AIR POLLUTION

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AIR POLLUTION by Mind Map: AIR POLLUTION

1. Sources of Air Pollution

1.1. Primary Pollution

1.1.1. Natural Resources

1.1.1.1. Volcano

1.1.1.2. The Marshes

1.1.1.3. Forest Fires

1.1.1.4. Denitrification

1.1.1.5. The Vegetation

1.1.2. Artificial Human Resources

1.1.2.1. Transportation

1.1.2.2. Industry

1.1.2.3. Power Plants

1.1.2.4. Combustion

1.1.2.5. The flue gas plant which produces harmful gases such as CFCs

1.1.3. Other Resources

1.1.3.1. Transportation

1.1.3.2. Gas Tanks Leaks

1.1.3.3. The methane gas from the landfill

1.1.3.4. Organic solvent vapor

1.2. Secondary Pollution

1.2.1. Ozone

2. Type of Material Types of Air Pollution

2.1. Carbon Monoxide (CO)

2.2. Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

2.3. Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

2.4. CFC

2.5. Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

2.6. Ozone (O3)

2.7. Particle

2.8. Hydrocarbons (HC)

2.9. Other Gases

3. The Impact of Air Pollution

3.1. Health impact

3.1.1. Brain

3.1.1.1. Impaired Growth and Intelligence due to Pb

3.1.2. Eye

3.1.2.1. Irritation and inflammation result Hc

3.1.3. Stomatch

3.1.3.1. Nausea, lethargy, and decreased appetite due to Pb

3.1.4. Lung

3.1.4.1. Plaques and trigger asthma attacks due to HC and SO2

3.1.5. Throat

3.1.5.1. Inflammation due to HC

3.1.6. Hearth

3.1.6.1. Blood oxygen deficiency due to CO and NO

3.1.7. Reproduction System

3.1.7.1. Disturbed (male) due to Pb

3.2. Impact on Crops

3.2.1. Disorders in Primary

3.2.1.1. the occurrence of direct contact between the sources of pollution with parts plant surfaces directly

3.2.2. Disorders in Secondary

3.2.2.1. occurs in plants because of contamination disturbing the root system

3.3. Acid rain

3.3.1. Causing respiratory problems in humans.

3.3.2. Cause corrosion on buildings.

3.3.3. Cause plants to dry, wither and die.

3.3.4. Damaging aquatic ecosystems.

3.3.5. Damaging infrastructure (infrastructure) on earth.

3.4. Greenhouse effect

3.4.1. The longer the temperature of the surface of the Earth is getting hotter.

3.4.2. Weather anomaly between day and night.

3.4.3. The snow or ice-melting Arctic permafrost region

3.4.4. The increasing intensity of storms.

3.4.5. Frequent occurrence of natural disasters.

3.4.6. The occurrence of the phenomenon of drought and crop failure.

3.4.7. Agricultural production progressively decreased.

3.4.8. Famine and malnutrition.

3.4.9. The outbreak of various diseases.

3.4.10. Predicted millions of species of living creatures will become extinct

3.5. Damage Ozone Layer

3.5.1. increased intensity of ultraviolet light that reaches the earth's surface can lead to health disorders

3.5.1.1. Cancers

3.5.1.2. Cataracts

3.5.1.3. Decrease Endurance

3.5.2. degsradasi the environment

3.5.3. limited sources of fresh water

3.5.4. damage the food chain in the sea

3.5.5. cause global warming (of global warming)

3.5.6. gas carbon dioxide (CO2) has contributed most about 50%

3.5.7. followed cholor flour carbon (CFC) 25%

3.5.8. 10% methane gas and the remainder other gases to global warming.

4. Efforts to Address Air Pollution

4.1. Do Clean Air Act

4.2. Develop environmentally friendly technologies

4.3. Renew Fuel Cell and Solar Cell

4.4. Conserve energy used

4.5. Maintain cleanliness of the neighborhood

4.6. Placing an industrial area or a factory far away from residential areas or settlements