The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a global partnership between the scientific community and the general public and whose goal is to make freely available to anyone knowledge about all the world’s organisms.
Provides information on a variety of pollution issues, including sources of pollution; disposal; remediation; and the ethical, social and legal environment, as well as topics such as acid rain, cancer, noise pollution and zero growth population.
Covers important water science concepts and current issues and highlights major historical developments.
Print Reference Sources
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