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We know that many human activities lead to increasing levels of pollution of the air, water-bodies and soil. -cbse-biology-class9

 Do you think that isolating these activities to specific and limited areas would help in reducing pollution?


Asked On2017-07-24 06:23:18 by:prajwalamv

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Isolating the human activities that lead to increasing pollution would not help in reducing pollution because air, water and soil are interrelated. They cannot be limited to a certain area.
For instance, if air in an area is polluted with certain pollutant, say CO2, it will get warmed. So, it will rise and air from the surrounding areas will move in there. Thus, CO2 will spread in the atmosphere. Other air pollutants also diffuse in the atmosphere.
Water pollution causes decrease in the level of oxygen dissolved in water. This causes the death of aquatic life forms. This, in turn, affects the food chains and food webs in some other areas. Thus, by limiting different human activities to specific areas the problem of pollution can't be resolved.   

Answerd on:2017-07-25 Answerd By:tarun101

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