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There are many methods which help to control the noise pollution. The source of noise must be reduced. The path of transmission of sound must be stopped and the receiver of noise must be safe guarded. The amount of traffic must be reduced near the ...

There are many side effects of the noise pollution. It affects the general health and hearing power of the human beings. The high intensity of noise and its continued use can cause injury to the ears. It may lead to the permanent loss of hearing. ...

The noise pollution is defined as the unwanted sound which is released into the environment. It disturbs the human being and cause an adverse effect on the mental and psychological well being. It is measured in the units of decibels and is denoted by the ...

The radioactive pollution can be controlled by number of ways. It includes the stoppage of leakage from the radioactive materials including the nuclear reactors, industries and laboratories. The disposal of radioactive material must be safe and secure. They must be stored in the safe places ...

There are many effects of the radioactive pollution which is broadly classified as short and long range. The first effects were noted in the early 20th century. The people who were working in the uranium mines suffer from skin burn and cancer. These occur due ...

The radioactive pollution is defined as the physical pollution of air, water and the other radioactive materials. The ability of certain materials to emit the proton, gamma rays and electrons by their nuclei is known as the radioactivity. The protons are known as the alpha ...

The total area of land in our country is around 300 million hectares. The water in our country mainly comes from the Himalayas. Around half of this is considered to be a waste land. The water from Himalayas has high sedimentation rate and the creation ...

The land and soil face many difficulties like deforestation, erosion, flooding, water logging, urbanization and salination. Around 33 percent of the land is going to be wasted at the end of this century. Soil erosion occurs everywhere in the world. It is more common in ...

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