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The Humans' impact on the process of photosynthesis

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Amanda Figueroa

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Transcript of The Humans' impact on the process of photosynthesis

The Humans' impact on the process of photosynthesis
Ways of Human impact
Humans as a Source of CO2
We humans exhale CO2 so that the plants can convert it to O2 that we breathe to exhale CO2 and so on.
Humans can also affect the water needed for photosynthesis by pollution through chemicals, factory emmissions, dumping, etc.
Human pollution of the water
Bibliography
Images taken from: http://khenni.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/waterpollutionsources.jpg?w=510

Human pollution of the air
Methods of transportation using fossil fuels and also factory emissions release CO2. Sometimes the air pollution is so much that it blocks the sunlight that plants need for photosynthesis.
Air pollution

(good and bad)
Reducing the Negative impact
We should all work hard to reduce our negative impact on the process of photosynthesis. We can walk or bike to places instead of driving to them to reduce the burning of fossil fuels. Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle are ways to reduce dumping, and using enviromentally friendly cleaning products too. We have seen what we can do, why not try harder to let photosynthesis do its job?
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