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63. Ecological Carrying Capacity

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The concept of ecological carrying capacity comes up in many different ways in exam questions. This Environmental Studies Factsheet reviews recent questions and looks at common mistakes that students have made.

This Factsheet explains:
• Wider implications.
• Questions and common mistakes that students have made.

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April 2006

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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