APES Air Pollution and Climate Change Free Response Questions

APES Air Pollution and Climate Change Free Response Questions

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APES Air Polluton and ClimaTe Change Free Response Questons 1. In recent years, results from scienTFc studies have increased public awareness of the possible awareness of the possible damage to human health from exposure to indoor air polluTon. (a) IdenTfy two speciFc indoor air pollutants and, for each, discuss the following. (i) ±he type of building most a²ected by the pollutant (ii) Source(s) of the pollutant (iii) ±he pollutant’s e²ects on human health (iv) ±he method(s) of prevenTon or cleanup of the pollutant 2. In the mid 1970s, Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina predicted a thinning of the stratospheric ozone layer over AntarcTca. ±he thinning was conFrmed in the late twenTeth century and has conTnued into the twenty-Frst century. (a) IdenTfy the class of chemical compounds that is primarily responsible for the thinning of the stratospheric ozone layer and describe ±WO major uses for which these chemicals were manufactured.
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