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Discussion #1 -City Air versus Country Air versus Clean Air? View the following video and respond to the posed questions:Discussion #1

After viewing the air video how do you feel the EPA is handling the air quality issues we face in the

US? From your personal experiences have you noticed a difference in air quality in the city verse

the country? In the US verse another country? Explain


Discussion #2 - The water we drink

Can you ever imagine a time when drinking water will become so scarce and so priceless that only the rich will survive? Could you imagine that the time is NOW for many peoples around the world? How if at all did the video change your views or assumptions on available water?



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Describe the main anthropogenic source(s) and associated human health problem(s) for the following pollutants: lead, mercury, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particulates, and photochemical oxidants.

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Report: Sources and Effects of Pollution on Humans (1)

Sources and Effects of Pollution on
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