Radioactive Pollution PPT
Chapter 22 Water Pollution Types of Water Pollution Sewage Disease-causing agents Sediments Inorganic Plant and Algal Nutrients Organic compounds Inorganic compounds Radioactive substances Thermal pollution Types of Water Pollution Sewage ↑ Enrichment Explosion in algal, bacteria, & decomposer ...
Radiation pollution The aim is to show people all the danger of radiation pollution. The popular problem. Now problem of pollution by nuclear waste becomes very popular.
Radioactive pollution of food chain - Α Air - soil pathways of radioactive pollution Inhalation Direct pollution Plants MAN Soil Air Food Animals Source
Nuclear Energy Energy from disintegrating atomic nuclei has a tremendous potential to do good for the people of the world. We routinely use X-rays to examine for fractures, treat cancer with radiation and diagnose disease with the use or radioactive isotopes.
Thermal/Radioactive Pollution Controlling water pollution The US government has passed laws attempting to regulate water quality for about 100 years. State controlled legislation failed because different States had different standards.
Radioactive Wastes Radioactive wastes can also be a sources of ling-term water pollution. Radioactive wastes stored in underground containers may leak and pollute groundwater. Pollution of the oceans occurs if these wastes are dumped in the ocean.
Water Pollution & Cleanup 11 June 2010 Water-Pollution.ppt * Water pollution Classes of pollution, pollutants Pathogens, parasites Oxygen-demanding wastes Inorganic chemicals Inorganic plant nutrients Organic chemicals Sediments Radioactive material Heat (thermal pollution) 11 June 2010 Water ...
WATER ,SOIL,AND MARINE POLLUTION Water pollution Sources :- Point Source Non Point Source Types of pollutants Sediments. ... Inorganic chemicals. Infectious micro-organism Organic compounds. Radioactive substances. Thermal pollution. Oxygen demanding organic waste.
Source of water pollution. Municipal. e.g., sewage. Most HDC countries have tertiary treatment in most cities. Other places things are not so good. ... RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINANTS. Erosion of natural deposits. TRIHALOMETHANES. By product of drinking water chlorination. Drinking water.
Radioactive waste. Oil pollution. Underground storage leakages. Atmospheric deposition. Global warming. Eutrophication. Sewage and wastewater. Water that contains feces, urine, and laundry waste. Sewage contaminates the environment and causes disease.
Toxic pollutants i. Inorganic chemicals such as lead, copper, etc. ii. Radioactive pollution iii. Synthetic organic compounds such as pesticides 5. Water Related Issues a. Water quantity i. Overall there is ample freshwater in America. ii.
Pollution Prof. Dr. Asrar M. Khan Pollution Definition Undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated with harmful substances as a consequence of human activities The contamination of air, water, or soil by substances that are harmful to living organisms.
Water Pollution The Hydrologic Cycle World Water Supply Water Pollution: Forms it may take Disease: In developing nations, 80% of diseases are water-related.
Chemical, radioactive and thermal pollution Discarded radioactive materials from nuclear submarines and military waste have been a major source of radioactivity in the oceans, which causes fatal harm to marine life.
Title: Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization (P2/WMin) in Environmental Management Subject: DOE Workshop Training Materials Author: EH-43 Keywords
Water Pollution Chapter 22 Water Pollution Any physical or chemical change in water that negatively impacts the health ... Disease causing agents Sediment pollution Inorganic plant and algal nutrients Organic compounds Inorganic chemicals Radioactive substances Thermal pollution Mini ...
Environmental Problems Pollution Resource Depletion Human Population Growth Habitat Destruction Pollution What do you think of when you think of pollution? ... Types of Pollution Solid Wastes Chemicals Radioactive Wastes Gases Solid Wastes Hazardous Wastes Waste that can catch fire, ...
... radioactive pollution What really happened – radioactive pollution Changing wind patterns spread the radioactive cloud all over Europe Scandinavia, the Baltic States, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, ...
What is Water Pollution? ... Bad Stuff: Metals Mental health issues, brain damage Salts Radioactive materials Uranium, thorium, cesium, iodine, radon Sources: Mining and processing of ores Power plants Weapons production Natural sources Bad Stuff: ...
It is a form of water pollution and like all other forms of pollution is the result of human activities influencing ecological cycles. ... The radioactive materials had been carried by atmospheric circulation. Lake classification based on nutrient content and production of organic matter.
Air pollution Part B ... Radioactive radon-222 gas- colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that is produced by the natural radioactive decay of U-238. Very small particles Sources of these pollutants-brought in on shoes, pesticides, paints, ...
DEFINITION THE TYPE OF POLLUTION Air pollution Industrial pollution Soil pollution Acoustic pollution Light pollution Thermal pollution Radioactive pollution Domestic pollution Architectural pollution Urban pollution Agricultural pollution Water pollution ACUTE TOXICITY - Low-toxic ...
What are some types of water pollution? Bacteria and viruses. Untreated sewage and garbage. Radioactive waste. Chemicals like pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides
Ministerial Decision No. 249/97 issuing the regulations for the control and Management of Radioactive Materials – issued by MRMEWR. ... a contingency plan to encounter risks of radioactive pollution.
