Air Pollution

This Nuffield Working with Science unit was designed to enable students to investigate the sources, nature and impacts of air pollution.

Guidance for teachers and technicians appears in Teachers’ Notes B.

Parts of this unit were incorporated into a single unit about pollution for the second, CPVE edition of the project.

Contents
Introduction
Section 1: Local sources of air pollution
Section 2: Solid particles in the air
Section 3: Does polluted air affect living things other than ourselves?
Section 4: Using plants to detect pollution
Section 5: How does air pollution affect local buildings?
Section 6: Other air pollutants
Section 7: Air pollution and the climate
Section 8: What action

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