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Lesson 4 Notes_HPED 219

Lesson 4 Notes_HPED 219 - • Temperature inversion • Air...

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Lesson 4 Notes Food Inspection Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Overall the food distribution in the U.S. is safe and efficient. Great number of illnesses are associated with animal and insect contact. Encephalitis Lyme Disease Rocky Mountain spotted fever Bubonic plague West Nile virus World’s population currently estimated at 6.5 billion. 150 people every minute. Increasing by 76 million per year To exceed 9.1 billion by 2050 How Many People Can the World Hold? Food Available land and water Energy Minimum acceptable standard of living Air pollution Air quality and smog
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Unformatted text preview: • Temperature inversion • Air quality index (AQI) • Carbon monoxide (CO) • Sulfur dioxide (SO2) • Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) • Particulate matter (PM) • Ground-level ozone • Global warming • Possible Consequences • Increased rainfall and flooding or drought. • Increased mortality from heat stress. • A poleward shift of about 50-350 miles • Thinning of the Ozone Layer • Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) • Acid precipitation • Energy Use and Air Pollution • Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) • Carbon monoxide and other combustion by-products • Formaldehyde gas • Biological pollutants...
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