• Sound Pollution
    Main effects of sound pollution • Deafness, temporary or permanent, is one of the most prevalent effects of noise pollution. Mechanics, locomotive drivers, telephone operators etc all have their hearing impairment. • The first and foremost effect of noise is a decrease in the efficiency in working...
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  • Noise Pollution
    noise pollution Introduction to sources of noise pollution:.. Sources of Noise Pollution Appliances used in the home such as mixer grinders, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, loudspeakers, television sets and music systems used with high volumes are the main sources of this kind of pollution. Small...
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  • Water & Noice Pollution
    Noise Pollution Noise may not seem as harmful as the contamination of air or water, but it is a pollution problem that affects human health and can contribute to a general deterioration of environmental quality. Noise is undesirable and unwanted sound. Not all sound is noise. What may be considered...
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  • Polluition
    Topic: Pollution Title: The Factors of Environment Pollution Pollution can take many forms. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the ground where we grow our food, and even the increasing noise we hear every day—all contribute to health problems and a lower quality of life. According to a survey...
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  • Noise Pollution
    Noise Pollution: Ironically, the subject of noise pollution is one of the most silent of all forms of pollutions. But, this little spoken-about form of pollution is nevertheless causing as many health issues as the other forms of pollution do. Here is a brief synopsis of the various causes, health...
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  • Noise Pollutioni N Cities
    Noise Pollution in Cities  Agenda: 1. What is Noise Pollution? 2. What causes Noise pollution? 3. What are the effects of Noise pollution in cities? 4. Measures to control Noise pollution. What is Noise Pollution?       Noise pollution is a type of energy pollution in which distracting...
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  • Noise Pollution
    Noise Pollution The nature of sound Sound, a manifestation of vibration, travels in wave patterns through solids, liquids and gases. The waves, caused by vibration of the molecules, follow sine functions, typified by the amplitude and wavelength (or frequency) Sound waves of equal amplitude with...
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  • Noise pollution
    introduction Noise pollution is the disturbing or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused bymachines and transportation systems, motor vehicles, aircraft, and trains.[1][2] Outdoor noise is summarized...
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  • Information report (Type of pollution)
    Types of pollution Pollution is the presence of damaging and dangerous substances, mostly a contaminant or toxin, which causes damaging impacts to the living organisms and its surrounding (All-recycling-facts.com, 2011). Pollutions are classified into four major types and they are land pollution, water...
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  • Essay
    is more pollution happening around the globe. Many campaigns is been done to raise the awareness of pollution but there is still people who ignores the environment pain. One of the main pollution effecting the environment is air pollution. Air pollution can be visible and invisible. Pollution happens...
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  • Pollution
    Types of Pollution Noise PollutionNoise pollution is a type of energy pollution in which distracting, irritating, or damaging sounds are freely audible. As with other forms of energy pollution (such as heat and light pollution), noise pollution contaminants are not physical particles, but rather...
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  • Consultant/ Researcher
    In Bangladesh noise pollution (also termed as sound pollution) is a major health hazard. In fact, due to noise pollution millions of people in Bangladesh are exposed to a number of health risks - from deafness to heart attack. On city streets noise pollution can be caused by hydraulic horns of vehicles...
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  • Noise Pollution
    WHAT IS NOISE POLLUTION? What is noise Pollution? Sound is essential to our daily lives, but noise is not. Noise is generally used as an unwanted sound, or sound which produces unpleasant effects and discomfort on the ears. Sound becomes unwanted when it either interferes with normal activities...
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  • Noisepollution.Docx
    NOISE POLLUTION INTRODUCTION: Noise may not seem as harmful as the pollution of air or water but it is also a severe problem that affects human health and can contribute to a general deterioration of environmental daily. NOISE: The word “Noise” derived from the Latin word “Nausea” meaning seasickness...
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  • English
    generations have to solve three grave problems, namely, population poverty and pollution if they have to survive. Pollution being the most dangerous problem likes cancer in which death is sure but slow. Environment pollution is assuming dangerous proportions all through the globe and India is not free...
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  • shahkhan
    WHAT IS NOISE POLLUTION The unwanted sound or the sound which has bad effecty on ears is called noise pollution. we can also say that the loudness sound which makes unplsent effect on ear is noise pollution. what are the sources of such sound which makes noise pollution, thy are the sound of airoplane...
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  • Report
    International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering ISSN 0974-5904, Vol. 03, No. 06, December 2010, pp. 869-874 Environmental Impacts of Noise Pollution - A case Study of Saharanpur City, Western Uttar Pradesh, India. VARTIKA SINGH and PRAMENDRA DEV School of Studies in Earth Science, Vikram University...
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  • Ocean Noise Pollution
    Ocean Noise Pollution For millions of years, the oceans have been filled with sounds from natural sources such as the squeaks, moans and clicks of whales and dolphins, the snapping of shrimp, the sound caused by wind upon the surface and even the occasional rumble from earthquakes. Over millions of...
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  • Essay
    Jennifer Rios Negative Effects of Noise Pollution Technological progress has brought humanity numerous benefits. All types of devices and gadgets allow people to save time, work more efficiently and stay in touch with the rest of the world. However, there is also a flip side. Growing industry, an increasing...
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  • Noise Pollution and Mitigation in Urban Developments
    of pollution comes about, most people usually attribute it to air pollution. Air pollution is usually the first thing people think of because it is the highly debated form of pollution that occurs in most urban settings. What some people may not realize is that it is only one form of pollution that...
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