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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 84. Economics of Pollution Control

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 84. Economics of Pollution Control

      This Factsheet will consider · how pollution control is imposed · who pays for it · the economic benefits Pollution is any discharge of energy/material into the enviro...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 85. Maximum Sustainable Yield: New Research on Fisheries

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 85. Maximum Sustainable Yield: New Research on Fisheries

      At the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, the EU states agreed that they would restore fish stock levels in line with the principles of maximum sustainable yield ...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 86. Biology of Coral reef ecosystems

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 86. Biology of Coral reef ecosystems

      This Factsheet: • Describes the structure and functioning of coral reefs • Explains why their conservation is considered vital • Reviews the kind of exam questions you can ex...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 87. Pollution From Fish Farms

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 87. Pollution From Fish Farms

      Intensive aquaculture involves rearing high densities of fish in an enclosed area. It is an intensive method of food production because it is usually capital – intensive, there are hig...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 88. Food production: Intensive Bad, Extensive Good?

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 88. Food production: Intensive Bad, Extensive Good?

      With 6 billion people on Earth (and growing) and the amount of fertile land available for agriculture decreasing, it might seem obvious that we should do all we can to get as much food out o...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 89. Ecological Sampling

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 89. Ecological Sampling

      Every exam session throws up questions about practical ecological techniques but the Chief Examiner’s reports make clear that there is widespread confusion about when to use line transe...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 90. Nitrogen Fixation

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 90. Nitrogen Fixation

      Every living organism needs nitrogen to make nucleic acids and proteins. But before atmospheric nitrogen can be used, the strong triple bond between the two nitrogen atoms has to be broken. ...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 91. Pesticide Problems

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 91. Pesticide Problems

      A pesticide is any substance, preparation or organism used to protect plants or plant products from harmful organisms or to regulate the growth of plants. Insecticides, fungicides, herbicid...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 92. Mercury

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 92. Mercury

      This Factsheet summarises the problems caused by mercury pollution and reviews recent exam questions on this topic. Sources and movement of mercury Mercury is a naturally occurring metal th...

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  •  Environmental Studies Factsheet: 93. Why are we going nuclear?

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 93. Why are we going nuclear?

      This Factsheet summarises why the government has changed its mind about nuclear energy and the environmental implications of their decision to invest in new nuclear plants. Introduction The...

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