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    Water Pollution As the time is passing, the earth is facing a lot of changes and challenges in different aspects, environment, economic, and industrial. Well, the environmental challenges have the biggest impact on the planet, such as pollution, global warming, and acid rain. If we point our eyes to pollution, we will find that almost every single part of the world from east to the west is facing all kinds of pollution, and on top of them is water pollution. As everyone knows 71% of the earth…

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    Storm water pollution is a huge problem in Georgia. It can lead to sickened animals and polluted waterways. Storm water itself isn’t deadly though. It is what is in the storm water that can be. I will explain exactly storm water pollution is and how it can be prevented. Storm water is the water that falls from a storm and onto the ground. Like I said before, storm water itself isn’t harmful. But when pollution from the ground and other such areas mix in with the water it can become deadly.…

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    Chinese Air and Water Pollution Crisis Throughout the past few centuries, air and water pollution have been known to be the hazardous byproducts of industrialization. During the early stages of the industrial revolution, both Europe and America experienced episodes of severe health and environmental issues. Ever since then, there have been many legal actions taken to significantly reduce the amount of air pollutant each country produces. However, some countries such as China and India do not…

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    Water Pollution In China

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    Although water is seemingly abundant in the world, most of it is not suitable for human use due to water pollution. Humans are constantly polluting water resources, which has been a major factor in rapidly decreasing water supply. Pollution is defined as the process by which harmful substances are added to the environment. In this essay, I will be focusing on agricultural activities, which is commonly referred to as farming. Water pollution from agriculture is a serious problem, and in some…

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    8 million people living on it, and some say a widespread problem known as pollution could ruin the Earth as well as harm the biotic factors living on earth. While many with the other point of view say pollution is not a risk and in some ways, it can help the earth. This essay is here to describe the arguments that involve pollution on the environment and what these views are based around. Firstly, the idea that pollution is not okay and hurts the environment is very popular, and this idea can…

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    made in the USA. This company needs to be more aware of the Clean Water Act (1972) which establishes the allowable water pollutant levels emitted by US businesses. In an article, Angry About Florida's Ruined Waters, Fishermen Unite Against Big Sugar, it discusses Fishermen’s stance against the ASR group or Big sugar, polluting the waters with their wastes. The cause of the water pollution are from plumbing, with severe pollution of phosphorus and nitrates. Which are from centuries of farming…

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    Water Pollution In Canada

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    Many different types of pollution that exist in the world. Air pollution is often talked about amongst all the other types of pollution. Another type of pollution that causes severe damage to the environment is water pollution. Water pollution occurs when toxic substances enter water bodies getting dissolved in them. In countries such as India, Afghanistan, and Chad people are drinking water directly from the lakes, oceans, and nearby streams. This water is contaminated by millions of chemicals…

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    negative effects of water pollution can be seen all throughout the United States, however, a solution for this huge issue is slowly emerging. The harmful or irritating substances in the environment are called pollutants. There are many different types of Pollution that need to be addressed, and one of them is the issue on water pollution. Contamination of water, typically by foreign matter such as microorganisms, chemicals, industrial or other wastes, or sewage. “Water pollution can be divided…

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    For my senior project, I decided to research water pollution, and how it affects ocean life and its inhabitants. I will be answering questions that I have about water pollution and how it 's affecting our oceans. The reason I’m doing my project on this topic is because I find it very interesting, and I also want to bring awareness to this issue. It 's a worldwide problem that needs to be addressed, because if we continue to do nothing, I believe that ocean life as we know it will go extinct.…

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    INTRODUCTION Surface waters are the natural water resources that are found on the earth’s surface, such as oceans, rivers, lakes or dams etc(Chen, Teng et al. 2013). These water resources become polluted in many different ways. And when this happens is called the surface water pollution, which occurs when hazardous substances come into contact with the water resources (Chen, Teng et al. 2013). These water resources are important for drinking, domestic use and recreational purposes; however they…

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