Past Exam for GEOS 1024 - Resources Geology with Chermak at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 2
Class:GEOS 1024 - Resources Geology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2005
  • Hydraulic Mining
  • Effective Way
  • Controlling
  • Greenhouse Gas
  • Environment
  • Ultraviolet
  • Organization
  • Sulfur Dioxide
  • The Industrial Revolution
  • Industrial Revolution
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Exam 2 1. The DeBeers syndicate controls much of the world’s: A) Oil Deposits B) Coal Deposits C) Iron Ores D) Gold E) Diamonds F) None of the Above 2. The turning point after which all mineral resource usage dramatically increased was: A) The discovery of oil B) The Industrial Revolution C) The American Revolution D) The California Gold Rush E) Nuclear Power 3. The singular event that populated the American west, exposing many of its resources for use, was: A) The Industrial Revolution B) The Civil War C) The discovery of gold in California D) The US government giving away free land E) Discovery of oil in Alaska 4. The Industrial Revolution changed more advanced nations from: A) Agriculture to industrial B) Rural to urban C) Machines doing work instead of humans doing work D) 1 + 2 E) All of the above 5. Control of the resource mined near Cajamarca, Peru was accomplished by: A) Domestic production B) Foreign Investment C) War D) Cartels and syndicates E) 2 + 3 F) All of the above 6. What was the primary el...

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