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close this bookTeacher's Guide on Basic Environmental Health (WHO, 1999, 327 p.)
close this folderPart Two: Sample learning activities
close this folderChapter 11: Transboundary and global health concerns
View the document11.1. Question “can” (sample terms and concepts)1

11.1. Question “can” (sample terms and concepts)1

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(Note to instructor: For guidelines on how to conduct the “Question Can” exercise, see page 32.)

Global ecological changes

Greenhouse effect

Refugees

Fossil underground water

Geneva Protocol

Arthropod-borne viral diseases

Guerrilla warfare

Ecological succession

Ecological vandalism

Biodiversity

Ozone depletion

Acid precipitation

Scorched-earth strategies

The Basel Convention

Hague Declaration

Post traumatic stress syndrome

Nuclear winter

Natural disasters

Land mines

Global warming

Stratosphere

Algal biotoxins

Tropospheric ozone accumulation

Tickborne diseases

Montreal Protocol

Desertification

Bio-prospecting