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The Tundra Biome: Human Interaction

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Thomas Zombek

on 22 May 2013

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Towns, buildings, and roads must all be constructed for the mining crews to come in All the buildings, drills, & factories
inevitably lead to air pollution Human Interaction The Tundra Biome: This leads to industrialization Mining and oil rigs account for the biggest human impact in the tundra Continue To
Next Station Animals can also be poisoned when insecticides used to control insects are passed through the food chain OY!
I'm walkin' here! Trans-Alaska Pipeline System This oil pipeline runs 800 miles through the Alaskan tundra (click 'play') These smog clouds can contaminate lichen, which can poison grazing animals
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