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Poor air quality,
whether natural or human-caused,
is called smog.
What does smog look like?
Smog in Boulder, CO, USA
UCAR
Smog in Denver, CO, USA
UCAR
Smog in San Francisco, CA, USA
wikipedia
Smog in New York City, NY, USA
EPA
Smog in New York City, NY, USA
wikipedia
Smog in Los Angeles, CA, USA
NASA
Smog in Mexico City, Mexico
UCAR
Smog in Mexico City, Mexico
UCAR
Smog in Beijing, China
wikipedia
Smog in Beijing, China
wikipedia
Smog in Athens, Greece
wikipedia
Smog in Sao Paulo, Brazil
wikipedia
Where does smog come from?
wikipedia
Emissions from factories
UCAR
Emissions from factories
UCAR
Emissions from oil refineries
UCAR
Emissions from power plants
wikipedia
Emissions from burning car batteries
EPA
Burning grasslands and forests
UCAR
Emissions from oil and gas wells
UCAR
Emissions from offshore wells.
NASA
Emissions from cars and trucks
colorado.gov
Emissions from wildfires
State of Nebraska
Emissions from wildfires seen from space
NASA
Emissions from volcanic eruptions
wikipedia
This educational resource is a part of
The Air Quality Teaching Box:
www.spark.ucar.edu/air-quality
And is made possible b...
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SMOG What it looks like and where it comes from

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A brief introduction to air pollution for secondary education.

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SMOG What it looks like and where it comes from

  1. 1. Poor air quality, whether natural or human-caused, is called smog. What does smog look like?
  2. 2. Smog in Boulder, CO, USA UCAR
  3. 3. Smog in Denver, CO, USA UCAR
  4. 4. Smog in San Francisco, CA, USA wikipedia
  5. 5. Smog in New York City, NY, USA EPA
  6. 6. Smog in New York City, NY, USA wikipedia
  7. 7. Smog in Los Angeles, CA, USA NASA
  8. 8. Smog in Mexico City, Mexico UCAR
  9. 9. Smog in Mexico City, Mexico UCAR
  10. 10. Smog in Beijing, China wikipedia
  11. 11. Smog in Beijing, China wikipedia
  12. 12. Smog in Athens, Greece wikipedia
  13. 13. Smog in Sao Paulo, Brazil wikipedia
  14. 14. Where does smog come from? wikipedia
  15. 15. Emissions from factories UCAR
  16. 16. Emissions from factories UCAR
  17. 17. Emissions from oil refineries UCAR
  18. 18. Emissions from power plants wikipedia
  19. 19. Emissions from burning car batteries EPA
  20. 20. Burning grasslands and forests UCAR
  21. 21. Emissions from oil and gas wells UCAR
  22. 22. Emissions from offshore wells. NASA
  23. 23. Emissions from cars and trucks colorado.gov
  24. 24. Emissions from wildfires State of Nebraska
  25. 25. Emissions from wildfires seen from space NASA
  26. 26. Emissions from volcanic eruptions wikipedia
  27. 27. This educational resource is a part of The Air Quality Teaching Box: www.spark.ucar.edu/air-quality And is made possible by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and CIRES at the University of Colorado with support from NASA DISCOVER-AQ. To learn more about the types of air pollutants and how researchers are studying them, visit www.spark.ucar.edu/air-quality

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