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Miss Wall’s Environmental Issues Final Review. . Funds set aside by US government for cleaning up toxic waste. The use of plants and fungus to clean-up toxic waste. What do we call the smog that has been carried to the North pole? Arctic Haze What is Superfund? What is Phytoremediation?

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Funds set aside by US government for cleaning up toxic waste

The use of plants and fungus to clean-up toxic waste

  • What do we call the smog that has been carried to the North pole?

Arctic Haze

  • What is Superfund?
  • What is Phytoremediation?
  • What is the name of the city where toxic waste was buried under their homes and schools?
  • What is the main source of toxic waste in the US?
  • What is toxic or hazardous waste?

Any discarded material that is known to cause death, cancer, mutations, is corrosive or explosive.

  • Where are 45% of the world’s endangered animals found?
  • About 65% of household trash is made up of ______________ ?
  • When did Fresh Kills Landfill close?
  • What is leachate?
  • What is the “black sludge” in China and other third world countries?

The toxic runoff created from the piles of turn-apart electronic waste

  • What is the biggest waste dumped in our oceans, besides plastic?
  • What do we call uncovered areas of waste disposal?
  • The majority of solid waste in the US comes from ____________________.

Love Canal, New York

Petroleum industry

Wetlands

Wrappers/packaging

2001

Toxic liquid produced from decomposition of waste

Nuclear Waste

Open Dump

Agriculture

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Japan

Staten Island

30%

  • Which country is the best for recycling solid waste?
  • Where was Fresh Kills Landfill located?
  • What is the percentage that NYC recycles?
  • What happens to 80% of America’s e-waste?

Shipped to 3rd world countries to have valuable pieces removed by poor communities

  • Where and when was the biggest oil spill in US history?

The Gulf Spill, 2010

  • What country leads the world in carbon monoxide emissions?
  • What does VOC’s stand for? What are some examples?

Volatile Organic Compounds- cleaners, paints, candles…

  • What are CFC’s and what are the destroying?
  • Describe the TWO types of smog and how they are created.

Sulfurous- black from burning of coal (London and China)

Photochemical- car exhaust and sunlight (brownish haze- LA)

  • What is flotsam?
  • How is acid mine drainage cleaned up?

Limestone pools that neutralize the pH

Brazil

Ozone Layer

Floating plastic trash in our oceans

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Aerosol cans and freezing devices

Methane

Recyclable

  • What is a major source of CFC’s?
  • Which greenhouse gas has increased 400% in the past 200 years?
  • Why is the ozone layer important?

Protects from Ultra Violet Radiation

  • About 80% of Americans trash is ____________________________.
  • What is the process of restoring land to its natural and productive state?

Reclamation

  • Many hazardous waste can be disposed of in ______________________.
  • Which state in the US has the most toxic waste dumps in the country?

New Jersey

  • What is the process of helping natural decomposition of waste?
  • What is the name of the landfill that is designed to hold solid waste safely?

Sanitary Landfill

  • What is the best way to reduce waste?
  • How do landfills contaminate our ground water?

Leachate leaking-dangerous sludge created decomposition of waste

  • What major policy was passed to decrease CFC’s production?

Montreal Protocol

A sink or drain

Composting

REUSE

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Deciduous Forest

  • Why are gas-powered lawn mowers a major contributor to air pollution?

No catalytic converter to control emissions

  • Where was the largest storage area in the US for toxic and nuclear waste?

Yucca Mountains

  • What biome do we live in?
  • What is an organism that can make its own food?
  • About 50% of the US’s electricity comes from:

Coal Burning

  • Which biome receives less than 25cm on rain a year?
  • What is the process where carbon dioxide is absorbed by the oceans?

Carbon Sink

  • What is the biggest reason why killer whales are endangered?

Oil Spills

  • Where was the only nuclear melt down in the world?

Chernobyl Russia

  • What type of wetland is the meadowlands?

Marsh

Autotroph

Desert

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SO2

BOD

  • What is an overgrowth of algae due to increase pesticides and fertilizer runoff?

