Carbon monoxide particulates including asbestos dust

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Carbon monoxide, particulates (including asbestos, dust, and smoke), radon-222, mold, dust, VOCs, formaldehyde , lead, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, and tobacco smoke. Provide 2 ways that radon-222 can be prevented from entering homes. Which areas of the world have the most problems with indoor air pollutants? Which areas of the world have the most problems with outdoor air pollution? 15 9. (7.6) Create a chart. List the reduction method, ( vapor recovery nozzle on gas pump , catalytic converter, wet and dry scrubbers , baghouse filters , fluidized-bed combustion , and electrostatic precipitators ) identify the targeted pollutant, identify the source of the pollutant, and whether the method is a regulatory practice, conservation practice, or an alternative fuel. 10 10. (7.7) Create a chart that lists the primary pollutant(s), (and their anthropogenic sources), secondary pollutant(s), areas of the world most affected by it, and the effects (both human health and ecosystems) of a cid deposition (acid rain). Include a labeled diagram that illustrates the formation of acid rain. List three things that can be done to reduce the formation of acid rain. Describe the effects of acid rain on soil, water, and, plants, and outdoor structures. 10 11. (7.8) Define noise pollution . Identify 4 different categories of sources of noise pollution in urban centers. Identify the 4 different ecological effects of noise pollution on animals in urban ecological systems. 5 TOTAL 100
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