How much sea life dies a year from water pollution?
around 500000 each year
water pollution is 14% in the world.
I hope not, there is too much water pollution as it is
There are an unlimited number of different kinds of pollution. There is air pollution, garbage pollution, water pollution and so much more.
Yes, there is. There is water pollution, air pollution, and much more.
Chemical pollution is caused when foreign substances are allowed to enter soil and water by humans. They can make wild life or humans ill, depending on what the chemical is and how much was dumped.
polution is damaging the environment and basically the living organisms in the environment. dumping waste and garbage into water can kill fish and sea life and make the water unusable. Land pollution isn't much better, and has most of the same effects.
many pollution like air pollution,water pollution and green house gas global warming.........
littering can effect the air pollution and not cleaning the water can effect the pollution (air) i hope i answered it not much can effect it
1. Why water pollution is a problem? Because, water pollution kills. It kills the fish and all living beings that lives in the water. If all the water life is dead so will much of humans food source will die too. 2. How Many People Pollute Each Year? Millions of people pollute each year. 3. How a ocean can get contaminated? water pollution, oil spills/leaks, people throwing litter into the ocean. 1. Why does water… Read More
eels affect pollution by when their electricity mixes with water it makes some pollution, but not much therefore creating water pollution. It also affects us because it can't be evaporated again unless cleanly rinsed out
Yes, because of global warming, greenhouse effect, land pollution, air pollution, water pollution, water impurity, water scarcity, overuse of natural resources, dependence on oil, and so much more.
It dies. Conversely too much water is also harmful.
It dies because it cannot breath over so much water.
Yes water pollution can cause cancer because of all the toxics that in the water which is making it dangerous to drink. Thats why its important to clean out and and stop polluting so much.
Nutrients in lakes can cause eutrophication. What happens is that the nutrients cause the algae to grow excessively. As it dies, bacteria consume it using up large amounts of oxygen dissolved in the water. Aquatic creatures that rely on dissolved oxygen (fish) die.
To much salt water can in fact kill you. Not to mention the pollution
if you water it too much it dies
the animals who's habitats are getting much more more affected by the pollution they are dying they are not able to breathe
Water pollution effects human life in many ways, however, one is so much more vicious and parental than the rest. Water is a particle carrier and so all water contains something and when water is polluted it carries more bad things for humans. Humans are born consisting of 97% holo water or structured water, which is thin water and can pass easily at the cellular level for healthy delivery of nutrients and quick removal of… Read More
Phosphate pollution is a condition where there is too much phosphorus in lakes and streams, as a result from poor timing on fertilizer application. In some cases, phosphorus can leach from grass clippings to create the same effect. When too much phosphorus enters lakes and streams, it can cause algae blooms. Algae blooms block sunlight from reaching the fish and other aquatic plants, and the aquatic life dies.
There is no such thing as an "insignificant" amount of pollution. ALL pollution is too much
How to cut down environmental pollution In cambodia have much pollution: is Air pollution and Water pollution Water pollution : Water is one of the Earths most precious resources and preserving the lakes, rivers, streams, oceans and wetlands is very important. The quality of a person's life is directly related to the quality of their water. Many diseases and consuming contaminated waters. In third world countries hundreds of thousands of children die each year as… Read More
Uranium is a toxic and radioactive element; pollution of soils, water, vegetation is possible. Also important is the pollution with radium and radon, decay chain products of uranium.
Life on the planet will be adversely affected. The pollution of the oceans is a much more serious issue which is hardly being addressed.
we do pollution by using cars and we also use to much water
deforestation,child abuse<not as much>, global warming, air pollution, water pollution, oil leaks, hydroelectricity, etc
your body is not used to so much salt in water. it may also be due to pollution.
All animal life can die as a result of drinking water. It is a question of consuming too much, and what the lethal level is for specific forms of animal life and individuals. Consumption of too much water is more commonly known as water intoxication. Water intoxication is also known as over-hydration, hyper-hydration, or (inaccurately) water poisoning. Over-consumption of water can cause a disruption in neuro-function that is the result of imbalance of electrolytes in… Read More
They do as much pollution as much the locals do.
