Pollution by amalia hervas

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Pollution by amalia hervas

  1. 1. POLLUTIONPOLLUTION AMALIA HERVÁS PINILLAAMALIA HERVÁS PINILLA
  2. 2. DefinitionDefinition  Pollution: contamination of the enviromentPollution: contamination of the enviroment as a result of human activities.as a result of human activities.  Pollution is waste that we put into thePollution is waste that we put into the enviroment. It can harm plants andenviroment. It can harm plants and animals, including humans.animals, including humans.
  3. 3. Pollution comes from:Pollution comes from:  FactoriesFactories  HomesHomes  FarmingFarming  CarsCars  SnipsSnips  TrucksTrucks  AircraftAircraft
  4. 4. Types of pollutionTypes of pollution  AirAir  WaterWater  SoilSoil  NoiseNoise
  5. 5. Pollution produces:Pollution produces:  Air pollutionAir pollution  Greenhouse effectGreenhouse effect  Acid rainAcid rain  Accidental pollutionAccidental pollution
  6. 6. Air pollutionAir pollution The mixing of harmful gases and other particlesThe mixing of harmful gases and other particles in the airis called air pollution.in the airis called air pollution. Some substances which cause air pollutionSome substances which cause air pollution come from natural sources.come from natural sources.
  7. 7. Water pollutionWater pollution  Water pollution harm theWater pollution harm the plants and animals thatplants and animals that live in polluted water.live in polluted water.  When water sources getWhen water sources get polluted, it causeds waterpolluted, it causeds water pollution. Water pollutionpollution. Water pollution is usually caused byis usually caused by human activities such as:human activities such as:  -Dumping household-Dumping household waste.waste.  -Leakage from oil-Leakage from oil tankers.tankers.
  8. 8. Soil pollutionSoil pollution  The pollution of the soil is caused whenThe pollution of the soil is caused when harmful substances are released into theharmful substances are released into the soil or accumulate on the land.soil or accumulate on the land.  The main sources of soil pollution are :The main sources of soil pollution are :  -Refuse from mines.-Refuse from mines.  -Refuse from forests and agriculture.-Refuse from forests and agriculture.
  9. 9. Noise pollutionNoise pollution  The presence of loud noises in theThe presence of loud noises in the atmosphere is called noise pollution.atmosphere is called noise pollution.  Loud noises are harmful to all living things.Loud noises are harmful to all living things.  The intensity of sond is measured inThe intensity of sond is measured in decibels.decibels.
  10. 10. Why is important?Why is important?  Is important because people can get healdIs important because people can get heald problems, and because if we pollute theproblems, and because if we pollute the enviroment we will kill a lot of animals soenviroment we will kill a lot of animals so the food chain will break and manythe food chain will break and many animals will become extinct.animals will become extinct.
  11. 11. How does it affect your life?How does it affect your life?  This can give youThis can give you heald problems.heald problems.
  12. 12. How will affect you in the future?How will affect you in the future?  Maybe in the futureMaybe in the future you couldn’t seeyou couldn’t see some animalssome animals because they wouldbecause they would be extinct.be extinct.
  13. 13. Posible action would i take to havePosible action would i take to have a positive effect.a positive effect.  You could use theYou could use the public transport.public transport.  You could try to notYou could try to not use a lot of paper.use a lot of paper.  You could use theYou could use the bike (if you have one).bike (if you have one).

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