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Environmental Scientist. By: *Christina DiCampli* Daniel Blume Molly DeMatties Lucious Chance. Introduction. Environmental scientists are opposed to hog farming. Reasons: Water Pollution Nutrient runoff Erosion Wildlife. Water pollution.

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By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

Environmental Scientist

By: *Christina DiCampli*

Daniel Blume

Molly DeMatties

Lucious Chance


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

Introduction

  • Environmental scientists are opposed to hog farming.

  • Reasons:

    Water Pollution

    Nutrient runoff

    Erosion

    Wildlife


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

Water pollution

  • Hog farming is a big cause of water pollution

  • The manure runs down into the water and makes the lake polluted

  • This will harm the plants and the animals in the lake

  • If a person ate a fish that had a disease caused by hog waste they could get really sick


Seneca lake

Seneca Lake


Harmed wildlife

-Harmed Wildlife-

.Wildlife can be harmed from the manure minerals and nutrients are deposited in the lake.

.Copper is a supplement fed to hogs. When it reaches the water it causes a deadly fish disease called Pfiesteria piscada.

.The minerals and nutrients also cause algae to form in the lakes. Algae can kill fish and plant life in the water.


Images of harmed life

Images of harmed life


Runoff of hog farming

Runoff of hog farming

  • Hog farms produce 19 million tons of feces and urine a year or 50 thousand tons every single day.

  • If a person or animal swallows water from a contaminated source,illness can result.

  • Manure can contain bacteria and other organisms that can be harmful to humans if they get into a waterways or ground water.

  • Pathogens can become a problem when manure runs off into lakes where people swim or have direct bodily contact with the water.


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

  • Nitrates have led to stomach problems and cancer

  • Water moves the nitrates, copper, and animal manure into the water.

  • Animal manure contains 12x as much nitrogen as human sewage.


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

Erosion

  • Erosion is the loss of soil sediment by water,wind,and ice.

  • Hog farms are prone to erosion because of exposed soil caused from hogs and increased human activity.

  • This is a problem for Seneca Lake because it decreases the water quality by clouding the water.


Images of soil erosion

*((::.-Images of soil erosion-.::))*


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

Hog Farms

Environmental Scientists are opposed to Hog Farming because of how it harms wildlife and pollutes the water!


By christina dicampli daniel blume molly dematties lucious chance

U.S. Department of Labor http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos050.htm

Hog Farms- Good Neighbors http://www.ecochem.com/pollution.html

Hog Farms in Kentucky http://www.sumeria.net/earth/hogfarms.html

Environmental Concerns http://www.enviroliteracy.org/article.php/567.html

Heartland Institute http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=13708

Bibliography


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