Ppt on air water and land pollution

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+ Increased emission of air and water pollutant + Increased affluence + Considerable pressure on the natural resource base and environment + Environmental Consequences Grassland degradation Soil erosion Overgrazing Salinization Water pollution and shortage Freshwater Groundwater depletion Oceans Loss of biodiversity – increase in invasive species Chinas environmental problems are among the most severe of any major country and are getting worse: Air pollution Land Degradation Cropland losses Desertification/


Chapter 7 Environmental geoscience  7.1 Characteristics, status and role of environmental geoscience  7.2 Combined system of human - earths environment.

and atmospheric water is the main process of material exchange on the surface of ocean-gas. Interaction of ocean and gas a. Material exchange. Stream flow into the ocean will carry sediment from the land into the sea. Meanwhile, nutrients and pollutants in the land such as N2, P, and other compounds will be discharged into the ocean. b. Momentum exchange. In the littoral zone alternating of ocean and land/


Chapter 14 Resource Issues By Eugene Stanton.

Climate Exchange opened in 2003 to promote reduction of greenhouse gases. Increasing Environmental Capacity The second way to handle pollution is to increase environmental capacity to accept waste discharges. The capacity of air, water, and land to accept waste is not fixed, but varies among places and at different times.. A deep, fast-flowing river has a greater capacity to absorb wastewater than a shallow, slow/


Major Environmental Legislation Affecting Livestock Agriculture in the US Year Land Water Air Biodiversity 1901 USDA establishes grazing regulations in.

Taylor Grazing Act 1935 Soil Conservation Service established 1969 ------------National Environmental Protection Act---------------- 1970 Clean Air Act 1972 Clean Water Act 1973 Endangered Species Act 1974 25-year, 24 hour rainfall discharge requirement Year Land Water Air Biodiversity 1976 Definition of CAFO’s as sources of point source pollution 1980 Comprehensive Environmental and Liability Act (CERCLA) 1985 Food Security Act establishes Conservation Reserve Program 1987 Agriculture exempted/


Earth’s Resources Chap. 25 Resources Land Resources Air Resources Water Resources Notes: Quizzes: Section Assessments Practice Test Questions.

Land Resources Air Resources Water/Air pollution Condition in which pollutants in the air become harmful to human health. III. Air pollution A.Natural III. Air pollution A.Natural III. Air pollution A.Natural B.Man-made (anthropogenic) III. Air pollution A.Natural B.Man-made (anthropogenic) C.Indoor air pollution Indoor Air Pollution III. Air pollution A.Natural B.Man-made (anthropogenic) C.Indoor air pollution/ Freshwater IV. Managing Freshwater A.Dams and Reservoirs capture water. This may be used for... IV/


What is pollution ??? Pollution is the introduction of a contaminant into the environment. It is created mostly by human actions, but can also be a result.

life. Why are the different types of pollution? Pollution harms the Earth’s environment and its inhabitants in many ways. The three main types of pollution are: Land Pollution Air Pollution Water Pollution Land Pollution Land pollution is pollution of the Earth’s natural land surface by industrial, commercial, domestic and agricultural activities. What are the sources of land pollution? Some of the main contributors to land pollution are: Chemical and nuclear plants Industrial factories Oil refineries Human/


Air Pollution, Climate Disruption, and Ozone Depletion

match or exceed those of Europe, Japan, and China. Regulating emissions from motorcycles and two-cycle gasoline engines more strictly. Setting much stricter air pollution regulations for airports and oceangoing ships in U.S. waters. Sharply reducing indoor air pollution. We can use the marketplace to reduce outdoor air pollution Allow producers of air pollutants to buy and sell government air pollution shares in the marketplace. The Clean Air Act of 1990 authorized an emissions trading/


Subject : English. Topic : PROTECT the ENVIRONMENT. Class : VII/I

is important that education of light pollution and its consequences are stepped up and taught in all schools, just as water, land and air pollution. This page is worked by Paula Nuzi. This page is worked by Paula Nuzi . LAND POLLUTION Land pollution is the deterioration (destruction) of the earth’s land surfaces, often directly or indirectly as a result of man’s activities and their misuse of land resources. It occurs when waste is/


Earth Science 4.3 Water, Air, Land Resources

an important issue. There are two types of water pollution Point Source Pollution Nonpoint Source Pollution Point Source Pollution Point source pollution is pollution that comes from a known and specific location Nonpoint Source Pollution Nonpoint source pollution does not have a specific point of origin. Runoff, the water that flows over the land rather than seeping into the ground, often carries nonpoint source pollution Runoff can carry waste oil from streets, sediment/


Spreading of Pollution  Catalyst  Which pollutant causes depletion of the ozone layer? What is one negative effect of ozone layer depletion?  Which.

