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I. Reviews the joint statement from the US National Academy ofSciences and the UK Royal Society on the catastrophic consequences ofunbridled population growth, excessive consumption of natural resourcesand headlong destruction of the environment. II. Examines aspects offood supply in terms of...
Examines three interrelated facets of environmental pollution thephysiological facet, namely the effect of exposure on healthspecifically, morbidity, which has revealed a significant relationshipbetween qualitativelydefined ambient pollution levels in eitherrespondents place of residence or...
Summarizes some of the most relevant toxicological aspects from theUNEPIRPTCs Scientific Reviews of Soviet Literature on Toxicity andHazards of Chemicals, No. 117 Organomercury compounds, GenevaMoscow1990, and outlines their uses and environmental fate and pathways in anumber of species and...
Examines the effect of pollution along the agriculture highwaybetween Cairo and Alexandria. Different samples of water, soil andplants clover were collected from nine variable locations along thishighway. Results obtained revealed that the influence of leadprecipitating from the atmosphere...
An analysis of radioactivity in organisms inhabiting the intertidalregion of the Island of Skye revealed accumulation of gammaradioactivity by specific organisms, such as lichens, to be markedlyenhanced as compared with other autotrophs. The movement ofradioactivity through trophic levels...
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