Q2-Post test #3: Air Quality (T/F and Multiple Choice)
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Using renewable energy sources like wind or solar energy can increase air pollution.29
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Using renewable energy sources like wind or solar energy can increase air pollution.
Areas with greater population densities have more air pollution.
If the air quality index is 30, it is safe for everyone to go outside.
Driving cars and trucks can increase the amount of pollution in the air.
You can always see air pollution.
Which of the following would be a way to reduce air pollution?
Leaving your computer on all the time.
Burning all your trash and recycling paper products.
Keeping the AC running at your house while you are gone on vacation.
Carpooling to and from school and school activities.30s
Scientists monitor ozone in the upper atmosphere and at ground level. Changing concentrations of each can cause health problems for people. Which set of changes would cause the MOST health concerns?
a decrease in both atmospheric and ground-level ozone
a decrease in atmospheric ozone and an increase in ground-level ozone
an increase in both atmospheric and ground-level ozone
an increase in atmospheric ozone and a decrease in ground-level ozone30s
Which of the following is an adverse health effect from air pollution?
All of these are correct
eye and lung irritants30s
____________ represents safe air quality on the Air Quality Index.
Why are scientists concerned with ozone depletion in the upper atmosphere?
because it increases the amount of smog in highly populated cities
because it allows ultraviolet radiation to reach Earth's surface.
because it causes greater levels of ground-level ozone.
because it decreases global temperatures by decreasing incoming solar radiation.30s
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