRECT OPTION: b
6

What type of vegetation is typically found on rangelands?

A

Dense forests

B

Sparsely populated trees

C

Crops like wheat and corn

D

Native or naturalized vegetation

CORRECT OPTION: d
7

Which land use is NOT commonly associated with rangelands?

A

Livestock grazing

B

Wildlife habitat

C

Industrial manufacturing

D

Recreation

CORRECT OPTION: c
8

What is the primary role of rangelands in terms of livestock?

A

Providing shelter for livestock

B

Supplying water for livestock

C

Offering food resources for livestock

D

None of the above

CORRECT OPTION: c
9

What kind of animals are typically grazed on rangelands?

A

Elephants

B

Sheep

C

Fish

D

Snakes

CORRECT OPTION: b
10

What makes rangelands sensitive to overgrazing?

A

Abundant rainfall

B

High plant density

C

Sparse vegetation

D

Frequent wildfires

CORRECT OPTION: c
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