Air pollution : causes, impacts and control / edited by Alejandro White.

Contributor(s): White, Alejandro [editor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York, NY : Arcler Press LLC, 2017Description: 262 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781680946130 (hardcover)Subject(s): Air -- Pollution | Air pollutionLOC classification: TD883 | Ai7 2017
Contents:
1) Air pollution -- 2) Smog control -- 3) Air quality law and regulations -- 4) Atmospheric dispersion modeling -- 5) Indoor air quality -- 6) Chloroflurocarbons: planetary boundary layer -- 6) Global dimming -- 9) Climate change.
Summary: The sustainment of all things living is due to a combination of gases that collectively form the atmosphere; the imbalance caused by the increase or decrease of the percentage of these gases can be harmful for survival. The ozone layer considered crucial for the existence of the ecosystems on the planet is depleting due to increased pollution. Global warming, a direct result of the increased imbalance of gases in the atmosphere has come to be known as the biggest threat and challenge that the contemporary world has to overcome in a bid for survival. The particulate matter and noxious gases floating in the atmosphere can trap solar heat in a process known as the greenhouse effect. The effects of air pollution are alarming. They are known to create several respiratory and heart conditions along with Cancer, among other threats to the body. Children in areas exposed to air pollutants are said to commonly suffer from pneumonia and asthma. This book covers principles and practices of air pollution, such as causes, analysis and control.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1) Air pollution -- 2) Smog control -- 3) Air quality law and regulations -- 4) Atmospheric dispersion modeling -- 5) Indoor air quality -- 6) Chloroflurocarbons: planetary boundary layer -- 6) Global dimming -- 9) Climate change.

The sustainment of all things living is due to a combination of gases that collectively form the atmosphere; the imbalance caused by the increase or decrease of the percentage of these gases can be harmful for survival. The ozone layer considered crucial for the existence of the ecosystems on the planet is depleting due to increased pollution. Global warming, a direct result of the increased imbalance of gases in the atmosphere has come to be known as the biggest threat and challenge that the contemporary world has to overcome in a bid for survival. The particulate matter and noxious gases floating in the atmosphere can trap solar heat in a process known as the greenhouse effect. The effects of air pollution are alarming. They are known to create several respiratory and heart conditions along with Cancer, among other threats to the body. Children in areas exposed to air pollutants are said to commonly suffer from pneumonia and asthma. This book covers principles and practices of air pollution, such as causes, analysis and control.

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