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Question 1: Mangrove estuaries are also especially rich and productive ________ and provide the spawning grounds for many species of fish, including many commercially important ones.
EcosystemEcologySystems ecologyEcosystem ecology

Question 2: Nutrition and medication (such as ________) fed to the brine shrimp nauplii are passed on to the shrimp that eat them.
AntibioticAntibiotic misuseNucleic acid inhibitorATC code J01

Question 3: Part of a series for which the newspaper The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, won the ________ in the category "public service" in 1997.
1999 Pulitzer PrizePulitzer Prize for FictionPulitzer Prize1985 Pulitzer Prize

Question 4: Commercial shrimp farming began in the 1970s, and production grew steeply, particularly to match the market demands of the U.S., Japan and Western ________.
BalkansEastern EuropeEuropeWestern Europe

Question 5: About 75% of farmed shrimp is produced in ________, in particular in China and Thailand.
AsiaEuropeContinentSingapore

Question 6: Furthermore, releasing antibiotics in such ways injects them into the ________ and increases the risks of bacteria becoming resistant against them.
HerbivoreCarnivoreFood chainPredation

Question 7: The origins of industrial shrimp farming can be traced back to the 1930s, when Kuruma shrimp (Penaeus japonicus) was spawned and cultivated for the first time in ________.
United KingdomCambodiaCanadaJapan

Question 8: Social tensions have occurred due to changes in the ________ within populations.
Economic inequalityCapitalismSocialismDistribution of wealth

Question 9: McClennan, C.: White Spot Syndrome Virus – The Economic, Environmental and Technical Implications of the Development of Latin American Shrimp Farming, Master's Thesis, ________, 2004.
Harvard UniversityTufts UniversityBoston UniversityNortheastern University

Question 10: [5] Much of these problems stem from using mangrove land that has high natural pyrite content (________) and poor drainage.
IronAluminiumAcid sulfate soilOxygen







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