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Air Pollution Unit 12: Air Pollution FYI Nature of the Atmosphere Thin layer of gases surrounding earth Density (air mass/air volume) is greater at sea.

a light is directed upward into the sky and lost to space. Examples: -lighting on billboards -poor-quality street lights -the lighting of building exteriors Light Pollution (cont’d) Solutions to light pollution: -shielding light so it is directed downward -using time controls so light is used only when needed -using low-pressure sodium sources, which are the most energy-efficient sources of light Human Pollution Video Noise Pollution/


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Chapter 12: Air. Review of atmospheric layers Our Objective for this chapter: Understand how humans have impacted the air that all living things need.

go away from the ocean Light Pollution Make SHS Observations Take a few minutes to walk outside of the school (weather permitting). Notice a minimum of three lights. Are they directional? Does the light shine down, or up/down/sideways? Make a few notes and be prepared to discuss when you return to class. Acid Rain pH is a measure of how acidic or basic a substance is Range of pH scale/


Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display. Air Quality Issues Chapter 16 14 th Edition A Study of Interrelationships.

attempt in the U.S. to protect the public health and welfare from detrimental noise. Many European countries do more to control noise than the U.S. does. Several European countries have developed quiet construction equipment in conjunction with strongly enforced noise ordinances. 77 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display. Summary The atmosphere has a tremendous ability to disperse pollutants. Carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, particulate matter/


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may come as a result of continuous exposure to sounds over 120 dB. NOISE POLLUTION LIGHT POLLUTION Light pollution does not present a direct hazard to human health, but it does negatively affect our environment. Light pollution does not present a direct hazard to human health, / Solutions to this problem: Solutions to this problem: Shielding light so it is directed downward Shielding light so it is directed downward Using time controls so that light is used only when needed Using time controls so that/


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a thermal inversion traps air pollution. Objectives Describe three possible short-term effects and long- term effects of air pollution on human health. Explain what causes indoor air pollution and how it can be prevented. Describe three human health problems caused by noise pollution. Describe solutions to energy waste caused by light pollution/ agreed to reduce acidic emissions that flowed across the Canada-U.S. boundary. More international agreements such as this may be necessary to control the acid/


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Chapter 25 Sustainable Cities.

methods are used for planning and controlling urban growth? How can cities be made more sustainable and more desirable places to live? Core Case Study: The /gain Increased greenhouse gas emissions Loss and fragmentation of wildlife habitats Noise pollution Decreased storage of surface water and groundwater Increased unemployment in central/. Place control over land-use planning in State hands. MAKING URBAN AREAS MORE SUSTAINABLE AND DESIREABLE PLACES TO LIVE There is a growing movement to create mixed/


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them for that brief time to lose focus. Instructor Questionnaire Q1. I would like to make my lecture a more productive learning environment for students Q2. I would like students to understand everything I discuss in my lecture Q3. During lectures, jet noise, highway noise, class/hallway noise, ventilation noise is/are a common distraction Q4. I would be interested in learning how I could help control noise distractions during my lectures Student/


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: a. COMPLAIN TO POLLUTION CONTROL b. COMPLAIN TO A MAGISTRATES’ COURT c. TAKE ACTION AT COMMON LAW d. MEDIATION A) Complaint TO POLLUTION CONTROL Who are they:  The Pollution Control team is the section of Bristol City Council dealing with an array of pollutions Law: Environmental Protection Act 1990, Section 80 Measure taken: If a noise nuisance is proved they can serve a nuisance abatement notice Evidence required: Noise diary (i.e. noting down when, for how long/


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. Noise Pollution can be defined as excess noise. 1. What is noise and how is it measured? a. Noise is the result of energy conversion to vibrations that are detected by instruments and our ears. b. Noise has various qualities such as frequency and amplitude. 2 b. Noise has various qualities such as frequency and amplitude. 2. Approaches to noise abatement a. Policy i. Most policies that deal with noise are local policies. ii. Noise Control/


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breathing and may eventually die of heart failure. Noise Pollution A sound of any kind is called a noise. However, some noises are unnecessary and can cause noise pollution. Health problems that can be caused by noise pollution include loss of hearing high blood pressure stress Noise can also cause loss of sleep, which may lead to decreased productivity at work and in the classroom. Noise Pollution A decibel is the most common unit used/


Chapter 23 Sustainable Cities. Chapter Overview Questions  How is the world’s population distributed between rural and urban areas, and what factors.

