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Natural sources of Pollution
fire, volcanic dust, dirt
Human activities, cars, factories, chemicals
Harmful substances in the air water or soil are known as
pollutants
how can air pollution affect human health
respiratory and breathing problems
What are some natural sources of particles in the atmosphere
dust, ash smoke dirt
What is the end effect of burning high-sulfur coal
acid rain
Rain that contains more acid than normal is
acid rain
How can acid rain harm lakes and ponds
kills fish and other pond life
The brown haze tha tforms over sunny cities like LA
smog- SMOKE AND FOG
What effectsdoes ozone have on people and things
resp. problems, harm plants
Is the following true or false
One result of air pollution is acid rain?
true
Burning high sulfur coal produces
a sulfur oxides-
combines with
water vapor in air
to form -
sulfuric acid
combines with particles to form
acid rain
that harms
trees lakes and ponds