I know that there are known steps to solve the air quality problem , but my question is do they a...
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by Akaveain_Sylvester |
April 27, 2021 19:09 |
I know that there are known steps to solve the air quality problem , but my question is do they affect the other living things that take in that air too.
Air pollutants can harm ecological resources, including water quality, soils, plants, and animals.
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Air Pollution can cause harm to animals because they kind of similar to us when something goes bad in the air we can get sick and die just like animals.
Air pollutants can harm ecological resources, including water quality, soils, plants and animals. ... Metals, such as mercury, and persistent organic compounds deposited from the atmosphere can bioaccumulate in the food chain, causing behavioral, neurological and reproductive effects in fish, birds, and wildlife
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