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Pollution By Yusuf Kirana R 7-A

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Biology

Pollution

Air Pollution

Water Pollution

Soil Pollution

Pollution and Pollutant • Pollution is the entering of pollution material into environment that can disturb the life of living organisms in it. • Pollutant is materials which causes pollution. Pollutant can be chemical agent, sedimentary dust, living organism or the product of living organisms, etc.

Air Pollution

Definition

Examples

Impacts

Air Pollution •Definition Air pollution happens because of addition chemical components in the air.

Examples • • • • • •

Motor vehicles Gas from volcanic eruption Combustion of coal Forest burning Acid Rain Green House effect

Impacts • Harming for Plants, Humans and Animals • Dissolves Calcium, Potassium and other mineral in ground. • CO2 gas in the atmosphere can block heat reflection from earth surface, so the heat on earth surface increases.

Water Pollution

Definition

Examples

Impacts

Water Pollution • Definition • Water pollution is the entering of pollutant into water.

Examples • • • • • • • •

Industrial Waste Waste from housing Waste from agricultural region Oil Pesticides Manure Garbage Heat

Impacts • Kill water organisms • Need Irrigation • Industrial process very need clean water • Need of house hold like drink, etc.

Soil Pollution

Definition

Examples

Impacts

Soil Pollution Definition

Soil Pollution is the entering of liquid pollutant.

Examples • • • • • • • •

Metal Chemical waste Forest which cut away House-hold waste Industrial waste Agricultural waste Rubbish Plastic into the ground

Impacts • To pass other media. • Solid waste will be place insect and mouse which harming humans being. • Mercury, Cadmium, and Lithium can destroy the nervous system and can causes defect in living organisms.

The Overcome of Pollution Pollution can be overcome by: • Increasing the quality of human resources through education or training on environmental awareness • Developing facilities and infrastructure for environmental control • Inviting people as partner in the management of water resources and controlling waste disposal. • etc.

Co nclu si on  So, we must overcome the pollution as we can, so our grandchildren can enjoy the environment.

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