What are the names of the rivers polluted by oil spillages?
Try to stop what makes it polluted, such as oil spills.
Rivers are polluted by people throwing oil and gas into them Rivers get polluted when the factories dump their waste into the rivers. Farmers use weedkiller to kill unnecessary plants that grow in their fields, then this spray goes to the river and pollutes it. Oil spills also causes river pollution. People throw litter in the rivers that may harm the wildlife in the river. Rivers get polluted because people put water back in rivers… Read More
They become polluted by people throwing away trash into the water. And by landfills on the ocean and oil spills. Then all this garbage travels all over the oceans killing marine life.
Oil can pollute the water (you might not consider that an object) and when people throw trash in rivers or ocean or even lakes the water can be polluted.
Usually gets polluted by animal waste, oil leaks, and pesticides.
We pollute oceans by dumping waste materials into the oceans.Waste oil is dumped in oceans etc . == == Answer: Oceans are polluted from several sources: * Gases like carbon dioxides are absorbed into the water from the air * Purposeful discharges of ballast water from ships and other sources (As an example New York used to haul all of it garbage out to sea for dumping /disposal) * Accidental discharges like oil spills from… Read More
Ever since we found crude oil in the ocean and have been able to access it, ever since there have been oil spillages.
Three ways water can be polluted by are litter, gaseous emissions and oil spills
the world is polluted because we have not yet got idears how to recycle our oil rubbish and other items
Think about it. If you dump motor oil in the water, you polluted it. If you take a "dump" while sitting on the toilet, you polluted the water. The list of ways goes on and on.
The ocean can become polluted with oil spills, industrial dumping, littering, and raw sewage.
For example by ships spilling oil into the sea.
the river tyne has been polluted by oil spills by people using the waters also by people
i dont know maybe it was polluted from oil from boats and cargo ships and people throwing objects in the water
Water is generally considered to be polluted with oil once it has about 10 mg/L of oil in it (essentially 10 litres of oil per million litres of water). One litre of oil therefore pollutes 100,000 litres of water (100m3)
Animals and plants die because of the oil and the sea water has been polluted with oil.
cause they will die!
Somehow as the water gets polluted
--Oil spills/leakage from boats. --Intentional dumping of oil into rivers/watersheds-which carry the water into the river. --From oil on streets-Gasoline accumulates on the hard, unpermeable surface of pavement, and when it rains, this oil is washed into the ground and to creeeks/rivers.
Water becomes polluted in a variety of ways. Some of these ways include untreated sewage, garbage, oil spills and pesticide residue.
Where the sea is polluted by sewage, trash, oil spills and waste.
garbage and oil spills.
waste being dumped, oil spills, sewage pumped into it..... :)
Why does your 2.7 diesel terrano have a burning oil smell when driving only when the window is open There are no oil leaks or spillages onto the exhaust and it does not use oil?
Well if I had one with that problem I would look closer cause it is leaking on the exhaust somewhere.
Rivers get polluted when the factories dump their waste to the rivers. Farmers use a spray to kill unessary plants that grow in their fields, then this spray goes to the river and pollutes it. Oil spill also causes river pollution. People throw litter in the rivers that may harm the wildlife in the river. Rivers get polluted because people put water back in rivers before it is clean. By using them to dispose of… Read More
the water, the animals and since that in polluted, the water we drink, the water we wash with, the rain, and can cause deathly global warming and deathly oil spills
Polluted water means that some nasty chemicals enter our water, like ammonia or motor oil. You aren't planning suicide or murder, are you?
they have installed oil rigs polluted areas with trash
whatever polluted it. PLEASE RECCOMEND ME Rangutan says: Pollution in water may include: * plastic bags * salts * poisons * oil * chemicals * fertilizers
It depends on the type of fish and the water it came out of. If it came out of polluted water, which is possible when there is an oil spill or radiation gets into the oceans, rivers are polluted with chemical run-offs from agriculture or factories, or water gets polluted from other causes, fish may not be safe to eat. In homes, if fish is stored for too long or is not stored correctly, it… Read More
All of the animals cannot stay in their homes any more because their homes are polluted and covered in oil.
