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Question 1: Hardin’s ________ (1968) described how common property resources, such as the land shared by pastoralists, ultimately become overused and ruined.
Ecological footprintFood securityEnvironmental economicsTragedy of the commons

Question 2: Ranghar found in ________ and Pakistan
Uttar PradeshIndo-Gangetic PlainBiharNorth India

Question 3: Bedouin of North Africa and the ________
AsiaArabian PeninsulaMiddle EastWestern Asia

Question 4: ________ found through out North India

Question 5: One of the consequences of the break-up of the Soviet Union and the subsequent political independence and economic collapse of its ________ republics is the resurgence of pastoral nomadism.
Central AsiaSiberiaSouth AsiaMiddle East

Question 6: An in-depth discussion of one particular nomadic pastoralist social structure can be found in the ________ article.
JordanBedouinSaudi ArabiaEgypt

Question 7: ________: where members of the group move the herd seasonally from one area to another, often between higher and lower pastures.

Question 8: [1] The increased productivity of irrigation agriculture ultimately resulted in population growth and pressure on resources, which lead to greater land and greater labour requirements for ________.
Intensive farmingSustainable agricultureIndustrial agricultureIntegrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture

Question 9: Ranches of the United States and sheep stations and cattle stations of ________ are seen by some as modern variations.
BarbadosUnited KingdomAustraliaCanada

Question 10: Pastoralism or pastoral farming is the branch of ________ concerned with the raising of livestock.
Intensive farmingOrganic farmingSustainable agricultureAgriculture


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