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Air Quality

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Renina Clayton

on 16 January 2013

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Transcript of Air Quality

Air Quality What is Air Quality? How is Air Quality degraded? Air quality is degraded when unwanted chemicals or other materials are released into the air in large enough amounts to harm the health of people, plants and animals, and our environment. This is called “air pollution,” and the harmful substances are called “air pollutants.” The quality of the air depends on the amount of pollutants, the rate at which they are released from various sources, and how quickly the pollutants disperse (or, conversely, how long they are trapped in an area) How is Air Quality measured? Good Air Quality to the environment? How will the Air Quality affect the environment in the future? Bad Air Quality to the environment? What are the effects of Air Quality in Human Health? How will air quality affect human health in the future? What are some things we can do to help improve air quality? Thanks for Listening! :) Carpool, public transportation, combine errands, conserve energy, conserve water, turn off lights , computer and tv Contaminants are measured in one of two ways: either through continuous (real-time) or noncontinuous (discrete) monitoring. In continuous monitoring, air is constantly measured and the data is automatically transmitted to a central database. In noncontinuous monitoring, contaminants collect on a filter or canister over a specified period of time. Then a technician collects the filter or canister and sends it to a certified laboratory for measurement and analysis.
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