! Objectives By the end of today, all SWBAT...  Explain how pollution in one area (air, land, or water) negatively affects life in the other two  Explain why we must keep our air, water, AND land pollution-free Agenda  Catalyst Review  Quiz Mastery  Quiz Review – Questions 7 and 14  Pollution Spreads: Key Points  Stations  Mini-project  Exit Question SE 6: Ozone depletion and acid rain 563.3 SE 7: Illustrate the flow of/


Air, Water and Land Pollution Chapter 5: Investigating the Environment Copyright © 2009 by DBS.

Air, Water and Land Pollution Chapter 5: Investigating the Environment Copyright © 2009 by DBS Contents Monitoring Types of monitoring Sampling methods Modeling of environmental dispersion Duration and extent of survey Prerequisites for monitoring Remote sensing Monitoring: A Systematic Investigation of the Environment Existence and concentration of substances in the environment is found via measurement Single measurements not very useful…why? Environment is variable (sampling strategy needs to account/


CHAPTER 20 & 21 Our Impact on Land, Water, and Air.

. Sources of Water Pollution Section 1: Water Pollution  When you flush a toilet or take a shower, the water that goes into drains, called sewage, contains human waste, household detergents, and soaps. Sources of Water Pollution Section 1: Water Pollution  One way to reduce water pollution is by treating water before it enters a stream, lake, or river.  Disposing of wastes safely and conserving water are the best ways to decrease water pollution. Reducing Water Pollution Section 2: Air Pollution  The/


Solutions and Pollution Brenna Searcy. Essential Question  How do foreign substances cause pollution?

mix with air, water or soil making a toxic solution  Air pollution, water pollution, land pollution  Carpool, plant trees  Use non-toxic cleaners  Recycle, reduce, reuse  Foreign particles mix with air, water or soil making a toxic solution  Air pollution, water pollution, land pollution  Carpool, plant trees  Use non-toxic cleaners  Recycle, reduce, reuse Standard  5-4.8 Explain how the mixing and dissolving of foreign substances is related to the pollution of the water, air, and soil. Resources/


SNIST/Biotech/Ravindra/ES/41 Environmental Pollution Unit - 5 Dr. P. Ravindra Babu, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biotechnology, Sreenidhi Institute of.

materials to the physical environment (air, water, and land ) making it less fit or unfit for life. Pollution is an undesirable change in the physical, chemical or biological characteristics of our air, land, and water that may or will harmfully affect human life or that of desirable species, our industrial processes, living conditions, and cultural assets (Odum, 1971). SNIST/Biotech/Ravindra/ES/43 Definition: Air pollution Air pollution may be defined as the presence/


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 13e CHAPTER 13: Energy. Core Case Study: Amory Lovins and the Rocky Mountain Institute (1) 1984: home and office building in Snowmass,

price encourages waste and discourages search for alternatives Pollutes air when produced and burned Releases CO 2 when burned Can cause water pollution Ample supply for 42–93 years Low cost High net energy yield Easily transported within and between countries Low land use Technology is well developed Efficient distribution system Trade-Offs Conventional Oil Advantages Oil Sand Oil sand ( tar sand ): mixture of clay, water and bitumen Bitumen : thick/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

land at a rate 4x faster that population growth Wallace Stegner “We simply need … wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive to its edge and look in. For it can be a means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope” Air Pollution Top ten most polluted/more over next 10 years; tens of thousands injured persistent water and soil contamination persistent water and soil contamination Indian government extradition request for Warren Anderson Indian /


Populations and the use of Natural Resources Chapter 27.

nonpoint sources of water pollution include: Rainwater that has absorbed air pollutants or has become acidic. Rainwater that has absorbed air pollutants or has become acidic. Dissolved pesticides and fertilizers from farms and lawns. Dissolved pesticides and fertilizers from farms and lawns. Runoff from roads and parking lots that includes oil, gasoline, and other chemicals. Runoff from roads and parking lots that includes oil, gasoline, and other chemicals. Water Pollution Pollution of Groundwater – A/


1 E-PRTR- General overview and principal CEMSA Workshop (27 th - 28 th of February 2013, Tirana) 27.02. 2013 M.Sc. Magdalena Trajkovska Trpevska Air Emission.

