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Chapter 19: Air Pollution and Noise

the vehicle on a dynamometer and sampling the exhaust, or by sampling pollutant levels in tunnels. The Caldicott tunnel shown above (near San Francisco) has been used extensively for the latter type of study since it has two bores, one of /isopleth diagram, and shows the ozone concentration that will result from different NOx / VOC mixtures. The plot on the previous slide essentially represents a vertical line here. This is called an ozone isopleth diagram, and shows the ozone concentration that will result/


Slide 1 Fig. 19.1, p. 476 No electronic rights for this image.

1, p. 476 No electronic rights for this image. Slide 2 Fig. 19.2, p. 478 Water Quality Good8-9 Do (ppm) at 20˚C Slightly polluted Moderately polluted Heavily polluted Gravely polluted 6.7-8 4.5-6.7 Below 4.5 Below 4 Slide 3 Fig. 19.3, p. / lots (nitrates and phosphates) Lake ecosystem nutrient overload and breakdown of chemical cycling Slide 6 Fig. 19.6, p. 483 Slide 7 Fig. 19.7, p. 484 Great Lakes drainage basin Most polluted areas, according to the Great Lakes Water Quality Board “Hot spots” of toxic/


Water Facts: 70% of the Earth is covered by water but only 2% is drinkable, fresh water One litre of wastewater pollutes about eight litres of freshwater.

Transboundary source This type of pollution occurs across governmental boundaries Which types of pollution can you identify from the picture on the previous slide? Why not remove the source all of the time? If removing the source of the pollution gets rid of it… why/ as carbon dioxide Often used in wastewater treatment plants in cities and can be used for drinking water too Phytoremediation: Plants & trees are used to remove pollutants The roots of the plant take up the contaminants at the same time as water/


Water Facts: ______ of the Earth is covered by water but only ________ is _____________________water One litre of _______________ pollutes about ______.

This type of pollution occurs across governmental boundaries Which types of pollution can you identify from the picture on the previous slide? Why not remove the source all of the time? If removing the source of the pollution gets rid of/ carbon dioxide Often used in ________________ treatment plants in cities and can be used for ______________ Phytoremediation: ________________ are used to remove pollutants The ______of the plant take up the contaminants at the same time as ____________________ Contaminants/


14 Atmospheric Science and Air Pollution © 2010 Pearson Education Canada PowerPoint ® Slides prepared by Stephen Turnbull Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada.

air replaces colder, drier air Cold Front = the boundary where colder, drier air displaces warmer, moister air Disregard this slide through #25 © 2010 Pearson Education Canada Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada Inc. Air masses interact to produce weather (/ Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada Inc. CEPA identifies harmful airborne substances (cont’d) Persistent organic pollutants = can last in the environment for long periods of time, they are volatile (evaporate readily) They can enter food supply Bioaccumulate in/


2 Land and water pollution p.266. Objectives Students should learn: that more waste is being produced which may pollute water with sewage, fertilisers.

detail Include eutrophication steps Make a eutrophication poem… Pollution of water pesticide Pollution of water toxic chemical Pollution indicators of water Freshwater invertebrates Look back to y9 reserve work ‘fun’ activity Make a matching word/definition to play with the class (see nest slide) Make a matching game for the class http://hotpot.uvic.ca/ Use jmatch for the words eutrophication, bioaccumulation, pesticide, herbicide, fertilizer, toxic/


RTI, MUMBAI / DAY 1 / Slide 1.4.1 Law for Environmental Protection International concern for environmental protection –International concern for Sustainable.

