Noise pollution may vary from whispers to rockets thundering above. As noise increases, the dangers of it can increase for humans and animals alike. Noise is measured in Decibles. 0 decibels is the quietest sound a human ear can hear, and the loudest noise we can hear can reach 180 decibels. Noise pollution or high degrees can result in loss of hearing, high blood pressure, and stress.
Light pollution doesn't pose any direct hazard to human health, but it does affect our environment negatively. Solutions to the pollution includes; sheidling light by directing it downwards, timers to only use light when nessissary, and using low pressure sodium sources.
Acid rain may not hold up standards provided by science fiction; melting buildings and eroding concrete in seconds. But acid rain does pose a large threat to the environment as more and more pollution enters the atmosphere. Acid precipitation Is precipitation such as rain, sleet, or snow that contains a high concentration of acids. Such acid rain can kill living things and result in a feline or loss of some local animals and plants. Lakes going fishless, areas being poisoned by the rain it depends on, and water sources for animals to drink is killing them off. The pH is the number of how acidic of basic a substance is. The lower the pH, the higher the concentration of acid runs rampant in our ecosystems. Sudden influx of acidic water can cause a rapid change in water's pH, causeing acid shock.
Luckily countries are trying to combat the problems. The U.S. And Canada signed Air Quality Agreement, reducing acid emitions. As well as multi-country agreements nessisary to control acid rain.