in further aggregations of the data to the main Annex I activity given by the operator.  ANNEX I E-PRTR ANNEX I E-PRTR 34 Releases to air, water and land  Operators shall report releases to air, water and land of any pollutant specified in Annex II to the E-PRTR Regulation for which the applicable threshold value specified in Annex II is exceeded.  All release data have to/


Water Management https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html.

with the World Bank to address industrial water pollution by providing technical assistance and mentoring to the 50 worst industrial polluters which represent 95% of the total effluent https://store.theartofservice.com/the-water-management-toolkit.html Integrated urban water management in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1 Recent history in Buenos Aires urban water management is notable for its move to privatization of the water and sanitation systems https://store.theartofservice.com/


Chemical Engineering Design Feasibility Study Site Selection - Plant Layout and environmental issue - Site Location.

Impact Air pollutionAir pollution Water PollutionWater Pollution Hazardous WasteHazardous Waste Waste MinimizationWaste Minimization Chemical Engineering Design 1972 Federal Water Pollution Control Act (“Clean Water Act” 33 U.S.C. ss/1251 et seq., 1977 ) Achieve clean water for swimming, boating, and protecting fish and wildlife by 1983 Achieve clean water for swimming, boating, and protecting fish and wildlife by 1983 Amended 1977 and 1987 with focus on toxics and water quality Amended 1977 and 1987/


The Water Planet 4.3 Water, Air, and Land Resources  Each day, people use fresh water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and growing food.

the Air Major Primary Pollutants and Their Sources Land Resources 4.3 Water, Air, and Land Resources  Earth’s land provides soil and forests, as well as mineral and energy resources  Damage to Land Resources 500,000 Mines in US produce many mineral resources, but mines are destroying, soil, vegetation, and Earth’s contours. Mines also cause soil erosion and pollution that contaminates soil and water and destroys ecosystems. Surface Mining Destroys Earth’s Surface Land Resources 4.3 Water, Air, and Land/


UN-HABITAT United Nations Human Settlements Programme Regional Office for Africa and the Arab States Rapid Urban Sector Profiling for Sustainability (RUSPS)

Italy, Belgium, and the Nether-lands as well as Cities Alliance, the World Bank, and the German Association /air and water pollution and solid waste accumulation. Menoufiya Governorate efforts to address the pollution problems could be considered one of the best practices, although more work and coordination is still needed. The proliferation of workshops inside Menouf city causes considerable air and noise pollution from which city inhabitants suffer. URBAN ENVIRONMENT ISSUES  High rates of air pollution/


Conservation and Pollution. Essential Questions How do I identify distinguish, and correct effects of pollution? What are the effects of pollution on.

new sources for food Severe soil erosion in a wheat field near Washington State University. Some farmers terrace their land so gravity andland slides” will not erode away land Pollution Summary There are many ways to pollute the water, air, and land. Pollution is caused by many different things. Pollution hurts us all – directly and indirectly –Interferes with the food chain –Interferes with organisms’ habitats Conservation Conservation is one way to reduce/


Geologic Resources: Nonrenewable Mineral and Energy Resources.

Mining Disturbed land; mining accidents; health hazards; mine waste dumping; oil spills and blowouts; noise; ugliness; heat Solid wastes; radioactive material; air, water, and soil pollution; noise; safety and health hazards; ugliness; heat Processing transportation, purification, manufacturing Use transportation or transmission to individual user, eventual use, and discarding Noise; ugliness thermal water pollution; pollution of air, water, and soil; solid and radioactive wastes; safety and health hazards/


The main source, ways and extent of environmental pollution. Sources of pollution in medicine and pharmaceutical industry. Аuthor: Lototska O.V.

have a negative impact on the health and living conditions of human Socio-economic conditions Labor Way of life Education of children Nutritio n Factors Здоров’я людини Che mical Psyc hoge nic Physi cal Biolo gical Factor is the reason, the driving force of any process * TYPES OF POLLUTION *. Water Pollution *. Air Pollution *. Land Pollution *. Noise Pollution *. Thermal Pollution *. Electro Pollution *. Visual Pollution Types of actions of environmental factors on the/


Air Pollution, Climate Disruption, and Ozone Depletion Chapter 15.

match or exceed those of Europe, Japan, and China. –Regulating emissions from motorcycles and two-cycle gasoline engines more strictly. –Setting much stricter air pollution regulations for airports and oceangoing ships in U.S. waters. –Sharply reducing indoor air pollution. We can use the marketplace to reduce outdoor air pollution Allow producers of air pollutants to buy and sell government air pollution shares in the marketplace. The Clean Air Act of 1990 authorized an emissions trading/


Environment - Friendly Potential Projects for Orissa Presented on the Occasion of First Prabasi Utkal Divas And Annual OSA Symposium on Orissa Development.

