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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 43. Answering Exam Questions: Weathering

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 43. Answering Exam Questions: Weathering

      Weathering comes up on every exam paper – there isn’t really much to learn so this should be a question that everyone does well on. But it isn’t ! In order to do well on...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 44. Waste : - Incinerate or Landfill?

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 44. Waste : - Incinerate or Landfill?

      In every country in Europe, waste production has increased every year for the last five years. In 2003, every individual in Western Europe produced 470 kg of municipal waste. The maj...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 45. Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 45. Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems

        An ecosystem is defined as the interaction of a community of organisms with the physical environment. In order to produce food rapidly and economically, farmers dramatically alter...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 46. Acid Mine Drainage - problems and management

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 46. Acid Mine Drainage - problems and management

      Drainage from coal and metal mines is “one of the main sources of chemical threats to groundwater quality” in many countries round the world including the UK, US and Cana...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 47. How Can We Save The Forests?

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 47. How Can We Save The Forests?

      From September to November of 1997, and then again in 1998, raging fires in Indonesia (Fig. 1) devastated an area the size of Costa Rica. The lives and health of 70 million people we...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 48. Zinc-cadmium Interactions

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 48. Zinc-cadmium Interactions

      Introduction Cadmium is found normally in our soil and water at low concentrations. However, it has many industrial uses - semiconductors, PVC production, batteries, anti-friction a...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 49. An Update On Air Pollution and Acid Rain

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 49. An Update On Air Pollution and Acid Rain

      Introduction Air pollution has caused some of the biggest environmental problems on earth - climate change, acid rain and human health problems such as asthma. The most up-to-date s...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 50. Climate Change? A Comprehensive Exercise

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 50. Climate Change? A Comprehensive Exercise

      Are we changing the climate?  Comprehension exercise Greenhouse gases (GHGs) include carbon dioxide, methane, CFCs, nitrous oxides and tropospheric ozone. Humans are increasing the&...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 51. Soil Forming Processes

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 51. Soil Forming Processes

      Introduction Soil forms the thin surface layer of the Earth’s crust. Soils are commonly defined as “natural bodies of animal, mineral and organic constituents differenti...

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  • Environmental Studies Factsheet: 52. The Wind Farms Debate

    Environmental Studies Factsheet: 52. The Wind Farms Debate

      Energy conundrum • Britain will lose approx 45% of its current electricity generation capacity by 2020 as power stations reach the end of their working lives. Coal-fired plants...

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