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By Arnab Kumar De

In easy and lucid sort, the ebook introduces the elemental techniques of atmosphere, actual and human and explains its a variety of dimensions - ecology, pollutants, public future health, source conservation and administration, and so forth. Highlights of the e-book: publicity to easy innovations of atmosphere in its multidimensional features; uncomplicated, lucid therapy of the middle parts conserving medical terminology at a low key. suggestions routines to enhance the knowledge of the topic. With some of these good points, this publication is anticipated to meet its challenge of marketing the reason for Environmental schooling.

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Sludge from petroleum refineries may be spread on the soil and left to decay into harmless products. Incineration of toxic wastes is another method for their disposal. However, incinerators need pollution control devices and careful monitoring to make sure that they do not release toxic byproducts into the environment. 4 Land and Ocean Disposal Radioactive wastes from nuclear power stations are generally fused in glass containers and lowered to the ocean floor. In USA such wastes are sealed in metal drums and buried underground at great depths.

Give their quantities in terms of total percentages of water resources. 5. List the uses of water by man giving their relative percentages. 6. Compare the chemical composition of sea water with that of lake and river water. 7. What are the organic water pollutants? How do they cause water pollution? 8. Write notes on—(a) Eutrophication, and (b) Pesticide with reference to their ability to damage aquatic ecosystem. 9. Write an account of domestic waste water treatment. 10. Give a flowsheet diagram of municipal waste water treatment (primary and secondary).

Explain with reason the importance of watershed management in our national policy. 4. What are the sources of fresh water? Give their quantities in terms of total percentages of water resources. 5. List the uses of water by man giving their relative percentages. 6. Compare the chemical composition of sea water with that of lake and river water. 7. What are the organic water pollutants? How do they cause water pollution? 8. Write notes on—(a) Eutrophication, and (b) Pesticide with reference to their ability to damage aquatic ecosystem.

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