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Chapter 6: Air “ I thought I saw a blue jay this morning. But the smog was so bad that it turned out to be a cardinal holding its breath.” Michael J Cohen,

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1. Plan Definition Type aspects of pollution Causes Consequences How can we save the world 2.

local newspaper. Put up signs around your neighborhood. Do whatever you can to get the word out there. You and your friends might start a group that meets once a week. You can discuss issues and what you can do to help. Making a speech about preventing pollution can also get the word out. How you can save the world 29 Steps4 Stop using paper towels and other/


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social, familial or professional relationships and can intensify the development of mental disorders, among other numerous negative effects. NOISE Controlling this form of pollution has begun to become a priority in recent years, as science makes progress in establishing how much harm noise actually causes. In response to this issue; the European Commission adopted a directive on Environmental in July 2001 (COM (2000) 468). While the Commission’s proposal on/


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levels in the troposphere are too high, the only practical means of reducing them is to reduce the emissions of the precursor pollutants. A key question in VOC and NO x emission control: How much reduction in nitrogen oxide and organic emissions must be achieved to control ozone ? Indoor Air Pollution INDOOR AIR POLLUTION  Combustion by-products,  Volatile organic compounds (VOCs),  Radon,  Airborne bacteria and viruses,  Molds,  Allergens. Radon/


Types of pollution are- 1.Air Pollution. 2.Water Pollution. 3.Noise Pollution. 4.Land Pollution.

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Pollution 25-30% of your APES Exam. Air Pollution Primary pollutants are emitted directly into the air from natural sources such as volcanoes, mobile.

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Chapter 12 Air. Objectives Name five primary air pollutants, and give sources for each. Name five primary air pollutants, and give sources for each. Name.

a result of continuous exposure to sounds over 120 Db -permanent deafness may come as a result of continuous exposure to sounds over 120 Db How can noise pollution harm the environment? How can noise pollution harm the environment? E. Light Pollution Light pollution does not present a direct hazard to human health Light pollution does not present a direct hazard to/high-sulfur coal without pollution controls China still burns large amounts of high-sulfur coal without pollution controls China produces acid /


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Chapter 23 Sustainable Cities. Chapter Overview Questions  How is the world’s population distributed between rural and urban areas, and what factors.

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die of heart failure. AirSection 2 Noise Pollution A sound of any kind is called a noise. However, some noises are unnecessary and can cause noise pollution. Health problems that can be caused by noise pollution include –loss of hearing –high blood pressure –stress Noise can also cause loss of sleep, which may lead to decreased productivity at work and in the classroom. AirSection 2 Noise Pollution A decibel is the most common unit used/


Chapter 6: Air “ I thought I saw a blue jay this morning. But the smog was so bad that it turned out to be a cardinal holding its breath.” Michael J Cohen,

the genetic material in cells lining the air passages, leading to cancer, especially among smokers Noise Pollution A sound of any kind is called noise; however, some are unnecessary and can cause noise pollution (noise that affects human health and quality of life) Examples: /controls, using low- pressure sodium sources (most efficient source of light) 6.5: Acid Precipitation Suppose that one day you are hiking in the woods. You come to a lake and sit down to rest. You are looking at the lake, amazed at how/


Chapter 21 Real Property and Environmental Law.  What can a person who holds property in fee simple absolute with the property? Can a person who holds.

applies to major (substantial) defects if Landlord knew or should have known about & he had a reasonable time to repair.  To determine breach, Courts consider: Whether Tenant caused damage. How long defect/making significant decisions. Federal Regulation  National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Does not directly deal with pollution control. Require preparation of an environmental impact statement (EIS) when major federal action in the environment is to be undertaken.  Media Specific Pollution Control/


Chapter 23 Sustainable Cities. Chapter Overview Questions  How is the world’s population distributed between rural and urban areas, and what factors.

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AirSection 2 Chapter 12 Section 2 Air, Noise & Light Pollution.

2 Objectives Describe three possible short-term effects and long-term effects of air pollution on human health. Explain what causes indoor air pollution and how it can be prevented. Describe three human health problems caused by noise pollution. Describe solutions to energy waste caused by light pollution. AirSection 2 Air Pollution Air pollution can cause serious health problems, especially for people who are very young, very old, or/


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AirSection 2 Section 2: Air, Noise, and Light Pollution Preview Bellringer Objectives Air Pollution Short-Term Effects of Air Pollution on Health Long-Term.

