5 edition of Biological environmental impact studies found in the catalog.
Biological environmental impact studies
Diana Valiela Ward
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Diana Valiela Ward.|
|LC Classifications||QH545.A1 W37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||78010595|
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2. - Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Auditing (EA) - Goals of EIA and EA. EIA goals. Environmental Impact Assessment is a tool designed to identify and predict the impact of a project on the bio-geophysical environment and on man's health and well-being, to interpret and communicate information about the impact, to analyze site and process alternatives and provide. negative impacts of environmental or associated social nature. EIA is a tool for decision-makers to identify potential environmental impacts of proposed projects, to evaluate alternative approaches, and to design and incorporate appropriate prevention, mitigation, management and monitoring measures. Environmental impact assessment.
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Table of contents 1 - Environmental Impact Analysis. Pages 1 - 20 3 - Modeling the System. Pages 54 - 80 4 - The Field Experiment. 5 - Laboratory Studies. Pages - 6 - Some Examples. Pages - 7 - Conclusions. Biological Environmental Impact Studies: Theory and Methods explains how. Biological Environmental Impact Studies: Theory and Methods Paperback – Novem by Diana Valiela Ward (Author) › Visit Amazon's Diana Valiela Ward Page.
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Cited by: Biological Environmental Impact Studies: Theory and Methods explains how an environmental impact study aimed at predicting biological changes can be approached and accomplished. It explores environmental impact studies from an ecosystem function point of view and highlights ecological tools and guidelines for use in biological studies in the context of environmental impact Edition: 1.
Biological Environmental Impact Studies: Theory and Methods explains how an environmental impact study aimed at predicting biological changes can be approached and accomplished. It explores environmental impact studies from an ecosystem function point of view and highlights ecological tools and guidelines for use in biological studies in the context of environmental impact assessment.
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