• Haze
    leaves and garbage done by the public are a few examples that done by Malaysian. Many are ignorant of the health effects of open burning. During the haze, hospitals and clinic often report a dramatic increase in respiratory problems, lung infections and asthma attack. The Air Pollution...
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  • Effects of Open Burning
    Effects of Open Burning Over industrialization and globalization, the economic growth has been evolving since a few decades ago. Majority of human now are exposed to the advance technologies and luxury of life. However, these scenarios do not indicate that life nowadays is much better than the...
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  • Haze
    appear to have no power to control farmers from practicing by most Malaysian. Open-field burning of rice straw by the rice planters and open burning of dried leaves and garbage done by the public are a few examples that done by Malaysian. Many are ignorant of the health effects of open burning...
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  • Differentiation
    . Effects of the air pollution: • deteriorating air quality • health hazards – lung diseases and skin irritations • acid rain – affects agriculture and wildlife Measures to overcome air pollution: • enforcement of stricter rules and regulations against open burning • car-pooling and the...
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  • Malaysia
    examples that done by Malaysian. Many are ignorant of the health effects of open burning. During the haze, hospitals and clinic often report a dramatic increase in respiratory problems, lung infections and asthma attack. The Air Pollution Index (API) usually indicates the hazardous and dangerous levels of...
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  • Mr.Wee
    garbage done by the public are a few examples that done by Malaysian. Many are ignorant of the health effects of open burning.             During the haze, hospitals and clinic often report a dramatic increase in respiratory problems, lung infections and asthma attack. The Air Pollution Index (API) usually indicates the hazardous and dangerous levels of pollution during this period. The haze has long-term side effects. Prolonged inhalation of ...
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  • The Risk Management Open Burning
    identification of possible risk in chain effect to the practice of open burning. In this case, the example of possible risk is poisonous gas emission. Step 2 In this level it is evaluated if the risk is known for sure or more of high possibilities. If it is known for sure step 4 is implied and if...
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  • Step by Step Photoshopping
    layer, choose Blending options: And result: Rename this group as “burning effect”. Step 13 Open man stock. Extract him with method you’re familiar with, resize and place him into our main document: To change color of the man I use a Hue/Saturation layer with Clipping Mask: Step 14 To...
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  • Haze
    the neighbouring countries. For example, when there was extensive open burning in Indonesia, the haze spread to Malaysia and Singapore. In these countries, the situation is further aggravated by the pollution from vehicles and factories. The haze is an unwelcome visitor. Its effects, which are...
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  • Letter of Complaint(Open Burning)
    . 20 APRIL 2013 Dear Sir, COMPLAINT OF OPEN BURNING I would like to draw your immediate attention to the above matter. I am not satisfied with the occupant of a house in my neighbour, Mr. Daniel Chu, as he constantly...
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  • Haze
    of Indonesia due to slash and burn method of farming. The Indonesian authoritiesappear to have no power to control farmers from practising such methods. The hazeis further worsened by open burning practised by most Malaysians. Open-fieldburning of rice straw by the rice planters and open burning of...
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  • Effects of Rice Straw Burning
    ? Does it pose any threat on the environment? Open burning of agricultural waste is a common means of disposing crops and wood waste and for clearing land for farming. In rice, the most common way to dispose waste is by in situ burning. Many crops benefit from burning because it is an efficient...
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  • Haze
    anthropogenic. Natural resources are including oceans, forests and earth surface. However, most of the particles are from human activities such as open burning, clearing of land, the use of motor vehicles and fuel combustion in industrial field. Looking back at the situation that has happened in...
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  • Pollution
    from the effects of environmental pollution. Pollution can also cause various health problems and other negative effects. Air pollution is caused by the emission of toxic gases from vehicles, factories and open burning. Nowadays, there are more and more vehicles on the road as society gets more...
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  • Fire Hazards
    . Because with an open flame the primary ignition source itself represents an existing self-sustaining combustion, the ignition mechanism means in essence the spreading of burning to another system. Provided that the ignition source with open flame possesses sufficient energy for initiating ignition...
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  • Air Pollution
    tiny bits of dry material that settle to Earth. The biggest cause of acid rain is burning of fossil fuels by coal-burning power plants, factories, and automobiles. Acid rain has many ecological effects, but none is greater than its impact on lakes, streams, wetlands, and other aquatic environments...
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  • Fuel Loads in Forests
    . In 2002, another study was done on the stand and landscape lever effects of prescribed burning on two Arizona wildfires. During this experiment, satellite imagery and prescribed fire records were analyzed from the two Arizona wildfires finding that prescribed fire treatments in earlier years reduced...
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  • Pollution
    of environmental pollution. Pollution can also cause various health problems and other negative effects. Air pollution is caused by the emission of toxic gases from vehicles, factories and open burning. Nowadays, there are more and more vehicles on the road as society gets more affluent. More...
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  • School
    * Gas burner * Ring stand * Wire gauze * Forceps * Cleaning sponge * Sulfur, powder Safety: * Wear safety goggles. * Hydrochloric acid is very corrosive and can cause burns. * Do not look directly at burning magnesium. The intense light may damage your eyes. View...
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  • Pollution
    the effects of environmental pollution. Pollution can also cause various health problems and other negative effects. Air pollution is caused by the emission of toxic gases from vehicles, factories and open burning. Nowadays, there are more and more vehicles on the road as society gets more...
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