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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 194. Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 194. Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an area of marine garbage, located in the Pacific Ocean roughly between 135̊ -155̊ West and between 35̊-42̊ North. The Garbage Patch has extremel...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 195. The value of nature in the UK

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 195. The value of nature in the UK

    According to the National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA) the UK’s lakes, forests, parks and wildlife are worth billions of pounds. Indeed, it is claimed that the natural world is vital for human exi...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 196. Retreat of Arctic Sea Ice

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 196. Retreat of Arctic Sea Ice

    According to the National Ecosystem Assessment (NEA) the UK’s lakes, forests, parks and wildlife are worth billions of pounds. Indeed, it is claimed that the natural world is vital for human exi...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 197. Oxford Parkway railway station and corridor: an environmental

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 197. Oxford Parkway railway station and corridor: an environmental

    The purpose of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is to establish the likely impact of a development on the environment. It predicts possible impacts on habitats, species and ecosystems, and hel...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 198. The state of the world’s fisheries

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 198. The state of the world's fisheries

    The world’s population is expected to grow by another 2 billion to reach 9.6 billion people by 2050. There will be a huge challenge of feeding everyone while at the same time sustaining natural ...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 199. Eutrophication of rivers and canals

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 199. Eutrophication of rivers and canals

    This Factsheet: • Defines the term eutrophication • Explains why students get mixed up and lose marks because they describe the consequences of eutrophication (when they are only asked for...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 200. Mining in hot, arid areas

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 200. Mining in hot, arid areas

    There is great potential for the development of mineral resources in hot, arid areas. Oil and gas in the Middle East, copper in Chile, southwest USA and Australia, and uranium mining in Australia illu...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 201. The ecological impact of ash dieback

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 201. The ecological impact of ash dieback

    Ash dieback is a serious disease of ash trees caused by the fungus Chalara fraxinea (C. fraxinea) (it has since been renamed but it is OK just to describe it as Chalara). The disease causes leaf loss,...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 202. Investigating and controlling soil erosion

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 202. Investigating and controlling soil erosion

    This Factsheet: • Compares lab and field techniques for measuring soil erosion • Outlines techniques for controlling soil erosion • Provides typical exam questions and mark schemes on t...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 203. Tiger conservation

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 203. Tiger conservation

      Tigers are iconic top carnivores. Why should we conserve them? This Factsheet explains......

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