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Kondolf, G.M. (1998a).Environmental effects of aggregate ...

Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Mining on Land and Soil in Luku, Minna, Niger State, North Central Nigeria. Journal of Geosciences and Geomatics . 2014; 2(2):42-49. doi: 10.12691/jgg-2-2-1. Correspondence to: Ako T. A., Department of Geology, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria.

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Factors affecting offspring survival and development in a ...

2017-7-20  Environmental effects were also important, with groups occupying high-quality territories more likely to produce young that survived to maturity. 4. ... Fox 1998a,b) and it is commonly difficult to disentangle the relative influence of maternal vs. environmental

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Sulfuric acid National Pollutant Inventory

2021-11-5  Overview Health effects Environmental effects Sources of emissions References Description Sulfuric acid is the world's largest volume industrial chemical. The main use is in the production of phosphate fertilizers. It is used to manufacture explosives, other acids, dyes, glue, wood preservatives, and automobile batteries. It is used in the purification of petroleum, the

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Environmental impacts the of production and use of ...

2017-11-9  Biodiesel as renewable, environmental friendly, less toxic, and biodegradable is an attractive alternative to fossil fuels and is produced mainly from vegetable oils and animal fats. It is expected, globally, that the use of renewable biofuels, in general, will increase rapidly in the near future. The growing biodiesel production and usage have encouraged assessment of its impact on the ...

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Styrene (ethenylbenzene) National Pollutant Inventory

2021-11-3  Overview Health effects Environmental effects Sources of emissions References Description When it is linked together in long chains, or polymerised, styrene is used predominantly in the production of polystyrene plastics and resins, such as in insulation or in the fabrication of fibreglass boats; most styrene products contain a residue of unlinked styrene.

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A review on the environmental impacts of shipping on ...

2019-12-10  There are several environmental and ecological effects of shipping. However, these are rarely assessed in total in the scientific literature. Thus, the aim of this study was to summarize the different impacts of water-based transport on aquatic and nearshore ecosystems and to identify knowledge gaps and areas for future research.

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TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

2015-8-19  effects of environmental policy on the creation of new, environmentally friendly tech-nology. We conclude with suggestions for further research on technological change and the environment. Keywords technological change, induced innovation, environmental policy, invention, diffusion JEL classification : D24, D83, O14, O3, Q25, Q28, Q4

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Reduced nitrogen in ecology and the environment ...

2007-11-1  Even though the environmental consequences of fertilizers are well recognized when it comes to nitrate pollution in groundwater (e.g. Van Grinsven et al., 2006), eutrophication of coastal waters and resulting hypoxia (e.g. Rabalais and Turner, 2001) and the N 2 O emissions contributing to climate change (e.g. Mosier et al., 1998), the effects ...

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Environmental Stress SpringerLink

2016-8-13  Abstract. The physical environment affects people in many ways, how they feel, what they think and how they act. When the demands of the physical environment outweigh an individual’s ability to deal with those demands, stress occurs. Environmental stress refers to a negative subjective psychological response to an environmental stimulus.

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Guidelines for Ecological Risk Assessment

2021-6-25  adverse ecological effects may occur or are occurring as a result of exposure to one or more stressors” (U.S. EPA, 1992a). It is a flexible process for organizing and analyzing data, information, assumptions, and uncertainties to evaluate the likelihood of adverse ecological effects

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Hydrochloric acid National Pollutant Inventory

2021-11-5  Overview Health effects Environmental effects Sources of emissions References Description It is used in the manufacture of phosphoric acid, chlorine dioxide, ammonium chloride, fertilisers, dyes, and artificial silk and pigments for paints. It is used as a refining ore in the production of tin and tantalum, as a lab reagent, and as a metal treating agent.

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Current Assessment of the Effects of Environmental ...

2011-8-1  The use of this approach to screen environmental chemicals for MG toxicity is supported by parallels between MG effects induced in animal models and alterations in human MG health. Examples include altered timing of puberty, alterations in lactation (e.g., ability to lactate, quality and quantity of milk), and induction of mammary/breast cancer.

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Impacts of Asymmetric Biotic Interactions and ...

2021-1-25  of species to environmental perturbations (Davis et al., 1998a; Davis et al., 1998b). Connell (1961) also, demonstrated empirically the combined effects of biotic interactions and environmental factors in shaping community assembly. Similarly, Park (1954) in experimental study illustrated the importance of interactions between biotic and abiotic

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Styrene (ethenylbenzene) National Pollutant Inventory

2021-11-3  Overview Health effects Environmental effects Sources of emissions References Description When it is linked together in long chains, or polymerised, styrene is used predominantly in the production of polystyrene plastics and resins, such as in insulation or in the fabrication of fibreglass boats; most styrene products contain a residue of unlinked styrene.

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Nuclear Weapons Tests and Environmental Consequences:

2014-2-22  Nuclear tests were conducted in all environments, namely in the atmosphere, underground, and underwater. Approximately 25 % (530 tests) were conducted in the atmosphere (or in a few cases under water) and 75 % in the underground (1517 tests), which are performed in almost 100 % of cases by the nuclear weapon states, and only in 0.3 % of cases by India, Pakistan, and North Korea/DPRK

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Reduced nitrogen in ecology and the environment ...