Ratio Max. 25 4. Boron Max. 2mg/l Present Pollution Status (Air / Water) Runoff from non-point sources (construction sites, agril lands, roads, forest activities etc) are released without treatment Runoff from non-point sources (construction sites, agril lands, roads, forest activities etc) are released without treatment Critical Air Polluted Areas and Polluted Water bodies remain on attended Critical Air Polluted Areas and Polluted Water bodies remain on attended Steps already taken CPCB & OSPCB monitor/


Unit 9 Lesson 5 Protecting Earth’s Water, Land, and Air Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

9 Lesson 5 Protecting Earth’s Water, Land, and Air Into Thin Air Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company How can we reduce air pollution? There are many ways we can reduce air pollution. Everybody can help reduce air pollution in many different ways. Energy conservation is one of the most important ways to reduce air pollution. Unit 9 Lesson 5 Protecting Earth’s Water, Land, and Air How can we reduce air pollution? Fossil fuels are the most/


Earth’s Natural Resources Chapter 4  Energy and Mineral Resources  Alternative Energy Resources  Wind, Air, and Land Resources  Protecting Resources.

… Disadvantages List… Water, Air, and Land Resources Nearly 71% of Earth’s surface is water!  About 2% fresh water  1.6% of fresh water is ice at the poles  Less than 1% of Earth’s fresh water is usable Nearly 71% of Earth’s surface is water!  About 2% fresh water  1.6% of fresh water is ice at the poles  Less than 1% of Earth’s fresh water is usable Water Pollution  There/


Save the World A WebQuest Created for 3 rd Graders Created By: Ashlyn Grummer, Tracey King, and Christian Smith In Association with ED 630 Introduction.

You will gather information, by visiting various websites on the prevention of pollution on the land, air, and water. Then you will create a Super Hero Brochure sharing how to save our planet from pollution. The brochure will have three sections: 1. Each section will include the type of pollution 2. Each section will have a pollution Superhero mascot 3. Each section will have at least five ways/


Objectives: *State the sources and effects of air pollution such as SO 2, CO 2 and CH 4 **State the sources and effects of some water pollutants ***Describe.

Five types of Pollution Air Pollution Air Pollution Water Pollution Water Pollution Noise Pollution Noise Pollution Land Pollution Land Pollution Radio Active Pollution Radio Active Pollution OVER VIEW Introduction Causes Effects Prevention What is Atmosphere Atmosphere is the life blanket of Earth. It is therefore essential that we know more about the atmosphere and the ways in which it is Polluted. Causes of Air Pollution Major sources of Air Pollution - Industries -Automobiles and Domestic fuels -High/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION By Mr.C.R.Girish, Dept of Chemical Engg, MIT.

cubic meter air = 1000 liters air WATER POLLUTION Water PollutionWater is the essential element that makes life on earth possible.  Without water there would be no life.  We usually take water for granted. It flows from our taps when they are turned on. Most of us are able to bathe when we want to, swim when we choose and water our gardens. Like good health, we ignore water when we have/


General Information Air Pollution, Climate Change and Ozone Depletion.

right in the N. Hemisphere and to the left in the S.Hemisphere. Wind Convection Currents Global air circulation is affected by the properties of air water, and land. Figure 5-5 Convection Cells Heat and moisture are distributed over the /. Air Pollution is a Big Killer Spatial distribution of premature deaths from air pollution in the United States. Figure 19-16 PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: /


Human Impact on the Earth. Water Water Air Air Land Land.

