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Environmental Biology

By: Jenny Chapman and Michael Reiss
99 pages, Col photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Environmental Biology
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Environmental Biology is a title in the new Cambridge Advanced Sciences series. It has been developed specifically for the new specifications for Advanced Level Biology for teaching from September 2000. Environmental Biology has been endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR Biology specification A. It provides full coverage of the Biology option module of the same name. In combination with other books in the series it provides full coverage of the Advanced Level specifications. Learning objectives are clearly defined, so that students know exactly what they need to learn. Self-assessment questions (with answers) and exam-style end-of-chapter exercises offer excellent opportunities for independent study. Chapter introductions and summaries provide the basis for structured revision.

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Introduction; 1. Introduction to environmental biology; 2. Agriculture and the environment; 3. Pollution; 4. Conservation of resources; 5. National conservation issues; 6. International conservation issues; 7. Ecological fieldwork; Answers to self-assessment questions; Glossary; Index

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By: Jenny Chapman and Michael Reiss
99 pages, Col photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
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