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it was not them who brought the disease it was the English men that got them sick and the pollution in the water and malaria


When it got dirty and everybody who started drinking the water died.


Air pollution a got worse over the last 10yrs but it has improved slightly as people are becoming aware of air pollution and global warming.


Two of the many kinds of pollution are air pollution and water pollution. Air pollution is caused when chemicals, such as carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide, get released into the air and go towards the atmosphere. Water pollution is caused when waste products and contaminants get released and get into rivers, causing groundwater, liquid spills, waste water discharges, and littering. I got this answer at wikipedia I you on whatever you are doing.


by cooling the water before releasing it back in to the source they got it from and they can install pond or cooling towers to cool the water


they got it from the ocean


As long as there has been water there has been water pollution. Natural water pollution occurs when salt water flows into fresh water, animals die in the water, river banks erode, or volcanic gases mix with water. Man made water pollution has existed as long as there have been people. Early settlements used water for sewage disposal, poisoned streams to kill fish and drove cattle through streams. As our settlements and farms grew bigger and we got more numerous water pollution increased. In the middle ages fair sized cities still used streams as sewers, by the Industrial Revolution all sorts of toxic materials from mines and new industries were discharged along with sewage. Today we take a bit better care f the water but are using so much of it that the supply that is left can be degraded easily.


As long as there has been water there has been water pollution. Natural water pollution occurs when salt water flows into fresh water, animals die in the water, river banks erode, or volcanic gases mix with water. Man made water pollution has existed as long as there have been people. Early settlements used water for sewage disposal, poisoned streams to kill fish and drove cattle through streams. As our settlements and farms grew bigger and we got more numerous water pollution increased. In the middle ages fair sized cities still used streams as sewers, by the Industrial Revolution all sorts of toxic materials from mines and new industries were discharged along with sewage. Today we take a bit better care f the water but are using so much of it that the supply that is left can be degraded easily.


Because it's caused when As long as there has been water there has been water pollution.Natural water pollution occurs when salt water flows into fresh water, animals die in the water, river banks erode, or volcanic gases mix with water.Man made water pollution has existed as long as there have been people. Early settlements used water for sewage disposal, poisoned streams to kill fish and drove cattle through streams. As our settlements and farms grew bigger and we got more numerous water pollution increased. In the middle ages fair sized cities still used streams as sewers, by the Industrial Revolution all sorts of toxic materials from mines and new industries were discharged along with sewage.Today we take a bit better care f the water but are using so much of it that the supply that is left can be degraded How_long_has_water_pollution_been_a_problem.


It wouldn't matter. The water cycle CLEANS polluted water. When water evaporates and rises up into the atmosphere it is completely pure, and all the pollution is left behind.


1) first people didin't realize it was dangerous 2) then they didn't have the technology to prevent it, but they still wanted to do the things that caused the pollution 3) then they got the technology but thought they couldn't afford to treat the poolution.


Yes, water wells were used in the middle ages. But people also got water from lakes and streams.


They got water from rivers and aquifers, and food from their farms.


Greece got thire water not by the sea but by batering or buying it from other people


Every plant off course. But, some plants that gets lots of water and sunlight every day, then that plant won't die, i guess the plants that's very weak die if there is a pollution.


yes Brazil is a developing country because if you think about it it used to be loadsa people living onn the streets and in favelas but now it has decreased to only very few and Brazil is trying to make sure that everyone (people only) have got food and water


The Mi'kmaq got their water from spring fed brooks and waterways in the forest.


pollution is already bad enough, but we got to put a stop to it to create a better future.


smog was an issue that got so bad that in the 1950 and 1960 people died from breathing it. ( London England ) To reduce smog the American government brought in anti pollution regulations. Some of the most significant and noticeable govern the pollution output of automobiles.



i think it like got people to wear braids more/


they didn't want people to stay in there country thats what i got out of it


There are many factors that can cause ocean pollution. A main one is humans. People tend to dump or litter garbage / waste into the ocean. Acid rain falling (due to pollution elsewhere that got mixed in and moved along with the atmosphere) can create acidic ocean waters. Polluted run-off from water sources (rivers, streams, groundwater, and pipe lines) can easily and quickly bring pollutants into the ocean water. Ship spills (especially oil tanker spills) also majorly pollute the oceans.


The richer got richer and the poorer got poorer people moved from the country to the city and the seed plow


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