–Regularity audit and performance Audit –They act on behalf of Govt. –Regularity Audit-Compliance Audit RTI, MUMBAI / DAY 1 / Slide 1.4.1 Law for Environmental Protection (cont) Areas of compliance Audit –SAI to audit compliance of international requirements for pollution control –SAI to have the concept of Sustainable Development –SAI to understand the policy –SAI not to comment on the policy as it/


End Show Slide 1 of 21 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.

most serious problems occurs when toxic compounds accumulate in the tissues of organisms. DDT, one of the first pesticides, is a good example of this. End Show Slide 70 of 21 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Pollution For a long time DDT was considered harmless, and it drained into rivers and streams in low concentrations. However, DDT has two hazardous properties: It is nonbiodegradable/


Tro Chapter 4 + Burns 4/e Chapter 12 + Timberlake Chapter 8 Slide 1 Chemistry: A Molecular Approach, 1 st Ed. Nivaldo Tro Chapter 5 Gases Atmospheric Pressure,

equation Tro Chapter 4 + Burns 4/e Chapter 12 + Timberlake Chapter 8 Slide 78 Van der Waals’ Equation used for real gases a and b are called van der Waal constants and are different for each gas Tro Chapter 4 + Burns 4/e Chapter 12 + Timberlake Chapter 8 Slide 79 Air Pollution air pollution is materials added to the atmosphere that would not be present in/


Chesapeake Bay Pollution Web-Quest Table of Contents Introduction Task Directions Nutrient Pollution Sediment Pollution Chemical or Toxic Pollution How.

row at a time. Use any or all of the websites listed on the next three slides to help you fill in the graphic organizer. Websites for each pollution are on different slides. After completing the graphic organizer, turn to the back. Using the slide “What you can do for the Bay”, choose a website(s) to pick three activities you can do to help prevent/


EUROPEAN TOPIC CENTRE ON WATER EEA/ETC Water/ EIONET Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, 22-23 May 2003 slide 1 EUROWATERNET-Emissions and EPER EEA - ETC Water.

be specified in EWN-e database on remarks field IWQ 4 EUROPEAN TOPIC CENTRE ON WATER EEA/ETC Water/ EIONET Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, 22-23 May 2003 slide 48 TABLES PRESENTATION (3)  Raw pollution provided for 15 water parameters of which 13 are determinands.  20 sources provided, only 3 general sources are used: WW3_1_1 : Waste water generated by agriculture, forestry, fishing (point source/


In vivo imaging of ICAM-1 targeted nanoparticles in XPC and wild mice exposed to ambient air pollution in São Paulo, Brazil Nilmara Alves Post-doctoral.

- XPC C57-WT C57-XPC Results Filtered Air Polluted Air 5 days Polluted Air 1 day C57-XPC Filtered Air Polluted Air 1d Polluted Air 5d Fluorescence Intensity Conclusion -Exposure to ambient air pollution in São Paulo promotes acute inflammatory responses in mice, including a single day exposure; -XPC mice has shown higher inflammation response for a 1-day exposure relative to wild animals; -Wild/


Stream Monitoring Vocabulary Review As each slide is presented: (in 3 table groups (Group 1: tables 1, 2, 3 – Group 2 is tables 4 & 5, Group 3 is tables.

confident that this is ALSO healthy. Chemical Characteristics Levels of pH, dissolved oxygen, temperature, turbidity & possible pollutants make up this part of the study. Stream’s as Indicators/Streams are good indicators of health of entire/area that contains: insects, birds, reptiles, micro & macro invertebrates, vegetation, soil, rocks…... Format change now: For the next several slides:  Use the green laminated sheets  Be familiar with the different headings & physical characteristics that are listed  /


Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PowerPoint presentation to accompany Economic Principles 3e, by Jackson, McIver, Wilson & Bajada Slides.

market. Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PowerPoint presentation to accompany Economic Principles 3e, by Jackson, McIver, Wilson & Bajada Slides prepared by George Bredon 7- 23 A market for pollution rights (cont.) 500 750 1000 Quantity of pollution rights (units) Price per pollution right $100 $200 D 2012 D 2015 S Copyright © 2012 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PowerPoint presentation to accompany Economic Principles/


To Next Slide Unit 6 Chapter 13 Lesson 3 Protecting the Coastal Environment 20 Questions!

is always near or above the surface of the land. Wetlands To Next Slide An area of land set aside to protect animals and other living things. Wildlife refuge To Next Slide What actions have the people taken to help protect the coastal environment? Worked for laws to protect coasts, wetlands, dumping wastes, and control water pollution. To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!


