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2022, Vol. 7, Issue 6, Part B

Environmental pollution analysis in developing countries

Author(s): Dr. S Mohan Prabhu

Abstract: Environmental pollution is a big worry in the world's developing countries, particularly in Nigeria. Pollution has a dreadful detrimental vibration or effect on all living things and the environment. Pollution of the environment by human activities via air, land, and water is destructive to the life of all living creatures within civilization, which is not an acceptable development. Several reasons contribute to air pollution, including emissions from motor cars, industrial operations, volcanic eruptions, toxic emissions, forest fires, deforestation, bush burning, and cosmic dust clouds. Oil spills, human erosion, and hazardous material contamination all contribute to soil pollution. Water contamination is caused by oil discharge from boats, dumping from ships and aircrafts, land waste disposal, oil spills, organic sources, and other causes of pollution. Pollution is a critical environmental disaster since certain recognized and undiscovered illnesses are identified and may be difficult to control. Environmental pollution will be explored in this study in three categories: air pollution, noise pollution, and water pollution.

DOI: 10.22271/maths.2022.v7.i6b.908

Pages: 134-138 | Views: 107 | Downloads: 6

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Dr. S Mohan Prabhu. Environmental pollution analysis in developing countries. Int J Stat Appl Math 2022;7(6):134-138. DOI: 10.22271/maths.2022.v7.i6b.908

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