Environment

The Feasible Research of Lakes Eutrophication Using the Ecosystemized multi-Probiotics

Abstract The emerging environmental issue of lake eutrophication was recognized as a water pollution problem in lakes and reservoirs in the mid-20th century, and the situation has become more serious currently worldwide. Human activities accelerate the rate of nutrients entering ecosystems, and the trend is now approaching ecologically critical levels. This project examines whether the …

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The Fear, Force and Freedom factors of the COVID-19 mobility restrictions in relation to aviation and road traffic air pollution in Greater London and the Scottish Highlands.

Author: Donald Campbell Abstract: This study examines the effect of the UK COVID-19 lockdown on nitrogen dioxide road traffic emissions and the potential change in carbon dioxide air traffic emissions based on airport usage. In doing so, it compares air quality in specific areas of Greater London and the Scottish Highlands, allowing insight into possible …

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The effectiveness of measures against the exposure to particulate matter

Abstract Particulate matter can have negative effects on health when it enters the human body. Therefore, measures have been taken against the exposure to particulate matter. This poses the question of how effective these measures truly are. In this research, the effectiveness of extraction systems, catalytic converters in exhausts and face masks is studied. Test …

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What will commercial flight look like without fossil fuels and what is most likely to replace jet fuel in the near future?

Abstract Air transport plays a crucial role in modern life. It facilitates global transport, international travel and is critical to the workings of the world. However, the industry is heavily reliant on fossil fuels to operate. It is essential to consider alternative fuel options in which aviation can survive without finite fossil fuels. This poses …

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SAVE THE PLANET! YOU ALONE ARE THE SUPER-HUMAN: PART-1: WATER RESOURCES

1.Abstract Science is a vast topic, even more vast than our thought!! For example, you might learn Rutherford’s model for your 9th Grade. But when you transform into a 10th grade’s student and start opening your chemistry book, you’ll find there’s many “why?” behind the model at the beginning of the chapter and when you …

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Bio-Toilets: A Potential Solution to India’s Sanitation and Water Needs

By Kavi Ullal Grade 10, Rishi Valley School, Andhra Pradesh, India Abstract The purpose of this article is to describe the biodigester and reed bed toilet system, which offers immense application in the fields of water conservation and sanitation. Many parts of rural India lack enough water for daily use. They also face the issue …

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Measuring Pollution Levels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Abstract The Ouseburn Valley within Newcastle upon Tyne is an urban tributary that has been placed under pressure as a result of the continuing urban development and changes to its climate. Sourced in Callerton, a region in the north-east close to Newcastle Airport, the tributary flows over approximately 17.5 km and through numerous urban and …

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Biodegradation of Polyethylene Fragments and Microbeads using Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas putida

Abstract More than 5 trillion plastic pieces – a major contributor being microplastics – are afloat in the world\’s oceans[1]. Microplastics are less than five millimeters in length, are problematic to remove using filters, and cause other ecological damages. Over time, multiple morphologies and polymers of microplastics have increased in quantity in San Francisco Bay …

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Effects of different amounts of air particulate matter on the depression and anxiety levels of adults from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

Nguyen B. Chau Abstract In 2020, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam’s biggest metropolitan cities rank 16th and 11th, respectively on the list of the world’s most polluted cities. Yet, the research body investigating the effects of exposure to air particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10), which mainly contributes to air pollution, on Vietnamese’ …

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