California Department of Public Health Vector-Borne Disease Section

restricted materials because these herbicides are extremely persistent and have caused serious soil pollution problems. Chapter 2, slide 28/79 Phenoxies Used in both crop and non-crop areas for control of most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds. 2,4-D, MCPA,/bottoms more toxic to aquatic organisms. This has raised the question of a potential role for PBO as a harmful stream pollutant. Chapter 9, slide 41/42 Minimizing Environmental Effects Careful attention to label directions will aid you in the /


The History of Trona Cloud Hazardous Air Pollutants “Left Click” to Next Slide.

trona ore is heated, oil shale products are also heated, releasing hazardous air pollutants or “HAPS”. + Insoluble Material / Oil Shale + HAPs 2H 2 O +CO 2 “Left Click” to Next Slide Furnace Calciner Air Coal / Nat Gas Trona + Oil ShaleSoda Ash The / smoke stacks or point sources for combustion products (CO, CO 2 ) and particulates, or dust (Opacity). “Left Click” to Next Slide Furnace Calciner Air Coal / Nat Gas Soda Ash The State of Wyoming, did not recognize the potential for HAPS until the 1990s, when/


Safety Food The Environment. Definition Before the industrial revolution Ancient Jordanian cultures climate and agriculture Pollution Paleothic Period.

by release of sewage into the large dumping grounds and nearby streams or rivers. Back to previous slide Effects of Soil Pollution on plants Decrease in soil fertility and therefore decrease in the soil yield Loss of soil and / most necessary for proper plant growth are nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, iron, calcium, sulfur, and magnesium, all of which usually exist in most soils in varying quantities ( Next slide shows the primary, secondary and micro-nutrients).Next slide Soil pollution The increasing/


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for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where I have “Question” should be the student’s response. To enter your questions and answers, click once on the text on the slide/ground and dispersed through large areas of rock b. the recycling process of groundwater can take hundreds or thousands of years c. pollutants cling to the materials that make up an aquifer and contaminate the clean water d. all of the above d. all of/


Chapter 14: Object-Oriented Design

are remotely situated so instrument failures have to be reported automatically, therefore attributes and operations for self-checking are required Active or passive objects? in this case, objects are passive and/as part of WeatherStation. add an operation reportAirQuality to WeatherStation. Modify the control software to collect pollution readings. add objects representing pollution monitoring instruments. W eatherStation Air quality P ollution monitoring instruments identifier NOData smok eData repor tW /


Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing (ME592) Date: March 8, 2000 Slide:1 Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing Class 2: Industrial.

://www.dieselnet.com/standards/cycles Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing (ME592) Date: March 8, 2000 Slide:26 Cars also emit several pollutants classified as toxics, which cause as many as 1,500 cases of cancer in the country each/visual perception. In urban areas, motor vehicles are responsible for as much as 90 percent of carbon monoxide in the air. Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing (ME592) Date: March 8, 2000 Slide:29 Environmental Interactions during Product Use Clean - up /


Copyright  2004 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Microeconomics 7/e by Jackson and McIver Slides prepared by Muni Perumal, University of Canberra,

in the market Copyright  2004 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Microeconomics 7/e by Jackson and McIver Slides prepared by Muni Perumal, University of Canberra, Australia. 20 Market for Pollution Rights (cont.) 500 750 1000 Quantity of pollution rights (units) Price per pollution right $100 $500 D 2000 D 2008 S Copyright  2004 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Microeconomics/


COVARM Coordinator for Value Addition and Resource Management mail at : / call at : 91-98733-49421.