Human Impact on the Earth Water Water Air Air Land Land Our Water Resources The water cycle is the continuous movement of water above, on, and below the Earth’s surface. It includes: The water cycle is the continuous movement of water above, on, and below the Earth’s surface. It includes: Precipitation Precipitation RunoffRunoff EvaporationEvaporation CondensationCondensation Our Water Resources Pollution is the introduction of harmful substances into the environment. Pollution is the introduction of /


Pollution. Types of Pollution There are two types of pollution sources: Point Source Non-point Source Pollution can affect air, water, & soil/land.

compounds in the atmosphere. Ground-level Ozone Air Pollution Pathways Land Pollution Land pollution is the degradation or destruction of earth’s surface and soil, directly or indirectly as a result of human activities. Causes of Land Pollution: Deforestation & Soil Erosion Agricultural Activities Mining Activities Industrialization Overfilled Landfills Construction Activities Nuclear Waste Sewage Treatment Pollution of soil, air, and water Change in Climate Patterns Environmental Impacts like Global/


The Water Cycle In this presentation you will: explore the stages of the water cycle ClassAct SRS enabled.

out carbon dioxide, while plants produce oxygen. These gases are released into the atmosphere, affecting the composition of the air. C. Living organisms also produce other gases as waste products. For example, a significant amount of methane is/ As run-off water flows over agricultural land, some of these chemicals, as well as waste products excreted by livestock, may dissolve in the water and enter the water supply. The Water Cycle 15 Which of the following are sources of water pollution? Question A) Sewage/


General Information Air Pollution, Climate Change and Ozone Depletion.

right in the N. Hemisphere and to the left in the S.Hemisphere. Wind Convection Currents Global air circulation is affected by the properties of air water, and land. Figure 5-5 Convection Cells Heat and moisture are distributed over the /. Air Pollution is a Big Killer Spatial distribution of premature deaths from air pollution in the United States. Figure 19-16 PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: /


Air Pollution, Climate Disruption, and Ozone Depletion Chapter 15.

match or exceed those of Europe, Japan, and China. –Regulating emissions from motorcycles and two-cycle gasoline engines more strictly. –Setting much stricter air pollution regulations for airports and oceangoing ships in U.S. waters. –Sharply reducing indoor air pollution. We can use the marketplace to reduce outdoor air pollution Allow producers of air pollutants to buy and sell government air pollution shares in the marketplace. The Clean Air Act of 1990 authorized an emissions trading/


DZERZINSK, RUSSIA Potentially affected people: 300,000 Type of pollutants: Chemicals and toxic byproducts from Cold War-era chemical weapons.

polluted cities with residents claiming that they literally choke on coal dust in the evenings, according to a BBC report. China’s urgent need for coal has led to the development of hundreds of often illegal and unregulated coal mines, steel factories and tar refineries which have diverted water and parched the land/, non-ferrous and ferrous metallurgies, coupled with pollution from transportation has rendered the air and water extremely polluted. Volgograd obtains its drinking water supplies from the/


1 SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA: GEOGRAPHIC UNDERSTANDINGS SS7G9 The student will locate selected features in southern and eastern Asia a.Locate on a world.

runs south from China through Myanmar (MEE-ahn-mar or my-AHN-mar), formerly Burma, Thailand (TIE-land), Laos (lous), Cambodia, and finally, Vietnam, where it empties into the South China Sea. It’s the longest river in southeast Asia/argument that the expenses of health problems tied to air pollution are far greater than those industries and activities that contribute to the pollution. 45 The impact of environmental and health problems related to air and water pollution take many years to show up in the /


Air Human beings need quality air for health and well-being.

air and water pollution Sources of water pollution Bridge construction and riverbank corrections can cause changes in river flows and groundwater levels. Sources of water pollution Petroleum-product and chemical spills destroy aquatic ecosystems. Sources of water pollution Many towns do not posses wastewater treatment facilities. Direct wastewater discharges into rivers destroy aquatic ecosystems. Sources of water pollution Rivers are often polluted by sewage and land runoffs Sources of water pollution/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION. Pollution Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into an environment that causes instability, disorder, harm or discomfort.

Air pollution Air pollution Water pollution Water pollution Land or soil pollution Land or soil pollution Noise pollution Noise pollution Thermal pollution Thermal pollution Marine pollution Marine pollution Nuclear pollution Nuclear pollution AIR POLLUTION Air pollution is the presence of contaminants in atmosphere in quantities such that it is injurious to human, plant animal life and property. Sources of air pollution : – Natural sources : Volcanic eruption, forest fires, biological decay. – Manmade/


1 SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA: GEOGRAPHIC UNDERSTANDINGS SS7G9 The student will locate selected features in southern and eastern Asia a.Locate on a world.

