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6th grade air pollution

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  • Q1
    What is air pollution?
    The presence of fresh air in a closed space.
    The introduction of clean air into a polluted space.
    The removal of pollutants from the air.
    The presence or introduction into the air of substances that cause harm to living things or the environment.
  • Q2
    What are some sources of air pollution?
    Rivers, lakes, and oceans.
    Rain, snow, and hail.
    Vehicles, factories, power plants, and wildfires are all sources of air pollution.
    Trees, flowers, and plants.
  • Q3
    What is smog?
    A type of rain that is highly acidic.
    A mixture of pollutants, primarily ground-level ozone and particulate matter, that can cause respiratory problems.
    A type of cloud that forms close to the ground.
    A type of snow that contains pollutants.
  • Q4
    What is acid rain?
    A type of rain that is highly nutritious for plants.
    A type of rain that is highly alkaline.
    Rain that is highly acidic and can cause damage to plants, aquatic animals, and infrastructure.
    A type of rain that is highly radioactive.
  • Q5
    What is a greenhouse gas?
    A gas that makes the air smell bad.
    A gas that causes acid rain.
    A gas that traps heat in the Earth's atmosphere and contributes to climate change.
    A gas that purifies the air.
  • Q6
    What are some examples of greenhouse gases?
    Carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide are all examples of greenhouse gases.
    Oxygen, nitrogen, and argon.
    Sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide.
    Water vapor, helium, and neon.
  • Q7
    What is the ozone layer?
    A layer of acid rain that falls from the sky.
    A layer of ozone high up in the Earth's atmosphere that protects us from harmful ultraviolet radiation.
    A type of cloud that forms at high altitudes.
    A layer of smog that forms near the ground.
  • Q8
    What can individuals do to reduce air pollution?
    Throw trash and recyclables out of car windows.
    Drive more and use less public transportation.
    Drive less, use public transportation, turn off lights and electronics when not in use, and plant trees are all ways to reduce air pollution.
    Use more electricity and burn more fossil fuels.
  • Q9
    What are some health effects of air pollution?
    Increased immunity to diseases.
    Respiratory problems, heart disease, and cancer are all health effects of air pollution.
    Improved lung function and stamina.
    Increased intelligence and creativity.
  • Q10
    What is the Clean Air Act?
    A federal law that promotes air pollution.
    A federal law that funds air pollution.
    A federal law that ignores air pollution.
    A federal law that regulates air pollution and sets air quality standards.

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