OPEN THIS A PowerShow.com PAGE WILL OPEN UP AND THIS PPT. PRESENTATION OPEN UP SLIDE 1 SLIDE 52 SEARCH GOOGLE FOR “GENERAL ANALYSIS OF SPENT WASH AFTER EVAPORATION,” ON 1 ST PAGE SL. 8 WILL /for Value Addition and Resource Management IN INCINERATION WATER POLLUTION IS CONVERTED INTO AIR POLLUTION IN INCINERATION WATER POLLUTION IS CONVERTED INTO AIR POLLUTION EVEN IF YOU AGREE FOR CONVERTING YOUR WATER POLLUTANT INTO AIR POLLUTANT. EVEN IF YOU AGREE FOR CONVERTING YOUR WATER POLLUTANT INTO AIR POLLUTANT/


Train the Trainer Slides 2-5 S.T.E.P.. S tudents T ackling E nvironmental P roblems S.T.E.P.

Little changes… Make a BIG difference S.T.E.P. Section 1 Indoor Air Quality slides 12 - 17 S.T.E.P. What is indoor air pollution? Indoor air pollution consists of chemical, physical, or biological contaminants in indoor air. Causes: carbon monoxide, /Reuse bags, containers, etc. Choose recyclable products (and recycle them) Reduce junk mail Share newspapers, magazines, etc. Look for the ENERGY STAR label Leave a smaller “footprint” Compost Improve your soil Reduce material sent to landfills by 25% Recycle /


California Waste Classification Workshop

SOLID CLASS I I I no INERT UNCLASSIFIED (Insert Corey Yep’s slides here) Hazardous Wastes (Insert Corey Yep’s slides here) Wastes Which Threaten Water Quality Designated Wastes Wastes Which Threaten Water / Permeability and Porosity Clay Content Organic Matter Content Ion Exchange Capacity and pH Environmental Fate Characteristics For the Protection of Groundwater Pollutant Characteristics: Polarity Ionic Strength Volatility (vapor-phase transport) Viscosity Degradability or Biologic Activity Octanol //


Tribal Healthy Homes Northwest Community Education Slide Series “WOOD SMOKE AND THE HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY”

very high levels of DNA- damaging free radicals. Forchhammer et al, 2012 Tobacco Smoke Polluted Air Wood Smoke Woodsmoke in Our System… Tribal Healthy Homes Northwest – Community Education Slide Series Finally, our immune systems are hurt by woodsmoke… The more woodsmoke we breathe, the harder it can be for our bodies to fight off harmful bacteria and viruses. Many emergency room and hospital/


This slide contains information that may be useful to the presenter. The presentation is set up in to not show this slide during the presentation. (In.

presentation. (In the drop-down menu, the setup is found under “Slide Show”  “Set Up Show…”  “Show slides”) This module was prepared by Susan Bone, CELP. Please send comments or suggestions to celp@dal.ca This presentation is derived from Pollution Probe’s Primer on Climate Change and Human Health. 2004. ©, available for free downloading at http://www.pollutionprobe.org/Reports/climatechangeprimer.pdfcelp@dal/


Herry-Presentation on Environment-Conference Budapest – CEI-Results – 04-09-03.ppt Slide 1 Int. Conference on Environment Budapest, 2-3 Sept 04 International.

costs (per capita approach), Building damages and crop losses (per ha approach) from UIC study (similar value transfer) Results: Total air pollution cost per mode Methodology for Air Pollution - General Herry-Presentation on Environment-Conference Budapest – CEI-Results – 04-09-03.ppt Slide 11 Int. Conference on Environment Budapest, 2-3 Sept 04 Key variables: CO2 emissions per mode Electrified tracks (rail) and CEI/


RTI Mumbai/DAY 1/Slide 1.2.3 Applicability of CAG’s (DPC) Act on EA Section 13 of the Act- CAG has power to audit the expenditure spent from the consolidated.