Eutrophication

  • What is the air pollutant given of mainly from the burning of coal?
  • What is the amount of available oxygen in a body of water?
  • What is the toxic runoff from the tearing apart of old e-waste in 3rd world countries?

Black Sludge

  • What is a device placed on smokestacks to reduce air pollution?

Scrubber

  • What is the term that means “caused by humans”?
  • What is the air pollutant given off by the decomposition of waste and organic material?

Methane

  • What is the increased acidity in a freshwater system that also has an orange precipitate?

Acid Mine Drainage

  • What is an area of water so depleted of oxygen that nothing can survive?
  • What is an ecosystem that has sitting water for most or all of the year?

Wetlands

  • What is an increase in toxins higher up the food chain?

Biomagnification

Anthropogenic

Dead Zone

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Sulfurous smog

Population

Niche

Community

Point Source Pollutants

  • What is the blackish smog created from burning of coal?
  • What is a group of the same species in a given area?
  • What is an organism’s natural role in an ecosystem?
  • What is a group of different species in a given area?
  • What are direct and observable release of pollutants?
  • What is the air pollutant mainly released by car exhaust?
  • What is the brownish haze created from the pollutants released by cars and sunlight?
  • What is the main gas linked to global warming released from burning fossil fuels?
  • What are the non observable and indirect release of pollutants?
  • What is the soapy waste water released from cruise ships?
  • What is the absorption of carbon dioxide by the oceans?
  • What are the large rotating currents in each of our major oceans?
  • What is the death caused to coral by increased ocean temperatures?

Coral Bleaching

  • What is the deadly pesticide that caused for biomagnifications in birds of prey?

DDT

NO

Photochemical smog

Carbon Dioxide

Non Point Source

Grey Water

Carbon Sink

Gyres

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Off Stream Usage

Thermocline

80%

Energy

producers

  • What is the use of freshwater when it is removed from its source?
  • What is the layer of the ocean where temperature drops quickly?
  • What is the percentage of plastic trash in our oceans?
  • What is transferred in a food chain?
  • What is the lowest trophic level?
  • Based on lab results, which sample had the lowest pH?
  • What device is used to absorb oil of the shores after a spill?
  • What is a species that moves into an area after succession to begin animal life in an ecosystem?
  • Which type of succession occurs after a fire?
  • Which biome is made up of coniferous (pine) trees?
  • What are four reasons why wetlands are import?

storm buffer, nutrient rich soil, filters sediment, prevents flood, unique plants/animals

  • How is acid mine drainage created?
  • A Basic substance has a pH between _______ and ________.
  • Over 200,000 gallons of sewage are released weekly by:
  • Excessive sediment erosion and ecosystem alterations downstream are caused by:
  • ___________ _____________ is an ancient community that demonstrated overexploitation of natural, nonrenewable resources.

Poland springs water

Sorbent

Keystone species

Secondary Succession

Coniferous Forest

Oxidation of pyrite in coal mines

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Cruise ships

dams

Easter Island

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particulates

city

Acid rain

Ozone

  • Smoke, soot and small pieces of heavy metals are examples of ____________ in the air.
  • If you live in a ___________ you increase your chance of mortality by 15-25%.
  • Nearly the entire eastern United States suffers from ________ ____________.
  • What is the secondarily air pollutant with the sweet odor?
  • What is a biotic factor?
  • What is a most important step of the preliminary stage of water treatment?

BAR SCREEN- in the preliminary phase of water treatment

  • Which has a lower pH, Poland Springs or NJ rain water?
  • What does BOD stand for?
  • What caused the deaths of 4000 people in London in 1952?

Stationary front blocked smog from leaving town

  • What is WASTE TO ENERGY?

Using methane from a landfill for energy- example- Brooklyn

  • Who were the men in charge of the Chernobyl clean-up?

Liquidators

Living factors: grass, animals, fungus

Poland Spring

Biochemical Oxygen Demand