The bottom of Onondaga Lake in upstate New
York contains large amounts of pollutants. One
proposal to clean the lake bottom requires that
the pollutants be removed and stored nearby.
People who live near the proposed storage sites
are opposed to this plan. The officials who must
decide on the proposal will examine both the
benefits and risks of the plan. The decision made
by the officials will most likely involve
(1) increased industrialization
(2) direct harvesting
(3) an increase in finite resources
(4) consideration of trade-offs

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