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Biology / Pollution and Conservation

Biology / Pollution and Conservation

Pollution is damaging or contaminating our environment due to the human actions or natural disasters. It can be air, water, land, or noise pollution. Learn about pollution and conservation of our natural resources.

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  • Pollution and Conservation - SmartTest

    Pollution and Conservation

    • Accessed by: 213 Students
    • Average Time: 00:02:48
    • Average Score: 55.02
    • Questions: 36
    • Introduction to Pollution & Conservation
    • Alternate sources of energy - solar, wind, hydro, biomass, geothermal energy
    • Review of Pollution & Conservation
    • Natural Resources
    • Pollution and pollutant
    • Air pollution - causes -burning fossils, Industrial processes and other sources
    • Effects of air pollution - Acid rain, Green house Effect
    • Ways to control air pollution- scrubbers, gravity settling chambers, CNG
    • Water pollution - causes- harmful microorganisms, chemicals, hot water, oxygen demanding waste
    • Ways to control pollution - sewage treatment, awareness programs, using organic manure
    • Noise pollution - causes, effects and preventive measures
    • Degradation of soil
    • Conservation of soil, water
    • Conservation of forests and wild life
    • Conservation of energy
  • Pollution and Conservation -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Pollution and Conservation

    • Accessed by: 249 Students

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