Threats to biological diversity 2: Over exploitation. Lecturer: James Reeler Material by: Sam Hopkins. WHAT IS OVEREXPLOITATION?. Overexploitation is the use, by humans, of a natural resource to an extent that it is not sustainable. SUSTAINABLE HARVESTING.
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Threats to biological diversity2: Over exploitation
Lecturer: James Reeler
Material by: Sam Hopkins
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