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2403049

 

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1-4

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Beyond Breath: Unveiling the Ecological and Human Health Impacts of Anthropogenic Air Pollution

Authors

Munesh Lal Meena

Abstract

Natural disasters and a variety of human activities lead to air pollution. The atmosphere has not been as substantially impacted by natural events as it is currently by human activity, however throughout time, a variety of natural events like volcanoes, forest fires, and lightning may have released different toxins into the environment. Particulate matter (PM10, PM2.5), gases (such as carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxides (NOx), ground level ozone (O3), sulfur dioxide (SO2), organic compounds (such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon [PAH]), and metals at higher concentrations that permeate the environment are among the harmful substances that contribute to air pollution. In addition to its effects on plants and animals, air pollution is the primary cause of respiratory, neurological, and cardiovascular diseases in humans. Furthermore, it contributes to acid rain, global warming, ozone layer thinning, and other factors that contribute to climate change. The effects of air pollution on the ecosystem and public health are covered in this essay.

Keywords

Acid Rain, Global Warming, Pollution, Environment, Neurological Disorders

 

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Beyond Breath: Unveiling the Ecological and Human Health Impacts of Anthropogenic Air Pollution. Munesh Lal Meena. 2024. IJIRCT, Volume 10, Issue 2. Pages 1-4. https://www.ijirct.org/viewPaper.php?paperId=2403049

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