Basics Of Environment And Ecology (as Per New Syllabus, B. by Anubha Kaushik; C.P. Kaushik

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1. Project proposal characterization Screening and scoping EIA exempted Rapid EIA Comprehensive EIA Public participation Base line data Impact identification Impact prediction and evaluation Mitigation measures Draft EIS Review Final EIS Decision making Approval Rejection · Monitoring · Redesign · Revise · Management · Audit · Resubmit · Resubmit Modification Fig. 1. EIA methodology f low-chart. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 31 (i) Screening is done to see whether the project needs an EIA for clearance or not.

Enteritis is caused by bacterium (Clostridium perfringens). The small intestine develops inflammation which results in loss of appetite, abdominal cramps and diarrhoea. Typhoid is also a bacterial disease caused by (Salmonella typhi). The symptoms include headache, weakness, fever, rashes and sometime bleeding in intestines. Infectious hepatitis is caused by virus (Hepatitis virus A). In this disease jaundice is caused due to liver inflammation. Other symptoms include headache, nausea, vomitting and loss of appetite.

The amount of energy used to produce a unit weight of a material is called ......... energy. (B) CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 1. ‘Blue baby syndrome’ is caused by contamination of water due to: (a) Phosphates (b) Sulphur (c) Arsenic (d) Nitrates. 2. Eutrophicated lakes are characterised by: (a) Hydrophytes (b) Algal blooms (c) Froth and foam (d) Black colour. 3. Over-irrigation without proper drainage leads to: (a) Water logging (b) Salinization (c) Both a and b (d) None of these. 4. Soils rich in carbonates and bicarbonates are (a) Saline (b) Acidic (c) Sodic (d) All of these.

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