: PCBs have got adequate data regarding environmental issues. PCBs survey polluting industries for pollution control. They issue regular consent letters for commencement of industries/ continuance of activities. They collect water cess and other receipts regularly. RTI Mumbai/DAY 1/Slide 1.2.3 They survey the polluting industries and levy penalty if the fixed norms are violated ‘Polluter pays’ – System/Concept is introduced/ enforced. They report to/


Pesticide Application & Safety Training for Applicators of Public Health Pesticides California Department of Public Health Vector-Borne Disease Section.

restricted materials because these herbicides are extremely persistent and have caused serious soil pollution problems. Chapter 2, slide 28/79 Inorganic Herbicides Used in both crop and non-crop areas for control of most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds. 2,4-D, MCPA/more toxic to aquatic organisms. This has raised the question of a potential role for PBO as a harmful stream pollutant. Chapter 9, slide 41/42 Biotic Pollution Careful attention to label directions will aid you in the selecting and using of /


Solar Power Created By Adil Yaqoob. Contents Page Introduction-Slide 1 What is Solar Power?-Slide 2 Where do we get solar power from?-Slide 3 Why Solar.

This solar power can be used to produce electricity which can be used for heating and lighting. If you do not turn the lights off when we are going outside a room you are wasting energy. Slide 3 Why Solar Power is useful? Solar Power is useful because it/natural sources of fuel are being used up and we are running out of these precious fuels. Also burning these fuels causes heat and pollution which is burning a hole in the ozone layer. Solar Power is expensive to set up but cheap to run. Also because there /


Slide 1 of 31 Chemistry 1.2. © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 2 of 31 Chemistry Far and Wide > Materials Chemists design materials to fit specific.

of lead in the blood can permanently damage the nervous system of a growing child. 1.2 Slide 21 of 31 © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Chemistry Far and Wide > The Environment Prevent Pollution The strategies used to prevent lead poisoning include testing children’s blood for lead, regulation of home sales to families with young children, and public awareness campaigns with posters. 1/


 Determining Sources of Nitrogen Pollution using Lichens in the Wind River Range Bailey Terry 1, David Williams 1, and Shannon E. Albeke 2 1 Department.

NO x  Eutrophication http://www.soil-net.com/album/Water/Lakes_Rivers/slides/Eutrophication%2001.html http://www.soil-net.com/album/Water/Lakes_Rivers/slides/Eutrophication%2001.html Sources of Nitrogen Pollution  Mitigates efforts  Industry  Agriculture  Sensors  Natural indicator?/Lake Pinedale Key -14 -12 -10 -8 -6 Conclusion  Lichens show atmospheric N amounts  Slight trend for No x  Continued research, and isotope trend could be found Acknowledgements  Dave Williams  Shannon Albeke  William/


To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Cities Face Challenges 20 Questions!

made worse? Traffic and pollution, including trash and air and water pollution To Next Slide Being without a job. unemployment To Next Slide People and businesses have moved out of the cities, so there are fewer people and businesses to tax. Why are some cities in the Northeast now getting less money from taxes. To Next Slide What are the steps for solving a problem? 1/


Global Earth-system Monitoring using Space & in-situ data, A.Hollingsworth ECMWF Seminar Sept 2003 Slide 1 GEMS Global Earth-system Monitoring using Space.

satellite data 6.ConclusionConclusion Global Earth-system Monitoring using Space & in-situ data, A.Hollingsworth ECMWF Seminar Sept 2003 Slide 3 Demands for estimates of sources /sinks / transport of atmospheric constituents Policy Needs: Assessment, Validation of treaties Convention on Long-Range Transport of Air Pollutants Montreal Protocol UNFCCC- Kyoto Protocol / carbon trading …. Operational Needs Air quality forecasts Chemical Weather Forecasts Scientific Needs IPCC/


Fossil fuel stock Fossil fuel extraction Production Utility Welfare Pollution flows Consumption Pollution stocks Clean-up or defensive expenditure Environmental.

