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Pollution of Inland Waters; A case study of Fosu Lagoon, Ghana

Pollution of Inland Waters; A case study of Fosu Lagoon, Ghana

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Published by Davis Opoku
CHAPTER ONE

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INTRODUCTION/LITERATURE REVIEW

All cells, at least those that are metabolically active, contain approximately 85.95% water, it is therefore a truism to state that any environmental factor that affects, the activity , structure or physical state of water poses a threat to life in one s health. Oceans have historically been the dumping grounds for the wastes from society. Fortunately, this view has changed and regulations have become much more stringent, but the effects of the p
CHAPTER ONE

1.0

INTRODUCTION/LITERATURE REVIEW

All cells, at least those that are metabolically active, contain approximately 85.95% water, it is therefore a truism to state that any environmental factor that affects, the activity , structure or physical state of water poses a threat to life in one s health. Oceans have historically been the dumping grounds for the wastes from society. Fortunately, this view has changed and regulations have become much more stringent, but the effects of the p

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Published by: Davis Opoku on May 09, 2011
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