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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 139 Managing Radon

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 139 Managing Radon

      Radon-222 (222Rn) is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. Rocks such as granite contain isotopes of uranium that decay to form radon gas. The radon then diffuses through fissures in th...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 140 Ecological impacts of reintroducing wolves

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 140 Ecological impacts of reintroducing wolves

    Almost immediately the population of elk started to increase. Although the elk were still preyed upon by black and grizzly bears and cougars, the removal of the wolves was a huge reduction in preda...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 141 DDT Ban

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 141 DDT Ban

    DDT is a persistent organic pesticide previously widely used in agriculture. Although it is now banned in most developed countries it is still used in many LEDCs to prevent insect-borne disease....

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  • Geography Factsheet: 259. HOW HIGH, HOW SOON   the impact of rising sea levels

    Geography Factsheet: 259. HOW HIGH, HOW SOON the impact of rising sea levels

    In 2007 the IPCC calculated that sea levels would rise 0.4m by 2100. Since then  estimates have been revised to 1.0m and a recent report from SCAR (a group  of Antarctican Scientists) sugg...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 260. Boscombe

    Geography Factsheet: 260. Boscombe

    Seaside resorts in the UK are often typified by the idea of ‘faded glory’–  urban landscapes imprinted with memories of more affluent times.  Boscombe, to the east of Bou...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 261. Economic versus Environmental Imperatives

    Geography Factsheet: 261. Economic versus Environmental Imperatives

    Although the current recession and the slow down in economic activity may  make it seem ironic, the UK has for some years experienced limitations in  its capacity to handle large-scale con...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 262. Solar Power

    Geography Factsheet: 262. Solar Power

    Although the current recession and the slow down in economic activity may make it seem ironic, the UK has for some years experienced limitations in its capacity to handle large-scale containerised shi...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 263. Biofuels v Diversity

    Geography Factsheet: 263. Biofuels v Diversity

    According to the UNEPbiofuel is an umbrella term used to describe all fuels derived from organic matter. The most common are bio-diesel and bio-ethanol. biofuels are now being considered for use on a ...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 264. THE ERUPTION OFEYJAFJALLAJOKULL, ICELAND

    Geography Factsheet: 264. THE ERUPTION OFEYJAFJALLAJOKULL, ICELAND

    In April and May 2010, a little-known Icelandic volcano erupted and  caused massive disruption to the industries, businesses and airline  companies of Europe and further afield. Its outpou...

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  • Geography Factsheet: 265. Population Bomb

    Geography Factsheet: 265. Population Bomb

    In 1968, Paul Ehrlich first warned of the ‘population bomb’, whereby as  a result of a population explosion, fuelled by dramatically declining  mortality and continued high fer...

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