Air pollution is chemicals or particles in the air that can destroy the health of humans, animals, and plants. It also damages buildings. Pollutions in the air take many forms. They can be gases, solid particles, or liquid drops.
What is air pollution
Where dose Air Pollution comes from
Air pollution is caused by solid and liquid particles and certain gases that are suspended in the air. These particles and gases can come from car and truck exhaust, factories, dust, pollen, mold spores, volcanoes and wildfires.
Effects On Earth
Effect On Human
People get effect on different types of air pollution. Young children and older adults, they might get weaker.Such as asthma, heart disease, and lung disease can be made worse by air pollution.
Effect The Environment
Like humans, animals can suffer health effects from exposure to air pollution. Birth defects, diseases, and lower reproductive rates have all been attributed to air pollution.
Effects of the ecosystem
Research shows that air pollution may effect ecosystems. Air pollutants such as sulfur may lead to a lot amounts of acid in lakes and streams, and can damage trees and forest soils.
Effect Humans Health
There’s half the world has breathe in air the had ben polluted: nine out of ten people breath in pollution , which kills 7 million people every year.
Events of Air Pollution
1:December 5 to 8, 1952, London, UK due to winter coal caused by smoke, resulting in four days of more than 4,000 people dead, two months later more than 8,000 people dead.Examples of Air Pollution 2: America Donora: In October 1948, the town of Donora, Pennsylvania, United States, sulfur dioxide and oxides, mix with dust, some people breath in polluted air that cause 5911 people sick.
Steps:First use A4 paper to write down where are you going to put the plates, then use tape to stick the paper with the plates, then put Vaseline on the plates, and taped them on where you wrote on the paper. Second use another A4 paper to drew a chart which has bold words on it which is the dates, then you use the magnifying glass to observe each day and write down what you see in one or two sentence.
When you are finish you can know that’s under the magnifying glass you can see little dots, and dirt and other things on plates, these are the air pollution.