Research Paper On Air Pollution
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Problems and Solutions for the Air Pollution Issue
This 16 page paper addresses a variety of aspects of air pollution. Beginning with basic definitions, air pollution is clearly defined and various types of pollution are explored. Both indoor and outdoor pollution are discussed as significant problems. Causes are also addressed, including both human and natural varieties. The problems of cattle, lightening and volcanoes are noted as causes. Next, the exact effects of pollution are explained, inclusive of some documentation that poor air quality can lead to increased morbidity and mortality. The idea that air pollution is worse in the undeveloped world is highlighted and it is concluded that perhaps an economic or political solution will ultimately help to clean up the air. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Air Pollution/Cause and Effect
A 7 page research paper/essay that examines the cause and effect relationship of industrialization and air pollution. The problems associated with air pollution in the contemporary era are attributed to human actions. In other words, there is a direct cause-and-effect situation at work wherein human societies engage in industrialization and the myriad side effects of this industrialization results in polluting the air and the environment. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Cancer and Air Pollution
A 5 page discussion of the connection between air pollution and cancer. The author discusses specific air pollutant components such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, ozone, and nitrogen oxides in relation to their association with cancer. A brief review of the efforts which have been made to curb air pollution is also included. Bibliography lists 8 sources.