Safety Issues for Hg irradiation T. Otto (SC/RP), 28 May 2004 Experiment siting - Activation of air and components Activity of Hg – unsealed radioactive source
Marine Pollution * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Marine pollution includes a range ... persistent organic pollutants (POP’s), heavy metals from mine tailings and other sources, acidification, radioactive substances, marine litter, overfishing and destruction of coastal ...
Air & Air Pollution ... Aldehydes Radioactive Substances Radon-222 Iodine-131 Strontium-90 Hazardous Air Pollutants Benzene Methyl chloride Chloroform Formaldehyde Outdoor Air Pollution Photochemical Smog When pollutants react with sunlight “smog” is produced It is formed by both ...
High Level Radioactive Waste Disposal (Patent Pending) Permanent-Safe-Economical Permanent RadWaste Solutions ... The London Convention is not a gathering of any trade group but it is a set of international laws to prevent the pollution of our oceans.
Radioactive fallout causes air pollution from the nuclear energy dispersed, which is a dust. Fertilizer Dust Dust from fertilizers used to help plants grow causes air pollution. Sick building syndrome (SBS) is the term used when there is indoor air pollution.
The accident at Chernobyl nuclear power station in April 1986 caused radioactive pollution of a vast area. The international organization Greenpeace is also doing much to preserve the environment. The Earth is our home.
INDOOR AIR POLLUTION: RADON CHARACTERISTICS Radioactive element Naturally occurring Colorless, odorless, and tasteless Derived from natural decay of uranium Chemically inert When it decays, it releases decay products (progeny) ...
Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment, 11th Edition, Miller Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION By Mr.C.R.Girish, ... In addition to this waste products that are either infectious or radioactive are also classified as hazardous Toxic wastes are those substances that are poisonous even in very small or trace amounts.
RADIOACTIVE POLLUTION Bottom-living fish are more likely to be exposed to radioactivity because of radionuclides coating sediments. All safe emission levels are controlled only for humans - little research has been carried out on the impacts of radiation on marine life.
Water Pollution Water Hydrogen bonding – strong attractive forces Water expands when it freezes Liquid phase is 0ºC (32ºF) ... quality Infectious agents Oxygen demanding waste Inorganic chemicals Organic chemicals Excess plant nutrients Sediments Radioactive materials Heat (thermal pollution
Air Pollution What Causes Air Pollution? Air pollution is the contamination of the atmosphere by wastes from sources such as industrial burning and automobile exhausts.
Sources of Contamination. Point-source contamination is the cause of pollution in landfills, radioactive waste dump sites, drainage from mining, and vehicular emissions/spills.
Water Pollution Overview Types of ... inorganic chemicals, radioactive substances, and thermal pollution Sewage The release of wastewater from drains or sewers Includes human wastes, soaps, and detergents Causes 2 serious environmental problems: ...
Air Pollution Chapter 18 ... Problem PowerPoint Presentation Indoor Air Pollution Is a Serious Problem Some Important Indoor Air Pollutants Radioactive Radon Gas Sources and Paths of Entry for Indoor Radon-222 Gas Your Body’s Natural Defenses against Air Pollution Can Be Overwhelmed Major ...
Nuclear physics Bombs, power plants Radioactive decay Requires a metastable nucleus, such as 238U. Radioactive decay Requires a metastable nucleus, such as 238U. 238U is essentially 234Th + 4He (a particle).
Water pollution affects plants and organisms living in these bodies of water; and, in almost all cases the effect is damaging either to individual species and populations, but also to the natural biological communities. ... medical and scientific processes that use radioactive material.
Air pollution is most important from public point of view, because every individual person breathes approximately 22000 times a day inhaling about 15 to 22 kgs of air daily. ... Radioactive substances. INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION. INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION. VOLCANIC ERUPTION. LAVA.
ID 38: MARINE SEDIMENTS AS A RADIOACTIVE POLLUTION REPOSITORY IN THE WORLD J.M. Navarrete, G. Espinosa, J.I. Golzarri, G. Müller, M.A. Zúñiga, M. Camacho
... Year 1 Acid rain Air Pollution Nuclear Pollution Acid Rain Air Pollution Nuclear Pollution Nuclear pollution is pollution that is radioactive. Fallout can lead to radiation sickness and death. Nuclear fallout can destroy environmental features and animal life.
Title: ENERGY RESOURCES and POLLUTION KS3/4 (Radioactive materials P3) Author: Wendy Abbott-Wright Last modified by: Wendy Abbott-Wright Created Date
... forms of life on Earth Our modern industrial way of life may prove a maladaptive strategy in terms of cultural ecology Radioactive pollution Potentially the most serious, though invisible Catastrophe at Chenobyl in Ukraine on April 26, ...
Chapter 19 Air Pollution Chapter Overview Questions What layers are found in the atmosphere? What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where do they come from?
Radioactive Pollution Radioactive pollution is rare but extremely detrimental, and even deadly, when it occurs. Because of its intensity and the difficulty of reversing damage, there are strict government regulations to control radioactive pollution.
Water Pollution World Water Supply Water Cycle Atm. -Ocean - Land Evap. ... etc. Radioactive substances Oxygen-demanding wastes Plant Nutrients Sediments Thermal Discharges A very personal look at water What happens to your water before you drink it?
Principal forms of pollution Principal forms of pollution include: air pollution water pollution soil contamination radioactive contamination noise pollution light pollution visual pollution Composition of clean, dry air Air pollution Air pollution is a broad term applied to any chemical, ...