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europe's ittues

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Miriam Tyson

on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of europe's ittues

europes disasters by: hannah bobo and melissa arroyo
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
over the past thirty years, acid rain has taken it's toll on these land marks
acid rain has ruined nearly half of the Black Forest in southwestern Germany
damaged soil and trees growing in it
The statues and buildings get damedged because of the acid rain
in southern Germany, plants that use water power from streams and river in the region are replacing many coal burn factories
London, the capital of the united kingdom is notorious for air pollution.
the word smog was first used in the united kingdom in 1905
in the past, the major source of air pollution was smoke and sulfur dioxide from burning coal or other fossil fuels
after the Great smog, the government created smokeless zones
chernobyl's nuclear disaster
in the, 1980 many countries were using nuclea power but after the chernobyl they strarted using it for weapons
drinking water was unsafe after the accident, and many fish died ( poor fishy's)
it was unsafe to go to chernobyl because all the particles were in the air still
a thirty mile area around the power station was abandon by humans and became known as the "exclusion zone "
Acid Rain in Germany
Air Pollution in UK

Acid Rain in Germany
chernobyl
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