Both highly polluted. However, you can combat water pollution by boiling the water and letting it cool before drinking. Not much you can do about the air pollution, but in my opinion, that's what makes Karachi unique, distinctive noxious fumes.
Not sure but I DO know that more than 4,500 people die every day from lack of clean water.
When you don't water it. If dry grass is your problem stop being an IDIOT and WATER IT. Or if it was watered too much it could so much water that it dies and it drying out is it dying.
Water is life. Life is not possible without water. But too much of anything is toxic.
Soaps and detergents act differently in hard water and soft water respectively..over use of detergents causes water pollution wich can be avoided by using soaps...........wich causes much less pollution.
the main causes of water shortage are 1 - too much population 2- pollution 3- the over use of water particularly the water of yellow river by industries and people as well as farmers 4- because of the pollution that has polluted water so people can not drink it .
Too many people means not enough food and water and too much pollution
Too much McDonald's, pollution, and traffic. (New York)
it doesn't all animals need water to survive over wise they would be extinct in much respect every life source of which need some sort of energy or water to survive. what you mean is that pollution which can effect water and contaminate it could effect a animals life if so the animals drinks the water then it will make the animal ill as there are many microscopic parasites and germs which can contaminate water… Read More
Yes, it is really true that industry causes air and water pollution and unhealthy working conditions. Even today with regulations, much can be done to fix things.
Water pollution depending on what it is an have several different effects. I do not have much time so a simple answer is this. Oil affects birds by clinging to their feathers and causing them to lose their flying ability, and it destroyes the protective oild on their feathers.
Pollution is not effecting animals much right now. I can say that it can make them a bit sick, but only if trash or polluted water is consumed. But otherwise they ar fine.
the main pollution kinds are light pollution (like when there is so much light from cities that the wild animals are disturbed and the stars are barely visible) , air pollution like fumes and smog, water pollution like when chemicals are dumped into bodies of water, and littering, like when plastic and other wastes are thrown into the natural world. I'm not sure if this is the fixed number, but there are 4 kinds of… Read More
It can cause chronic lung disease, brain problems, and even suffocation.
It pretty much kills us slowly. It harms our air and water.
In what sense is thermal pollution less-worrisome kind of pollution than most types of chemical pollution?
Thermal pollution can be a significant type of pollution as it can change th biota using a water body. This is especially a concern in smaller streams where the warm water can make up a significant fraction of the total flow. In large water bodies the warm water can dissipate or float on the top (it's density is less) until cooled. The thermal flux from sunlight can easily impact large shallow bodies of water as… Read More
Buy a new one. Or you can try thinking of how much of a good life it had compared to a stressful life of a human
Many organisms can only survive in temperatures within a certain range. Raising temperature too much can kill organisms or affect their ability to reproduce. Thermal pollution is particularly problematic in bodies of water. Hot water cannot hold as much oxygen as cold water. Water that is heated too much does not contain enough oxygen to support fish and other aquatic animals with gills.
falcon punch Pollution: air pollution water pollution land pollution noise pollution Effect: EFFECTS ON MAN Air pollution can cause breathing problems and eye, throat and skin irritation. When solid waste is not properly treated and disposed of, it can become a breeding for pests and disease can spread. EFFECTS ON PLANTS Leaves find it difficult to manufacture food in polluted air. When trees begin to lose their leaves, they may eventually die. When there is… Read More
Too much water, life evolves in the sea, too much sun, life ceases to exist Burnt to a crisp
The village life is better because there is no fresh air and pure water in cities. In cities every thing is very expensive. In cities we cannot enjoy our nature's beauty. A famous poet has said that "God created world and man created towns". There is no much pollution in villages comparing to cities. People in villages uses cycles and bullocarts for travelling. So there is no much air pollution and accidents in villages. Moreover… Read More