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Question of the Day: AP Environmental Science

Which of the following is most characteristic of the second wave in U.S. environmental policy (i.e. from the 1870s to the early twentieth century)? 

Tightened regulations for hunting and mining on federal land

Development of logging roads and infrastructure that helped large timber and mining companies

Pollution control and emissions regulations geared towards restoring air quality diminished because of the newly-introduced automobile

Formation of federally-protected parks and refuges where harvest of wildlife and resources was banned

Federal pollution regulations that targeted disease and pollutants entering the watershed from farms and cattle ranches

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