ES Q3 Water Pollution (Activity)
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The introduction of chemical, physical or biological agents into the water is29
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The introduction of chemical, physical or biological agents into the water is
What is an example of non-point source pollution
runoff from several steel factories
waste water form mine30sEditDelete
Which of the following are the primary causes of water pollution?
None of these
Which of the following is mainly responsible for the causes of water pollution?
Both oil refineries and paper factories30sEditDelete
Which of the following is not a waterborne disease?
In most freshwater lakes, the algal productivity is limited by the availability of which of the following inorganic ions?
Fertilizer from farms can cause
increased oxygen in water
Most of the pollution in the ocean comes from
waste from land
The effects of water pollution on an ecosystem
are concentrated in one area
can become worse due to biomagnification
result mostly from point source locations
are always immediate30sEditDelete
Thermal pollution of water bodies is due to
discharge of waste from mining
discharge of chemicals from industries
discharge of heat (hot water) from power plants
discharges of agricultural run off30sEditDelete
High coliform count in water is an indicator of
hardness of water30sEditDelete
increases turbidity and deoxygenation
Polluted water can be purified by using
Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) is a measure of
extent to which water is polluted with organic compounds
amount of carbon monoxide inseparably combined with hemoglobin
amount of oxygen needed by green plants during night
industrial waste poured into water bodies30sEditDelete
Which regions of seas/oceans are the most polluted ?
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