2007-11-1  Even though the environmental consequences of fertilizers are well recognized when it comes to nitrate pollution in groundwater (e.g. Van Grinsven et al., 2006), eutrophication of coastal waters and resulting hypoxia (e.g. Rabalais and Turner, 2001) and the N 2 O emissions contributing to climate change (e.g. Mosier et al., 1998), the effects ...

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A review on the environmental impacts of shipping on ...

2019-12-10  There are several environmental and ecological effects of shipping. However, these are rarely assessed in total in the scientific literature. Thus, the aim of this study was to summarize the different impacts of water-based transport on aquatic and nearshore ecosystems and to identify knowledge gaps and areas for future research.

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Environmental Impact of Chemical Deicers – A Review ...

Increased application of chemical deicers for winter maintenance has resulted in increased concentrations of deicer constituents in the environment. The runoffs from the deicing operation have a deteriorating effect on soil and water quality. But the degree of impact is localized and it depends on various climatic factors and can also be attributed to the type of salts used and their storage ...

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Environmental aesthetics: A synthetic review - Brady ...

2020-5-5  The environmental character of appreciating the natural world and humanly modified environments (e.g. parks, gardens, and agricultural landscapes) marks a significant contrast to the more object-centred approach typical of the arts, where paintings and sculptures are experienced as relatively static because they are bounded by a frame or by ...

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Current Assessment of the Effects of Environmental ...

2011-8-1  The use of this approach to screen environmental chemicals for MG toxicity is supported by parallels between MG effects induced in animal models and alterations in human MG health. Examples include altered timing of puberty, alterations in lactation (e.g., ability to lactate, quality and quantity of milk), and induction of mammary/breast cancer.

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Guidelines for Ecological Risk Assessment

2021-6-25  adverse ecological effects may occur or are occurring as a result of exposure to one or more stressors” (U.S. EPA, 1992a). It is a flexible process for organizing and analyzing data, information, assumptions, and uncertainties to evaluate the likelihood of adverse ecological effects

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Toxicological Review of Acrolein (CAS No. 107-02-8) (PDF)

2014-3-24  Environmental Information; and the Regional Offices. ... effects for both the respiratory system (portal-of-entry) and for effects peripheral to the ... 1998a), Draft Revised Guidelines for Carcinogen Assessment (U.S. EPA, 1999), Recommendations for and Documentation of Biological Values for Use in Risk Assessment (U.S.

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Impacts of Asymmetric Biotic Interactions and ...

2021-1-25  of species to environmental perturbations (Davis et al., 1998a; Davis et al., 1998b). Connell (1961) also, demonstrated empirically the combined effects of biotic interactions and environmental factors in shaping community assembly. Similarly, Park (1954) in experimental study illustrated the importance of interactions between biotic and abiotic

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Nuclear Weapons Tests and Environmental Consequences:

2014-2-22  Nuclear tests were conducted in all environments, namely in the atmosphere, underground, and underwater. Approximately 25 % (530 tests) were conducted in the atmosphere (or in a few cases under water) and 75 % in the underground (1517 tests), which are performed in almost 100 % of cases by the nuclear weapon states, and only in 0.3 % of cases by India, Pakistan, and North Korea/DPRK

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A review on the environmental impacts of shipping on ...

2019-12-10  There are several environmental and ecological effects of shipping. However, these are rarely assessed in total in the scientific literature. Thus, the aim of this study was to summarize the different impacts of water-based transport on aquatic and nearshore ecosystems and to identify knowledge gaps and areas for future research.

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DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY STUDY (DNT)

2021-6-25  consequences that may be quite unlike the chemical’s effects in an adult nervous system (Barone et al., 2000). For these reasons, regulatory agencies (OECD, 2007; US EPA, 1998a) have promulgated testing guidelines for developmental neurotoxicity (DNT). DNT refers to any

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Environmental Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment in

2021-4-25  Environmental impacts can occur during all the phases of a mining project, exploration, disposal of waste rock and overburden, ore processing and plant operation, tailings (processing wastes) management, infrastructure (access and energy) and construction of camps and towns.

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Environmental aesthetics: A synthetic review - Brady ...

2020-5-5  The environmental character of appreciating the natural world and humanly modified environments (e.g. parks, gardens, and agricultural landscapes) marks a significant contrast to the more object-centred approach typical of the arts, where paintings and sculptures are experienced as relatively static because they are bounded by a frame or by ...

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Environmental Aesthetics (Stanford Encyclopedia of

2007-1-29  Environmental aesthetics is a relatively new sub-field of philosophical aesthetics. It arose within analytic aesthetics in the last third of the twentieth century. Prior to its emergence, aesthetics within the analytic tradition was largely concerned with philosophy of art. Environmental aesthetics originated as a reaction to this emphasis ...

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