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Will we be Fishless?: Part IV

Whatever we humans do to counteract something which is troublesome, we seem to end up in a cycle of harm which we never intended. Glasgow’s main river is the Clyde. Glasgow has been the location for heavy industries since the … Continue reading

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Salts: global trade and mining

Salts are mined to meet the need of humans, and these needs are many. Phosphates, for example, are needed by present day intensive farming for fertiliser for quality crops and animal feeds which contain minerals ‘essential’ for the development of … Continue reading

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