Name Droppers

Name Droppers

ap environmental science class period 4 important name dropper quiz oh yeah

published on February 04, 201317 responses 0

Professor of Zoology at University of Florida and helped out sea turtles

George Washington Carver
Archie Carr
James Lovelock

Use of peanuts

George Washington Carver
Theodore Roosevelt
Paul Ehrlich

Drew rubber from trees in Amazon Rainforest

Lois Gibbs
Chico Mendes
Julia "Butterfly" Hill

Founded Sierra Club

John Muir
John James Audubon
Henry David Thoreau

"Silent Spring"

FDR
Rachel Carson
Jane Goodall

Principal founder of Earth Day

Richard Nixon
Gaylord Nelson
M. King Hubbert

Muckraker, "The Jungle"

Sherwood Rowland
Rachel Carson
Upton Sinclair

First Enviornmentalist who wrote "Man and Nature"

Charles Darwin
John Muir
George Perkins Marsh

Discoveries on chemicals that destroy Earth's atmosphere, such as "chlorofluorocarbons"

Mario Molina
Jimmy Carter
George Perkins Marsh

Criticized western economy

EF Schumacher
Jimmy Carter
Julia "Butterfly" Hill

Geo-scientist at Shell, Hubbert curve or Hubbert peak theory

Mario Molina
Bill Clinton
M. King Hubbert

Gaia hypothesis

James Lovelock
Garret Hardin
Lois Gibbs

Lived in tree for 2 years protesting the cutting down of Redwood Trees and founded "Circle of Life" organization

Richard Nixon
Lester Brown
Julia "Butterfly" Hill

Focused on wildlife, wrote "A Sand County Almanac"

Julia "Butterfly" Hill
Ronald Reagan
Aldo Leopold

Nobel Prize winner, discovered that CFC's were depleting the ozone layer

Thomas Malthus
Bill Clinton
Sherwood Rowland

Founded Green Belt movement focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, and women's rights

Archie Carr
Rachel Carson
Wangari Maathai

Tragedy of the commons

Garrett Hardin
Ken Saro-Wiwa
FDR

Primary founder of the Society of American Foresters

Aldo Leopold
Paul Ehrlich
Gifford Pinchot

President who created the AAA and CCC

Aldo Leopold
Ted Turner
FDR

Chimpanzees

Garrett Hardin
Jane Goodall
Upton Sinclair

Wrote "An Essay on the Principal of Population" and created the Growth Model. Rule of 70!

Thomas Malthus
John James Audubon
Charles Darwin

Published "Birds of America"

Troy Peterson
John James Audubon
Paul Ehrlich

President that established the EPA and oversaw first Earth Day

John Snow
Richard Nixon
FDR

Editor of "Science Illustrated", biologist

Barry Commoner
Mario Molina
Wangari Maathai

President who created federal "Reclamation Service" (1902) and fought to protect national parks

Theodore Roosevelt
Mario Molina
Lois Gibbs

Environmental activist- petroleum waste dumping

Ken Saro-Wiwa
Thomas Malthus
Lois Gibbs

Biodiverstiy

Upton Sinclair
Gifford Pinchot
Dr. Norman Myer

Started Department of Energy and Superfund

David Brower
Jimmy Carter
Ronald Reagan

Warned society about population growth and limited resources and wrote "The Population Bomb"

Jane Goodall
Rachel Carson
Paul Ehrlich

Lowe Canal -> removed residents b/c it was built on toxic chemicals

Lois Gibbs
Chico Mendes
Ken Sara-Wiwa

Executive director of SIERRA CLUB

David Brower
John Muir
Theodore Roosevelt

Transcendentalist who wrote "Walden"

Henry David Thoreau
Chico Mendes
Theodore Roosevelt

President who created the Antiquities Act and prevented congress from cutting EPA's budget

Thomas Malthus
Bill Clinton
Richard Nixon

President who set aside land for national parks when senator and worked with Lake Tahoe and created the ARB

Ronald Reagan
George Washington Carver
Upton Sinclair