Clean-up or defensive expenditure Environmental pressure Capital stock Figure 16.1 The structure of the aggregate stock pollution model The following slides show the steps building up to Figure 16.2, then Figure 16.2 itself. time, t /-  Q E E R - M R Figure 16.2 Optimal time paths for the variables of the pollution model. time, t PtPt  Gross Price Stock damage tax Figure 16.3 Optimal ‘three part’ pollution taxes. Pollution flow damage tax Utility damage tax units of utility utility units M MM*M* Optimal/


Slide 6- 1 CERCLA Chapter 6 Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act “CERCLA”

–Clean Air Act –Clean Water Act –RCRA Slide 6- 9 CERCLA Multi -Media Where the pollutant comes to be located l Addresses pollutants regardless of location in –Air –Water –Land Slide 6- 10 CERCLA Private Right of Action l Private parties l May sue in federal court to recover l Clean-up costs –But NOT for PERSONAL INJURY Slide 6- 11 CERCLA Focus on Places Rather/


Industrial health and Safety Date: Oct.27, 2000 Slide:1 Industrial Health and Safety Lecture 8: Legal Issues, Regulations/Liability Prof. J.W. Sutherland.

»Minimize the effect of hazards »To control transportation of hazards substances »Prevent or limit pollutant releases »To provide means to clean up or remediate pollutant releases »Notify appropriate authorities and the public of pollutant releases »To provide compensation for damages of pollutant releases Industrial health and Safety Date: Oct.27, 2000 Slide:24 Environmental Laws The major laws forming the environmental law system include: »National Environmental/


Copyright  2007 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Principles of Microeconomics by Frank, Bernanke and Jennings Slides prepared by Nahid Khan 12-1.

 2007 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Principles of Microeconomics by Frank, Bernanke and Jennings Slides prepared by Nahid Khan 12-14 External costs and benefits When polluters are liable –Polluter’s income is lowered. –Those injured by pollution will have higher income. Legal remedies for externalities –When negotiation is costless  Efficient solutions to externalities can be found.  The adjustment to the externality/


Watch in slide show mode to observe (modest) animation. comments questions: papers,etc:

Watch in slide show mode/ Communitarianism Cultural Cognition Worldviews N = 1,500. Derived from ordered-logit regression analysis, controlling for demographic and political affiliation/ideology variables. Culture variables set 1 SD from mean on culture scales/2 Dismiss Credit Study dismissiveness Hierarch Individ Egal Commun anti-pollution z_Study dismiss 2 Dismiss Credit Study dismissiveness Hierarch Individ Egal Commun anti-pollution Geoengineering Condition Two Channel Communication Strategy prior odds X /


AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE POLLUTION AP EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper. Check your answers by the final slide.

on a sheet of paper. Check your answers by the final slide. 1. Which of the following is NOT a direct 1. Which of the following is NOT a direct source of groundwater pollution? source of groundwater pollution? a. automobile exhaust a. automobile exhaust b. wastewater lagoons / tanks b. pipe generated methane gas to storage tanks c. pump leachate out of the landfill for treatment and disposal c. pump leachate out of the landfill for treatment and disposal d. are built so that trash sits on top of the land d. /


Slide 1 of 31 Chemistry 1.2. © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 2 of 31 Chemistry Far and Wide The first tools were objects such as a stone with.

of lead in the blood can permanently damage the nervous system of a growing child. 1.2 Slide 23 of 31 © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Chemistry Far and Wide > The Environment Prevent Pollution The strategies used to prevent lead poisoning include testing children’s blood for lead, regulation of home sales to families with young children, and public awareness campaigns with posters. 1/


European Commission, DG Environment Unit B.1: Water, Marine and Soil EU Substitution Conference - Hamburg, 13/14 June 2002 Slide 1 EU Conference on Substitution.

