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Week 9, Pollution & water, and the cryosphere

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Week 9, Pollution & water, and the cryosphere ENVS 101 004

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covers contaminents of surface water, and a basic introduction to the cryosphere
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bianca Notetaker on Saturday October 24, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENVS 101 004 at University of New Mexico taught by Priewisch in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see The Blue Planet in Environmental Science at University of New Mexico.

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10242015 OneNote Online The Cryosphere Thursday October 15 2015 1019 AM Earths cover of snow and ice 0 Cryosphere The part of earth that remains frozen year long Sea ice Glaciers Frozen ground permafrost Snow 0 Have to have more snow falling than melting in order to maintain ice caps and glaciers 0 Highly reflective white surfaces bounce sunlight back into space reducing air temperature 0 Snow melting is a major water source httpsonenoteofficeappsivecomoonenoteframeastFiSDE50F6024D8D962E0399ampHemuampC5810SNZSKYWACWSHIampuienUSamprs 11 10242015 OneNote Online Pollution and water Thursday October 15 2015 935 AM Contaminants of surface water 0 Presence of bacteria or viruses that are associated with humananimal waste EX ecoli 0 Pesticides PBC39s 0 Heavy metals EX calcium lead arsenic Mercury 0 Toxic substances related to tar sands production EX polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons ammonia Mercury Remediation 0 Clean up of contaminated surface water 0 Limitation of phosphate content in surface water 0 Cleanup contaminated ground water 0 Passive remediation Rely on environmental recesses to clean up ground water 0 Active remediation certain substances or oxygen is injected into the ground water to speed up these processes Ground water pollution o Pollution in groundwater various activities in the surface can result in the contamination of the water beneath 0 Common sources of pollution are untreated sewage fertilizersagricultural means pesticides jet fuel leaking land fills gasoline fracking httpsonenoteofficeappslivecomoonenoteframeastFiSDE50F6024D8D962EO399ampHemuampC5810SNZSKYWACWSHIampuienUSamprs ll


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