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Title
Nature interrupted Nature interrupted :
Type
Text
Subject
Environmental chemistry--Juvenile literature.
Chemical reaction, Conditions and laws of--Juvenile literature.
Environmental chemistry.
Chemical reaction, Conditions and laws of
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
maps
Classification
LCC: TD193 .S75 2009 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2008007282
Summary
Our world is made up of interconnected systems. When one element changes, the entire system is affected, and nature must absorb the changes or be thrown out of balance. People often cause these environmental chain reactions through negative actions such as dumping chemical waste. But sometimes they are caused by a good ideas. It might start with a plan to get rid of disease causing insects or to fertilize soil to grow more crops. An environmental chain reaction can affect an area as small as a pond in a city park or as big as the whole planet. Nature requires a delicate balance, and it often takes just one small action to have far reaching effects.
Table Of Contents
The first link
Chain reactions large and small
Aliens and extinctions
What's in the water
A warming planet
New genes.
Authorized Access Point
Stille, Darlene R. Nature interrupted