How does each of these types of air pollution affect human health and the environment?
What some ways to control air pollution?
Industrial smog is the black-brown colored haze that is in the air that can be seen over some cities. It is mostly visible in the summer. Burning coal produces sulfur dioxide (SO2) that eventually ends up into our atmosphere. Photochemical Smog is air pollution containing ozone and other reactive chemical compounds formed by the action of sunlight on nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons, especially those in automobile exhaust. In meteorology, an Inversion is a deviation from the normal change of an atmospheric property with altitude. It almost always refers to a "temperature inversion", i.e., an increase in temperature with height, or to the layer ("inversion layer") within which such an increase occurs. Atmospheric Brown Cloud, a layer of air pollution containing aerosols such as soot or dust that absorb as well as scatter incoming solar radiation, leading to regional and global climatic effects and posing risks to human health and food security. This layer extends from Earth’s surface to an altitude of roughly 3 km. Smog is a harmful air pollutant that leads to asthma attacks and exacerbates respiratory illnesses, especially among children and the elderly. The human body has difficulty defending itself against the harms of smog. Smog can irritate and inflame pulmonary membranes, causing chest pains, coughing, and throat irritation. Other illnesses such as colds and pneumonia can also be brought on by exposure to smog. Agriculture is also hurt by smog. Soybeans, wheat, tomatoes, peanuts, lettuce, and cotton are all subject to infection when exposed to smog. One of the most harmful effects of inversions is that they trap the pollution close to the ground, trapping the smog. In places like Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, this is a real problem because of all the emissions from