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Which of these is an indirect value of biodiversity? A. Provision of consumable resources B. Prevention of soil erosion C. Agricultural value D. Medicinal value
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User: Which of these is an indirect value of biodiversity? A. Provision of consumable resources B. Prevention of soil erosion C. Agricultural value D. Medicinal value

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Prevention of soil erosion is an indirect value of biodiversity.
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