AirSection 2 Objectives Describe three possible short-term effects and long-term effects of air pollution on human health. Explain what causes indoor air pollution and how it can be prevented. Describe three human health problems caused by noise pollution. Describe solutions to energy waste caused by light pollution. AirSection 2 Air Pollution Air pollution can cause serious health problems, especially for people who are very young, very old/


AirSection 1 Chapter 12 Air Section 1: What Cause Air Pollution?

Noise Pollution A sound of any kind is called a noise. However, some noises are unnecessary and can cause noise pollution. Health problems that can be caused by noise pollution include –loss of hearing –high blood pressure –stress Noise can also cause loss of sleep, which may lead to decreased productivity at work and in the classroom. AirSection 1 Noise Pollution A/ One problem in controlling acid precipitation is that pollutants may be released in one geographical area and fall to the ground hundreds of/


AirSection 2 Section 2: Air, Noise, and Light Pollution Preview Bellringer Objectives Air Pollution Short-Term Effects of Air Pollution on Health Long-Term.

of air pollution on human health. Explain what causes indoor air pollution and how it can be prevented. Describe three human health problems caused by noise pollution. Describe solutions to energy waste caused by light pollution. AirSection /a light is directed upward into the night sky and lost to space. Examples include lighting on billboards, poor-quality street lights, and the lighting of building exteriors. Solutions to this problem include shielding light so it is directed downward, using time controls/


What Causes Air Pollution? Air pollution is the contamination of the atmosphere by wastes from sources such as industrial burning and automobile exhausts.

of heart failure. Noise Pollution A sound of any kind is called a noise. However, some noises are unnecessary and can cause noise pollution. Health problems that can be caused by noise pollution include loss of hearing, high blood pressure, and stress. Noise can also have a negative impact on organisms on land and in the ocean. Loud sounds have caused whales and dolphins to become stranded on beaches. Noise Pollution A decibel is the most/


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pollution prevention and control measures to encourage rational use of scarce environmental resources and to avoid distortion in international trade is the so-called ‘polluter pays principle’. This means that the polluters should bear the expenses of carrying out remediation measures decided by the public authorities… First mentioned as a/argued the authorised noise level there unacceptable and government measures to minimise the noise to be insufficient. Held: Not a violation of Art 8 (right to private and /


How to improve the eco-efficiency of urban goods distribution Romeo Danielis - Università di Trieste Lucia Rotaris - Università di Trieste Edoardo Marcucci.

minimum impact on other urban activities and functions Decision-making with conflicting goals and uncertainty Local administrators takes decisions /to the status quo situation 1.Externalities A.environmental B.congestion 2.Insufficient consolidation 3.Inefficiencies in the supply chain 1A - Environmental externalities Pollution, noise/ fees Urban distribution Centers: volumes How to create volume: Authoritarian Total access /control system in BarcellonaBarcellona Shared reserved lanes in Barcellona Barcellona


The Westside Says “NO” To KCP&L’s 2 nd Electrical Substation Kansas City Power &Light (KCP&L) wants to erect a 2 nd electrical substation in the Westside.

jobs, etc. Self- determination and participation in decision-making are key components of environmental justice. The term pollution usually refers to human activities that harmfully affect the world around us. More often than not, it comes attached to other general terms related to the ecosystem, such as air pollution or ocean pollution, or to a human sense, such as noise pollution or light pollution. Westside Air Quality – it’s not just the/


Chapter 19: Air Pollution and Noise

on Air Pollution Air pollution levels in a region are affected by a number of /controls 19.4 lb CO2/gal gasoline; 22.2 lb/gal diesel 37 Diesel Particulate Filter Volkswagen Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Suspended particles are charged by electron field Particles travel to collection plate Plates are rapped to make PM fall to hoppers ~99% efficiency ceenve3.civeng.calpoly.edu/cota/ENVE411-ESP.html 19.5 Noise: The Forgotten Pollutant Sound is characterized by loudness (measured in decibels) and pitch (how/


How do you define the environment? Your environment is your surroundings. It includes all the living and nonliving things around you. EXAMPLES: home school.

NOISE POLLUTION  Hearing problems  Sleeping issues  Cardiovascular issues -blood pressure rises -stress related heart problems  Trouble communicating Many natural materials are nonrenewable resources- substances that cannot be replaced once they are used. CONSERVATION Conservation is the saving of resources. The best way to conserve a resource is to use less of it. Precycling is a conservation method used to/materials The best way for individuals to make a difference is to practice the three Rs:  Reduce/


How is the world’s population distributed between rural and urban areas and what factors determine how urban areas develop?  What are the major resource.