* Runoff from pollutants (paint, chemicals, rotting organic material) leaching out of landfill * Sewage discharged into rivers instead of being treated properly * Polluted water discharged from factories * Oil and petroleum leaks from vehicles washed off the road by the rain into the surrounding habitat * Chemical fertiliser runoff from farms and crops * Acid rain (fumes from factories mixing with rain)
The spill is in the Gulf of Mexico, which is a body of water off the Atlantic ocean.
It is polluted do to oil wells located along its shore. :)
It depends on what the water is polluted with: * The water could be crystal clear and odor free if the contaminants are dissolved metal (mercury etc.) or pH or pesticides. * The water could be brown chunky and foul smelling if the contaminants are sewage, slaughterhouse waste, paper mill effluent or agricultural run off. * Oil would produce scum or slicks on the surface, but so would natural acumulations of pollen or algae.
It kind of depends what the water is polluted with. If it is oil the seeds are unlikely to sprout and will likely die. If it is polluted with sewerage it would depend on the concentration of sewerage, a little might help. Radioactivity again depends on the dose. It might kill the seeds or have little or no effect.
No, oil spills may happen in rivers and harbours too.
Some oil spillage is geological natural. However since man began mining and using oil, mankind has become responsible for a huge amount of oil spillage. We concentrate on what large companies are doing when mining for and transporting oil and require these companies to comply to standards an laws that are designed to prevent pollution. This has prevented most spillages but certainly human error is still responsible for some and yes, these could have been… Read More
Gee Tsang has written: 'Development and evaluation of an experimental frazil ice measurement instrument' -- subject(s): Frazil ice, Measurement, Meteorological instruments, Oceanographic instruments 'Theory, development and testing of an ice-oil boom' -- subject(s): Ice on rivers, lakes, Oil pollution of rivers, harbors, Oil spill booms 'Resistance of Beauharnois Canal in winter' -- subject(s): Ice on rivers, lakes 'Ice piling on lakeshores' -- subject(s): Ice on rivers, lakes 'Ice conditions and the proposed containment and removal… Read More
3 What types of pollution threaten the polar regions and why are these regions frequently more sensitive to pollution than other parts of the world?
The types of pollution that affect the polar regions is: Gasoline. Rivers being polluted with cans and oil. Those are probably the three main types of pollution threatening the polar regions.
Well one problem is that the water where it spilled gets polluted. Another problem is that lots of animals get oil coated fur and could die.
Access to oil!
Yes. It does, of course, depend on exactly what the pollution is and whether you swallow any of it or not. Technically, any lake a motorboat has been on is "polluted", since it will contain traces of oil, but you can probably swim in that with no problems.
No it is not legal, it is a violation of Environmental laws to dump oil into the soil or rivers.
A lot of animals died, the water was polluted. Most of the effects have yet to be seen.
Crude oil can affect the environment in many way, one of these ways is by oil spillages in the the ocean. the causes the oil to spread out over the surface of the water which leads to the deaths of hundreds of marine life. a good example of this is when you see the pictures of the birds covered in the black thick oil on their feathers, which prevents them from flying and if the… Read More
Water is generally considered polluted by oil once the oil concentration exceeds 10mg/L. All considerations of oil density minimized, this is about 1 quart per 25,000 gallons of water
The main source of distress in the arctic biome is oil spillages from large trucks. Humans come into the tundra to get oil and coal. Also, because of the animals that live in the arctic tundra, we humans kill a lot of animals to get their fur to use as clothing.
Oil kills animals, plants and more. It can leak into rivers and sewage. Like the Yangtze River
Sewage, Acid Rain, Oil Spills, Toxic Waste, Agricultural Runoff, Garbage....