B.1: Water, Marine and Soil EU Substitution Conference - Hamburg, 13/14 June 2002 Slide 6 Provisions with regards to hazardous substances (in surface waters) Strategies against pollution On Community level: specific measures for priority (hazardous) substances On Member State level: pollution control for point and diffuse sources of other pollutants on the basis of the “combined approach” European Commission, DG Environment Unit B.1: Water/


Topic B2. Mangrove forests for adaptation: potential and vulnerability Emilia Pramova, Florie Chazarin and Bruno Locatelli.

growth, seedling survival Decreases in biodiversity Contraction of mangrove areas Changes in precipitation → Mangroves Topic B2. Slide 6 of 21  Pollution Low pneumatophore density Stunted growth  Excess input of sediment Burial of roots Reduced productivity, mortality  / USAID. How to cite this file Pramova E, Chazarin F, and Locatelli B. 2015. Mangrove forest for adaptation: potential and vulnerability [PowerPoint presentation]. In: SWAMP toolbox: Theme B section B2 Retrieved from Photo credit/


© 2003 By Default! A Free sample background from www.powerpointbackgrounds.com Slide 1 Alun Lewis Oil Spill Consultant Different aspects of oil spill dispersants.

numbers of adult fish, or early stages, in the offshore open ocean to significantly affect the population  The potential for damage is greater in inshore waters –Adult fish swim away from spilled oil (if they can)  Fish plankton can/ By Default! A Free sample background from www.powerpointbackgrounds.com Slide 74 How to present all this information?  On marine charts as sensitivity maps  Include: –Coastal sensitivity to oil pollution based on shoreline type –Coastal ecology Habitat types and species /


Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing (ME592) Date: March 6, 2000 Slide:1 Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing Class 1: Introduction.

shows how much warming could be caused by each of the gases that human activities release. Carbon dioxide accounts for three fourths of the predicted increase in the greenhouse effect. Manufacturing activity and pollution Pollution - 3 Environmentally Conscious Design & Manufacturing (ME592) Date: March 6, 2000 Slide:16 Solutions l Getting from here to there: » Reduce energy / goods / services » Change the way we satisfy our/


©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 14 Slide 1 Object-oriented design 2.

a user interface for testing. l Data collection subsystem Includes objects that implement the strategies adoped for data collection These are deliberately separated from the actual data collection to allow for changes to these /software to collect pollution readings. l Add objects representing pollution monitoring instruments. ©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 14 Slide 20 Pollution monitoring ©Ian Sommerville 2004Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 14 Slide 21 Key points/


Copyright  2007 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Macroeconomics by Jackson and McIver Slides prepared by Muni Perumal 15-1 Chapter 15 The economics.

as machines replace humans Growth and human values Copyright  2007 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd PPTs t/a Macroeconomics by Jackson and McIver Slides prepared by Muni Perumal 15-26 Case for growth Improved living standards Environmental benefits –Control pollution not growth Income inequality –Growth with redistribution can achieve greater equality in the distribution of income Non-material considerations –Growth is more consistent/


End Show Slide 1 of 42 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.

and clean-air regulations have improved air quality in many cities, but air pollution is still a problem. End Show 6-2 Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Slide 30 of 42 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Air Resources Many combustion processes release /daily for everything from drinking and washing to watering crops and making steel. Although water is a renewable resource, the total supply of fresh water is limited and is threatened by pollution. End Show 6-2 Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Slide /


European Commission, DG Environment Brussels, 03-05 April 2006 Christof Planitzer DG ENV Slide 1 Fish & Shellfish Water Directives 78/659/EEC & 79/923/EEC.

I. Article 7, Annex I European Commission, DG Environment Brussels, 03-05 April 2006 Christof Planitzer DG ENV Slide 7 4.1. Pollution Reduction Programme Directive 78/659/EEC (Fish water) & Directive 79/923/EEC (Shellfish water): shall establishCompetent authorities shall establish Pollution Reduction Programme for each designated water body; complianceto ensure compliance within 5 years of designation; Compliance is given: Sampling taken in/


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