runs south from China through Myanmar (MEE-ahn-mar or my-AHN-mar), formerly Burma, Thailand (TIE-land), Laos (lous), Cambodia, and finally, Vietnam, where it empties into the South China Sea. It’s the longest river in southeast Asia/argument that the expenses of health problems tied to air pollution are far greater than those industries and activities that contribute to the pollution. 45 The impact of environmental and health problems related to air and water pollution take many years to show up in the /


Water Quality & General Types of Water Pollution.

to treat sewage Use natural resources far more efficiently Use natural resources far more efficiently Reduce flow of pollution from land Reduce flow of pollution from land Land-use Land-use Air pollution Air pollution Linked to energy and climate policy Linked to energy and climate policy How Can We Deal with Water Pollution? Controlling Sources of Pollution Point Sources Point Sources Ban phosphate detergents Ban phosphate detergents Sewage-treatment improvements Sewage-treatment improvements Nonpoint/


Introduction Principles that govern the Reactions, Transport, Effects and Fate of chemical Species in air, water, soil, and Living Environment. Atmospheric.

Introduction Principles that govern the Reactions, Transport, Effects and Fate of chemical Species in air, water, soil, and Living Environment. Atmospheric reactions eg. Ozone chemistry in the Troposphere and Stratosphere. Organic chemicals. Pesticides, non-pesticides. Chemistry of natural water pollution Reactions, transport, effects and fates of chemical species in water principles of water purification. Toxic heavy metals, hazardous and municipal waste contamination. In the living environment we shall /


APES I.Mining Law of 1872 – encouraged mineral exploration and mining. 1. First declare your belief that minerals on the land. Then spend $500 in improvements,

Mining Disturbed land; mining accidents; health hazards; mine waste dumping; oil spills and blowouts; noise; ugliness; heat Solid wastes; radioactive material; air, water, and soil pollution; noise; safety and health hazards; ugliness; heat Processing transportation, purification, manufacturing Use transportation or transmission to individual user, eventual use, and discarding Noise; ugliness thermal water pollution; pollution of air, water, and soil; solid and radioactive wastes; safety and health hazards/


Rasha El Kholy. 1.Introduction Concepts and Terminologies 2. Pollution 3. Global Environmental Issues CURRICULUM CONTENTS Rasha El Kholy.

media surrounding humans it involves (animals, microorganisms, air, water and land) ENVIRONMENT Rasha El Kholy ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Environmental engineering is the application of science and engineering principles to improve the environment (air, water, and land), to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms. Environmental engineering involves natural resources pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health issues. Rasha El Kholy ENVIRONMENTAL/


1 1 Environmental Science Air Pollution Global climate change Stratospheric ozone depletion Urban air pollution Acid deposition Outdoor pollutants Indoor.

Soil Erosion Loss of fertility Salinization Waterlogging Desertification Air Pollution Greenhouse gas emissions from fossil Fuel issue Other air pollutants from fossil fuel use Pollution from pesticide sprays Water Water waste Aquifer depletion Increased runoff and flooding from land cleared to grow crops Sediment pollution from erosion Fish kills from pesticide runoff Surface and groundwater pollution from pesticides and fertilizers Overfertilization of lakes and slow-moving rivers from runoff of nitrates/


Pollutants. What is a Pest? Unwanted insect, plant or animal causing disease or damage. Unwanted insect, plant or animal causing disease or damage.

Pollen Pollen Pets Pets Air, Water and Soil Pollution Units 4 and 5 Criteria air pollutants CO CO Lead Lead Nitrogen oxides Nitrogen oxides Ozone Ozone Sulfur dioxide Sulfur dioxide Particulate matter Particulate matter Greenhouse effect… What is it? What is it? Concerns? Concerns? Water pollution… Ocean pollution Ocean pollution Freshwater pollution Freshwater pollution Agricultural run-off Agricultural run-off Groundwater pollution Groundwater pollution Land pollution… Anthropogenic sources---- Mining/


Shastha Ramdhan & Rhonda Latchman. 1. Land Pollution Land Pollution 2. Water Pollution Water Pollution 3. Noise Pollution Noise Pollution 4. Air Pollution.

Shastha Ramdhan & Rhonda Latchman 1. Land Pollution Land Pollution 2. Water Pollution Water Pollution 3. Noise Pollution Noise Pollution 4. Air Pollution Air Pollution  Throwing our snack wrappers on the school’s corridors  Dropping our bottles on the playgrounds  Tearing pages from our copybooks to make jets and leaving them on the floor  Stop littering  Use the bins provided  Dumping our garbage in the water when we visit the sea  Our parents sometimes throw old appliances in/


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