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    As you prepare this assignment what is the quality of the air you are currently breathing? What is the air quality of your location? Air pollution is not relegated to the developing nations of our world. The Kingdom of Bahrain is an arid archipelago, consisting of many small islands and reclaimed land, situated in the western central Arabian Gulf. The estimated population of the affluent nation was 1.3 million people in 2014 (Whiting, 2014). According to the World Health Organization, this…

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    from the elder to the young babies. “The worsening air pollution has already exacted a significant economic toll, grounding flights, closing highways and keeping tourists at home” (Kaiman). The weather conditions get so bad that you are scared to leave your house because how the air pollution negatively affect your health and your family’s as well. I remember my senior year of high school one of coaches told me him and…

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    or consciousness of pollution, nor the ability to control it. Major pollutants did not have any set standards. Even though the amount of coal burned wasn’t near today’s levels, the pollution discharged was enormous. In terms of PM2.5 levels, in 2006, the average concentration of PM2.5 was higher than it is today. It was this year that China proposed saving energy and reducing emissions. Setting standards for sulfur dioxide and other major pollutants. Afterwards, air pollution started to…

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    Air pollution is a serious public health concern globally [1]. Exposure to ambient air pollution increases mortality and morbidity [2]. Ambient air particulate matter (PM) is the main component of air pollution and has a significant impact on human health [3]. Epidemiologic studies have shown that lung function of people is adversely affected by exposure to airborne particulate matters (APM) pollution [4-6]. In the other words, there is evidence from past studies that ambient air PM (such as PM2…

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    Another factor that affects the Central Valleys air pollution is the rapidly growing population the region is experiencing. There are currently around 6.5 million people who live in the Central Valley, “According to the 2010 U.S. Census. Between 1990 and 2009, the population here grew 44 percent (compared with 24 percent growth statewide) (Jennings, 2010)”. These new residents are making the Central Valley their new homes largely because of the affordable housing. Coastal areas have much higher…

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    being polluted, the air and the water are becoming more and more toxic. Although it may seem as there is no way to fix it, there is a way. Most pollution is created by peoplem, and if we can change some of our ways we could save the world. These anthropogenic sources although a problem are still being built and used causing all the pollution. Removing or decreasing these anthropogenic sources like factories, cars, planes, or aerosol cans, can decrease the amount of pollution in the air and…

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    Guinn_ENVM620_M6_GradedAssign 1. Air pollution transport is the migration of air pollution away from the source and negatively impacting surrounding areas. Often with the air pollution comes environmental degradation and a disproportionate burden of morbidity in populations who did not participate in the production of the pollution. The regional and global air currents are responsible for this phenomenon. Depending on where the pollution is generated, it will be regulated differently, with…

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    What do you know of Air pollution? Of its effects? How it starts? Air pollution is known by everyone, though very few know of the problems it causes for both our environment and us. Both the environment and we are not the only ones affected the environment changes cause what is known as acid rain and this rain damages all the creations that humanity has made over the centuries. Multiple people know of air pollution and the problems it causes such as problems concerning the body, the changes to…

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    fresh air. But today, are we breathing clean air? The gases you're taking up by our noise could be slowly killing us. World Health Organization says in their report, in every year about two million people die too early due to the effects of polluted air. Air pollution is a large problem and it is not a problem of people only, the problem of the world also, through such things as global warming and damage to the ozone layer, it has the possible to affect us all. Therefor definitely what is air…

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    Air pollution started getting real noticeable after more and more factors were being built every day. With over 100,000 factores just in Canada you can see why air pollution is a big factor for how are air quality is. This will affect people's health because we will be breathing air that has been contaminated. This can also affect the society because alerts will go out telling people that it's not safe to go outside. It's not just factors that are polluting the air, it's us humans that are…

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