Hydrosphere

Hydrosphere

Freshwater Systems and Pollution

Book - 2008
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Earth is the water planet, but only a tiny amount of the planet's water is fresh and usable, and water pollution has become a monumental dilemma as we enter the 21st century. Though developed nations now regulate some pollutants and as a result their waterways are cleaner, new chemicals are increasingly being released into the environment, resulting in a toxic soup that may be causing cancers, development problems, and other concerns in people and wildlife. And besides pollution, overfishing and engineering projects are destroying freshwater ecosystems. Hydrosphere is a concise examination of the pressing issues affecting our water supply. This potently written and illustrated new book explains how society needs to adopt a precautionary principle in water matters by better understanding the consequences of their actions before, not after, those actions occur.
Publisher: New York : Chelsea House, c2008.
ISBN: 9780816062157
0816062153
Characteristics: 194 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.) ;,25 cm.

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