Pollutants PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Transport of Air Pollutants - presentation
Marti Blad, Ph.D., P.E. .. Yavapai Apache Nation. 2. What is the Difference?. 3. What we will learn. Pollutants move and spread in air. Up and down (vertical). Away and outward (horizontal). Dispersion vs Diffusion.
AIR POLLUTION Air pollutants - presentation
= gases & particulate material added to the atmosphere. Can affect climate or harm people. Air pollution. = the release of pollutants. Outdoor (ambient) air pollution. = pollution outside. Has recently decreased due to government policy and improved technologies in developed countries.
EMISSION OF POLLUTANTS - presentation
There . has been . rapid . worldwide advancements . in science and technology. But all these advancements have contributed to various forms of . pollution.. Sources.. 1.. Industries.. Industrial pollutants have been one of the major sources of pollution and affects resources like .
General Properties of Pollutants! - presentation
‘. Pollution is. energy . or . matter . released . into . the environment . with. the. potential . to cause . adverse changes . to . an . ecosystem’. They . are usually released by . human activities .
1.5 Humans & Pollution - presentation
Mrs. Page. ESS 2015. Significant. . Ideas. Pollution is a highly diverse phenomenon of human disturbances in ecosystems.. Management strategies can be applied at different levels. . Application & Skills.
P O L - presentation
L. U T I O N. Identifying and Understanding Air, Water, and Soil Pollution. Air Pollution. Atmosphere need to know:. Air is more dense at sea level. 75-80% of air mass found in troposphere. Atmosphere contains 78% N, 21%O, and 1% trace gases like, methane, nitrous oxide, ozone, argon, water vapor, and carbon dioxide. Also soot, and dust..
P O L L U T I O N - presentation
P O L L U T I O N Identifying and Understanding Air, Water, and Soil Pollution Air Pollution Atmosphere need to know: Air is more dense at sea level 75-80% of air mass found in troposphere Atmosphere contains 78% N, 21%O, and 1% trace gases like, methane, nitrous oxide, ozone, argon, water vapor, and carbon dioxide. Also soot, and dust.
Birmingham Friends of the Earth - presentation
Who are we?. What do we do?. What is air pollution?. Discussion in groups. Pollution. The process of making the air, water or soil dirty. . Pollutants. A substance that makes the air, water or soil dirty..
Satellites, Weather and Climate Module 8b: - presentation
Air Quality and Remote Sensing. What is “Air Quality”?. The term “. Air Quality. ” can have many different definitions:. “A measure of the condition of air relative to the requirements of one or more biotic species and or to any human need or purpose.” .
Air Pollution - presentation
LT 7C: Describe the major outdoor and indoor air pollution problems, discuss the causes and effects of these problems and explain possible solutions to them.. . Outdoor Air Pollution. The presence of chemicals in the atmosphere in concentrations high enough to harm organisms, ecosystems, or human-made materials, or to alter the climate.
Air Pollution - presentation
Outdoor Air Pollution. Stationary and Mobile Sources of Air Pollution. Two Sources of Air Pollution. 1. . Stationary Sources:. have a relatively fixed location. Point Sources: . Fugitive Sources: . Area Sources:.
AIR POLLUTION 78.08% Nitrogen (N - presentation
2. ). 20.95% Oxygen (O. 2. ). 0-4% Water Vapor (H. 2. O). 0.93% Argon (Ar). 0.036% Carbon Dioxide (CO. 2. ). 0.002% Neon (Ne). 0.005%Helium (He). 0.002% Methane (CH. 4. ). 0.00005% Hydrogen (H). 0.00003% Nitrous Oxide (N.
18 Air Pollution The South Asian Brown Clouds - presentation
Stretch across much of India, Bangladesh, China, and the western Pacific Ocean. Air pollution connects the world. Pollutants can circle the globe in about two weeks. Stricter air pollution standards and continued shifts towards cleaner fuels are needed.
UNECE IESEL NGINES XHAUSTS MYTHS AND REALITIES In form - pdf
Introduction II Main air pollutants and their effects on human health and the environment III IV Policy approach to emissions at national and regional level
Better Living Through Chemistry - presentation
By Space Waste. Sue . Henderson. Karen Morgan Ivy. Mark Baillie. Sue . McGeary. Klaus . Theopold. Introduction to Environmental Science . (for non-majors). Teaching Unit: Pollution. Teaching Unit Learning Goals:.
Air Pollution Types Lecture 23 - presentation
3. Learning Goals for Part 1 of Chapter 14. Be able to describe the . SOURCES. and . EFFECTS. of the . SIX. main . PRIMARY POLLUTANTS. .. Be able to describe how . SECONDARY POLLUTANTS . differ from .
PREVENTING HABITAT POLLUTION AND DESTRUCTION - presentation
Chapter 8. POLLUTION AND POLLUTANTS. Pollution – the presence of harmful substances in the environment.. Pollutant – any substance that causes pollution.. Air pollutant – any material that gets into the air and degrades its quality (may be gases or small particles)..
Environmental Pollution - presentation
Pollution Control to save. the Earth. Environmental Pollution: . Definition – Causes, pollution effects and control measures of Air, Water, Soil, Marine, Noise, Thermal, Nuclear hazards. Solid waste management: causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes, pollution measures, case studies, Disaster management: floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides..
Indoor air pollutants - presentation
Casey . GUillaume. MPH 500 Foundations of Public Health. Professor Madeline Angela Meyer. Overview. What are indoor air pollutants? . Air quality importance. Health risks. Behavioral factors. Social factors.
Demonstrating Water Pollution - presentation
What kinds of things pollute the water?. Types of pollution – what are they?. _______________________________. ___________________. ___________________. ___________________. ___________________. ___________________.
1 Atmospheric models for damage costs - presentation
. TRADD, part 2. Ari Rabl, ARMINES/. Ecole. des Mines de Paris. , . November 2013. There are . many different models. for atmospheric dispersion and chemistry, . with different objectives. : e.g. .
Air pollution, climate change, and ozone depletion - presentation
what is the nature of the atmosphere. We live at the bottom of a thin layer of gases surrounding the earth called the atmosphere, which is divided into smaller spherical layers. In the troposphere, the layer closest to earth, about 75-80% of the earths air mass is found here..
Metal Finishing Pretreatment in Connecticut - presentation
SNEATP Tech Talk Presentation. Mariana Miller. February . 10, 2015. What is Metal Finishing?. ‘Finish’ a metal off by:. Depositing coatings of one metal on to another. Coating metals, based on specific requests from customers.
istent Organic Pollutants - pdf
sing Beached PlasticResin Pellet 1, Satoshi ENDO1, Rei YAMASHITA2, Mohamad PauziZAKARI y, Institute of Symbiotic Science and Technology, Tok Technology, Fuchu, Tokyo 183-8509, Japan.E-mail : shige@cc