Here is a helpful video outlining the various types of air pollution and their sources. Courtesy of: Cleanairforall
Students use data to create graphs comparing the ozone levels in various US cities, analyze and evaluate trends, and determine how humans have affected air quality and what steps can be done to preserve air quality. Lesson includes vocabulary, background information, activity, online resources and extension.
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Pollutants and acid rain from outside the region are deteriorating the air quality and having negative effects on the life in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Students will explore unusual sources of air pollution from craft time in kindergarten class to beetles boring holes in trees. They will then have the opportunity to check their local air quality and learn how to take action against air pollution.
Describes the complex chemical reactions that take place between plants and pollutants.
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Learn about the types of air pollutants and the problems they can create.
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