Air Pollution Essay

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Air Pollution Jordan P. Betker Everest University Orlando South There are approximately nine different air pollutions. Some different air pollutions are Sulfur dioxide, Nitrogen Oxide, Ammonia, Methane, Carbon Monoxide, and Ozone, radioactive radiation, dust particles and volatile organic compounds. All these periodic elements are usually put in the air by being burned or energized in outer space All the air pollution consist of these gases and particles collecting and expanding in the air. Sulfur dioxide is emitted in the air and reacts with other compounds in the atmosphere to form small particles. These particles penetrate deeply into sensitive parts of the lungs and can cause or worsen respiratory disease, such as emphysema and bronchitis, and can aggravate existing heart disease, leading to increased hospital admissions and premature death. When people are exposed to ozone particles it causes another great respiratory risk. The throat becomes very irritated, itchy and a shortness of breath. Along with air pollution also, comes environmental hazards. Air pollution causes gases to be over exposed to our earth causing greenhouse gases, accelerating global warming. Sulfur dioxide is one of the main gases that are put in the atmosphere. The sulfur causes acid rain and affects the sunlight that is beamed onto earth. Air pollution has caused climate change which affects a lot of people and the economy. The great lakes are majorly affected with the climate change. The lakes are used for harvesting of fish, shipping of coal, iron, and other metals. In a warmer climate in the lakes the evaporation levels from the lakes increase. This causes the water levels to drop a few feet. There are many programs non-profit and government funded, that are working on exposing information and awareness of this public issue. People say less use on natural resources would

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