Book Detail: Environmental Science
Course outlines: Environmental Science
- Scope and Importance of Environmental Studies
- Natural resources: Renewable and Non renewable resources. Land and Water
- Natural resources: forest, wildlife, energy and food resources
- Ecosystems: Definition, concept, structure and functions
- Producers, consumers and decomposers of an ecosystem. Energy flow in the ecosystem. Types of ecosystems
- Bio-diversity: Definition, classification, threats to biodiversity and its conservation
- Environmental pollution: Causes, effects and control of air
- Global warming and climate change
- Causes, effects and control of water and marine pollution
- Causes, effects and control of soil pollution
- Causes, effects and control of noise and thermal pollution
- Causes, effects and management of nuclear hazards and industrial wastes
- Disaster management, Floods, earthquakes, cyclones and land slides
- Social issues and the environment, unsustainable to sustainable development
- The Environment Protection Act, the Air Act, the water Act, the Wildlife Protection Act and Forest Conservation Act
- National and state level organizations – Environmental Laws and Acts – Environmental Education – CDM
- Woman and child welfare, HIV/AIDS and Role of information technology on environment and human health.
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