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Study guide final - Remember what anthropogenic means Policy life cycle Recognition stage Implementation stage Control Stage of the Bioremediation

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Greenhouse Gases 1. Methane 2. Nitrous Oxide 3. Chloro-floro-carbons 4. Carbon dioxide Which one comes from denitrifying bacteria in the soil? Which one is produced by termites and rice paddies? Which one is thousands times more effective in warming the atmosphere than CO2? Which one of the gases is the major contributor? Which group of chemicals cause the destruction of the stratospheric ozone? Kyoto Convention Consequences of climate change Advantages: Disadvantages: Pesticides What are they? What are pesticides? What are non-persistent pesticides that are used today? Integrated Pest Management program components: what are the suggestions for pest management under this program? DDT Effects Impacts
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Unformatted text preview: Remember what anthropogenic means! Policy life cycle: Recognition stage Implementation stage Control Stage of the Bioremediation What is it? PPM problem: Imagine you work for a golf course over a landfill. Determine the ppm of phosphorous in the run-off water. You take a 1L sample of water and find 1.5g of phosphorous. What is the ppm? Study power points I have posted (For the ‘important’ video links on Air pollution know the main issues that were covered in the videos) Study the quizzes! Please write a short essay about your personal views on the need for environmental regulation and protection while still providing for the needs of humankind....
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Study guide final - Remember what anthropogenic means Policy life cycle Recognition stage Implementation stage Control Stage of the Bioremediation

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