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Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships, 8/e
Eldon Enger, Delta College
Bradley F. Smith, Western Washington University

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Chapter 1: Environmental Interrelationships
Chapter 2: Environmental Ethics
Chapter 3: Risk and Cost: Elements of Decision Making
Chapter 4: Interrelated Scientific Principles: Matter, Energy, and Environment
Chapter 5: Interactions: Environment and Organisms
Chapter 6: Kinds of Ecosystems and Communities
Chapter 7: Population Principles
Chapter 8: Human Population Issues
Chapter 9: Energy and Civilization: Patterns of Consumption
Chapter 10: Energy Sources
Chapter 11: Nuclear Energy: Benefits and Risks
Chapter 12: Human Impact on Resources and Ecosystems
Chapter 13: Land-Use Planning
Chapter 14: Soil and Its Uses
Chapter 15: Agricultural Methods and Pest Management
Chapter 16: Water Management
Chapter 17: Air Quality Issues
Chapter 18: Solid Waste Management and Disposal
Chapter 19: Regulating Hazardous Materials
Chapter 20: Environmental Policy and Decision Making