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Nuclear waste (radioactive waste)

Effects of Nuclear waste on Ecology New applications of radioactivity and handling of radioactive elements have caused radioactive waste which causes, air, soil and water pollution. Such nuclear wastes ha...
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Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste types: Toxic waste generated in the process of extraction, transformation or production of any industry considered as a threat to the balance of ecosystems, because, they cannot be reused and t...

DDT Pesticide Effects on Ecology

  DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane): DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane) pesticide was introduced after the Second World War. It was effective for the control of insects like mosquitoes whi...
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Temperature Inversion

Temperature Inversion Definition Temperature inversion is a natural phenomenon that prevents air circulation when the weather is cold. It prevents the above mentioned layer to wash up and clear the polluta...
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Air Quality Index aqi

Air Quality Index Definition Air Quality Index, aqi, was developed in  1968 by  the National Air Pollution Control Administration for the purpose of  measuring and evaluating the quality of the air  by means o...
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Effects of air pollution

Effects of air pollution should not be evaluated solely. It has an interaction with both soil and water. You cannot isolate the events that happen in the air of those occurring in the water or on land, since ...
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Biodiversity

What is Biodiversity? Biodiversity is the immense variety of life forms that have existed on our planet. The main contributor of this great biodiversity is the evolution of creatures on Earth.  Types of Bio...
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What is ecology?

Ecology Definition Ecology is the science that studies relationships between living beings. Ecology studies different geological ages. it shows the variation presented species over time. We also know that mu...