Causes, Effects and Process of Biomagnification

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What is Biomagnification? Biomagnification stands for Biological Magnification, which means the increase of contaminated substances or toxic chemicals that take place in the food chains. These substances often arise from intoxicated or contaminated environments. The contaminants include heavy metals namely mercury, arsenic, pesticides such as DDT, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) compounds which are then taken … Read more

Lethal Effects of Ocean Pollution

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Lethal Effects of Ocean Pollution The ocean influences weather, human and marine life forms, and the environment in general. On this regard, it merely means that the effects of polluting our oceans can be far-reaching. The increase of ocean pollution is continually affecting the health humans and most importantly the survival of marine life. Depending … Read more

Fatal Effects of Plastic Pollution

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Effects of Plastic Pollution Plastic pollution poses even greater impacts on the environment because of its widespread usage and its durability component. The global plastic consumption throughout the globe was approximated at 260 million tons in 2008, and it was predicted to be more than 300 tons in 2015 – according to the Global Industry … Read more

Primary Causes of Industrial Pollution

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Primary Causes of Industrial Pollution Industrial pollution is the release of wastes and pollutants generated by industrial activities into the natural environments including air, water, and land. Additionally, industrial pollution is linked to the degradation of the natural environment. Industrial pollution impacts the environment in multiple ways and has grave consequences on human lives and … Read more

7 Serious Effects of Land Pollution

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7 Serious Effects of Land Pollution The pollution of land has calamitous consequences especially concerning the survival of animals and humans and the quality of soil and water. Environmental protection agencies indicate that the effects can even be more devastating if wastes in landfills are not separated into reusable, recyclable, or organic waste. Since the … Read more

9 Devastating Effects of Soil Pollution

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9 Devastating Effects of Soil Pollution The contamination or degradation of soils impacts heavily on the health of plants. Humans are also affected in numerous ways either directly or indirectly. Polluted soil can harm humans by making contact with the soil or consuming vegetation produce from contaminated soils. Children are even more susceptible to the … Read more