?  What methods are used for planning and controlling urban growth?  How can cities be made more sustainable and more desirable places to live?  People move to cities because “push” factors force them out of/ pollutants and noise  Spread infectious disease  Centers of crime and poverty, sometimes terrorism  Noise levels of some common sounds. Prolonged exposure to lower noise levels and occasional loud sounds can greatly increase internal stress.  Land availability determines whether a city/


11.3 Hearing 1 Hearing 11. 3. 11.3 Hearing 2 Hearing Hearing allows us to… communicate.

on weekdays. 11.3 Hearing 134 Noise control cImpose penalties on people who disturb neighbours by making noise during particular periods of time. 11.3 Hearing 135 Long term exposure to noise or loud sound may cause mental stress and hearing loss. Noise pollution 11.3 Hearing 136 We should protect our ears from noise. Noise pollution 11.3 Hearing 137 sound in the surroundings a collected by pinna 5 11.3/


Noise and You Why worry about noise? n Of all the pollution concerns: –Air,water,land, and noise; noise pollution is the one that has the potential for.

communicative health begins. n As a bagpiper I am acutely aware of the impact of noise on my well being. The average bagpipe generates 90-110 db. n It is important in any of our health arena’s that we make deliberate choices about how to protect ourselves. Music To Your Ears? Shhhhhh n How can we stop the constant bombardment to our ears and protect our over/


Noise & Air Quality NEPA Class September 2015 Office of Environmental Services Noel Alcala, PE, Noise and Air Quality Coordinator Noise & Air Quality NEPA.

PM2.5 Guidance Manual  Pre-coordination with agencies to discuss approach  Document coordination required with agencies  PI requirement- Provide Hot-spot analysis report on project’s website with comment period and make report available for review and comment at NEPA PI meeting 26 The primary mobile source of air pollution in the USA is what? A. Diesel trucks B. Automobiles C. Airplanes D. Lawn/


Introduction to Environmental Science Chapter 6: Human Population and Urbanization.

of reliable birth control allows women to space children and determines the number of children they bear. Factors that have caused a decline in death/pollutants Water pollutants Greenhouse gases Manufactured goods Noise Wealth Ideas MEXICO CITY CASE STUDY MEXICO CITY ●Large population ●Severe noise, water, and air pollution ●50% unemployment ●100,000 premature deaths per year ●3 million without sewer ●Fecal snow ●Geography contributes to air pollution ●Progress – tree planting and lower air pollution 6-6 HOW/


Chapter 21 Protecting the Environment. 2 Chapter Objectives 1. Identify common law actions available against polluters. 2. Describe the National Environmental.

Water Pollution Control Act of 1948, as amended by the Clean Water Act of 1972 17 Navigable Waters In 1972, amendments to the FWPCA established the following goals:  Make water safe for swimming  Protect fish and wildlife  Eliminate the discharge of pollutants into the/ of the permit. A knowing violation is a criminal offense that may result in a $50,000 fine, imprisonment for not more than a year, or both. An injunction may also be imposed. 21 Noise Pollution Regulated by the Noise Control Act of 1972. /


Air Pollution Air Pollution Notes Also At

air pollution? Why is noise pollution and light pollution a problem? TERMS: sick-building syndrome, asbestos, decibel. Section 3: Acid Precipitation GOALS: Explain how acid precipitation is caused Describe the impacts of acid precipitation Identify ways that the acid precipitation problems can be solved TERMS: acid precipitation, pH and acid shock pH Is a number scale used to measure how acidic or basic a substance is. Scale is 0 to 14/


Sustainable Cities. What Are the Major Population Trends in Urban Areas?  Urbanization continues to increase steadily and the numbers and sizes of urban.

no pollution Do not protect riders from bad weather Quiet Impractical for long trips Require little parking space Easy to maneuver in traffic Take few resources to make /a car or plane Causes noise and vibration for nearby residents How Important Is Urban Land Use Planning?  Urban land-use planning can help to reduce uncontrolled sprawl and slow the resulting degradation of air, water, land, biodiversity, and other natural resources. Smart Growth Works (1)  Smart growth Reduces dependence on cars Controls/


Environmental Health. How to Stay Informed About Environmental Issues.

Can Keep Noise at a Safe Level  Explain how noise affects health status  List and discuss ways to keep noise at a safe level  The sounds people hear are produced by sound waves  Sound waves are vibrations or movements of air  Pitch is the highness or lowness of sound  Amplitude is the loudness of sound  Decibel is a unit used to measure the loudness of sounds  Noise Pollution is a loud or/


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