Trees muffle urban noises and abate noises from airports and freeways.
they have lots of trees and lots of air polution
The disadvantages of crackers are the huge noise, accidents caused by crackers and the polution in the city.
The sound travels in waves. The leaves of trees create an interference ito these waves of the noise. Thus, they muffle the intensity of the noise.
1. litter 2. global warming 3. polution 4. cutting down trees
we can control noise by avoiding loudspeakers and loud noises
Noise pollution can be reduce by planting more trees,because the main function of trees are to absorb and protect the noise made by the people.Minimize using of defective engines.
people can change it by polution and people can cut down trees and animals can die or be hunted
1) By growing more and more trees along the road. 2) By minimizing the use of loudspeakers and radios ect.
control speed,noise, and wake
they live there and cause polution and cut down trees and kill animals by cutting down the trees people don't have enouh oxygen and we will all die.........hahahahahaha
Many trees are cut down to build resorts and people litter to make polution
noise polution sound can cause cracks in houses can cause rumbling sort of lie an earthquake
Sound pollution is any loud noise that annoys someone. Sound pollution might happen in a larger city where there is a lot of construction going on.
Trees are sound barriers... Sound or noise travels in waves through the air... When the noise is travelling the tree sort of comes into its way n thus, it reduces and impedes the sound.. A well placed tree can reduce upto 40% of the noise..
Resonance is the answer.
It is important to control noise pollution in major urban areas. Whether it's construction noise during the daytime or noise from nightlife, citizens value a noise-free community. It's important for cities to take the appropriate measures to control their noise pollution.
if you mean what does car polution cause it causes carbon polution into the atmosphere
The Noise Control Act was issued in 1972 in the United States. There does not seem to be a Noise Control and Protection act that was issued in the United States.
Noise Control - 2003 is rated/received certificates of: UK:PG
J. T. Shrader has written: 'Truck noise IV G' -- subject(s): Noise, Noise control, Trucks, Motors (Diesel) 'Truck noise, IV-A' -- subject(s): Noise, Noise control, Trucks
pollution effects the forest by polluting plants and also polluting the trees and making it hard for animals to live there. it kills trees and plants making forests less green and less of them. add me on xbox live kickass55599663
Lewis H. Bell has written: 'Industrial noise control' -- subject(s): Industrial noise, Noise control, Vibration