CBSE Class 8 Science Conservation Natural Resources Assignment Set A

CBSE Class 8 Science - Conservation Natural Resources

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Q.1 Write the full form of the following:-

a) IUCN

b) UNEP

c) UNESCO

Q.2 Write the definition of the following:-

a) Vulnerable species

b) Rare species

c) Indeterminate species

Q.3 Differentiate between the following:-

a) National Parks and Sanctuaries

b) Critical Species and Endangered Species

c) Renewable and Non – Renewable

d) Afforestation and Deforestation

Q.4 Write short note on the following:-

a) Chipko Andolan

b) Global warming

c) Monoculture

d) Red Data Book

e) Shifting Cultivation

f) Carbonisation

Q.5 Fill in the blanks:-

a) The land under forest is called _________.

b) _________ is used for production of fertilizer.

c) _________ is used for extraction of metals from ores.

d) _________ and _________ can be used as raw material to prepare paper .

Q.6 Answer the following questions:-

a) Write the steps for conservation of wild life.

b) List any 4 advantages of forest.

c) What is biodiversity? How is it linked to our survival?

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