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    Hi
    I am currently doing my coursework on the migration of an exotic bird into the urban areas of London and one part of the coursework states that i should be able to :

    Identify two implications (ethical, social, environmental or economic) of the applied biology encountered within the context of the visit or issue researched.*


    Now i am struggling to understand what it actually means. Does it want me to give implication from the method used to collect the data or the implication that could rise from the suggested solution?

    If you need more info, my c.w is based on this experiment :

    http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct...l1HOktLYRS6ASw


    PLEASE SOMEONE PROVIDE ME WITH AN ANSWER!
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