Mar 24 2019 |
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Look at the map showing land use in the Netherlands.
As you can see, the key has been left out.
Which types of farming dominate in numbers 1 and 2?
1 = livestock ranching and 2 = arable farming.
1 = arable farming and 2 = horticulture.
1 = livestock ranching and 2 = horticulture.
1 = arable farming and 2 = livestock ranching.
Here are a number of sentences in which one term is missing. Choose the term described.
Exchange of fields and pastures.
The increase of production per animal.
An organised piece of land.
Look at the two maps showing the landscape around Langelo in Drenthe. The upper map shows the landscape design in 1990, the lower map shows it in 2000.
Which 3 changes have occurred in the landscape between 1900 and 2000 according to these maps?
Heaths have been turned into fields.
The number of roads has decreased.
Many ditches and brooks have been straightened.
There are more heaths.
Differences in relief have disappeared.
Pieces of land have been enlarged.
Recreation is increasing in the Dutch countryside. We therefore increasingly find examples of joint recreational usage in the landscape.
What is a correct example of joint recreational usage?
A cycle path.
A holiday park.
Four statements are given below.
Which statement is false?
Farming is the biggest land user in the Netherlands.
Due to artificial fertilizer, heaths are no longer essential for farmers.
Agricultural companies are becoming smaller on average.
Nature conservation and modern farming do not go well together.
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