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General Knowledge :: Environment Science

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Phytoplanktons are the members of;

A. Grassland ecosystem.
B. Desert ecosystem.
C. Forest ecosystem.
D. Aquatic ecosystem.


Syringes are examples of

A. Industrial wastes.
B. Biomedical wastes.
C. Domestic wastes.
D. Radioactive wastes.


Silviculture is the management of-

A. Rivers.
B. Lakes.
C. Hills.
D. Forests.


Minamata diseasse are first detected in;

A. Mexico.
B. Japan.
D. India.


Taj Mahal is threatened due to;

A. Sulphur dioxide.
B. Carbon dioxide.
C. Carbon monoxide.
D. Water vapour.