ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND MANAGEMENT

HERE YOU WILL GET KNOWLEDGE ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND MANAGEMENT COVERING ISSUES LIKE
MEANING OF ENVIRONMENT
IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS
CAUSES, EXTENT, AND EFFECTS OF LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY
CAUSES, EXTENT, AND EFFECTS OF POLLUTION AND WASTE MISMANAGEMENT
CAUSES, EXTENT, AND EFFECTS OF FAST RATE OF POPULATION AND URBAN GROWTH ON ENVIRONMENT
CAUSES, EXTENT, AND IMPACT OF DESERTIFICATION
IMPACT OF POVERTY ON ENVIRONMENT
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF GLOBAL CLIMATIC CHANGE ON ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION DEFINITION
VARIOUS WAYS OF CONSERVING THE ENVIRONMENT

Effects of transport on the environment

Effects of transport on the environment

The following Effects of transport on the environment Pollution from vehicles emitting fumes and oil spills from ships into water bodies. Smoke and smog have caused poor visibility. Creation of barren lands where rocks have been excavated e.g. along river channels. Increased temperatures/Global warming due to gas emissions. Loss of bio-diversity i.e. migration of water …

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Causes of desertification

Top 10 causes of desertification

Desertification refers to the development of desert-like conditions in an area and more so in a region adjacent to a desert. It may be expressed as the advancement or extension of the desert. Desertification has been commonly experienced in the Sahel region of Africa. In East Africa desert-like conditions have been experienced or developed in …

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7 economic importance of water

Water is perhaps the most important commodity on earth. There can be no life on earth without water. Therefore, water plays a very crucial role in every existence of human beings and other animals, as well as in their activities. Economic uses and importance of water: Water is used to clean clothes and other fabrics …

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3 types of wetlands

FULL LECTURE NOTES ON WETLANDS

Wetlands is the land area that is saturated with water, either permanently or seasonally, such that it takes on the characteristics of distinct ecosystem. Wetlands can be grouped into the following categories: Bogs and fens a bog is freshwater wetland usually formed in old glacial lake with spongy peat base. Most of the bog water …

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Form four geography syllabus

Form four Geography syllabus

1. ELEMENTARY SURVEY AND  MAP MAKING Meaning of surveying Types of surveying Focus on chain survey and leveling Leveling Focus on application of these techniques 2. INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH Objectives of Research work Stages of research  work 3. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  AND MANAGEMENT Types of environmental problems in Tanzania Loss  of biological diversity in plants and …

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