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Trash incineration is one way to generate electricity from MSW. Electricity can also be generated from
waste buried in landfills.
[cl Describe the specific steps of a process use to produce electricity from waste buried in a landll.
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and the exlc'nctlcn cf the species avcided, the bat pcpulaticns are liliely tc remain alarmingly small
[i]I Describe TWO threais [ether than WES tc the
. Increased nmcfooding helps maintain
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Municipal solid waste cfw_MSW! is the hash collected from households and businesses.
cfw_a Use the data provided in the graph to respond to the following.
iii Explain one probable cause |cfw_other than increased composting]| for the change in per capita
1- Increase in bat fc-cd scurces. I Decline in plants pcllinated cr dispersed
I Increase in West Nile and cther insect- 13"? bats
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|Ii Calculate the weight cfw_in tone] of rook waste produced globally eaoh year when iron ore is
oonrrerte-d to pig iron.
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Climate change, global Allows pathogens and disease vectors to survive in places that
warming T.vere previously too cold or dry
Increase in global travel Increased likelihood of contractingfspreading disease
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cfw_cl Deacrihe TWO environmental problems that are associated oath abandoned coal mine sites.
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can earn a pointI
[a] Ductile: how WC human activities, other than those that result in anthropogenic climate
change, have resulted in a decrease in the amount of freshwater owing into the Everglades
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cfw_a Dancriha how TWO climate factors affect the rate of soil formation.
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cfw_a Diseases can devastate populations; however, most diseases do not: drive their host to extinction.
Provide one explanation for whyr diseases seldom cause extinction.
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