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Essays on About Sound Pollution In Marathi

  1. Sound Pollution
    dogs and loud people. Improper urban planning can also result to sound pollution if both industrial and residential buildings are being built side by side resulting...
  2. Sound Pollution
    India's effect on Sound Pollution Awaaz Foundation: It focuses not on the clichéd environmental problems such as Global warming, but on an issue that is quite...
  3. Sound Pollution
    exposure to noise. Even at levels below those that cause hearing loss, noise pollution produces problems. Noise makes conversation difficult, interferes with some...
  4. Sound Pollution
    research/38357.html. Accessed 2 March 2007. ix Family Education: Noise Pollution in the Classroom web site. Available at: http://school.familyeducation.com/child...
  5. Pollution
    processes, lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and boom boxes lead to increase in sound pollution which have many harmful effects like disturbance in sleep, deafness etc...
  6. Pollution
    many people talking at the same time! Toooooo much sounds can cause hearing loss. We can reduce sound pollution by: (i) planting trees in noisy areas can help absorb...
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  7. Pollution
    in relation with certain pollutants: for example, Minamata disease, which is caused by mercury compounds. Various Type of Pollution Sound Pollution Noise, by...
  8. Causes Of Pollution
    Noise of machinery and vehicles is the main causes of sound pollution. The high technology of this era has forced the public use these machines to have a convenient...
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  9. Pollution Effects
    spewing toxins into the air, it can also include light pollution or sound pollution. The health effects of pollution affect more than 100 million people worldwide...
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  10. Environmental Pollution
    because the air of villages is pure and free from population. Then comes sound pollution, the harsh sounds of buses affect our power of hearing and causes problems...
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  11. Ecotourism
    is still questionable. Buckley (2003) argues that the lagoon has become increasingly polluted by the sewerage due to the incomplete protection. Another challenge...
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  12. An Analysis Of The Latest English Neologisms
    An Analysis of the Latest English Neologisms Abstract With the development of society and the technical advancement, there are a great many neologisms emerging...
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  13. Causes Of Noise Pollution
    maintenance, and laundry appliances. The second most persistent source of sound pollution is in the ways that we listen to music in our cars, on our personal stereos...
  14. Pollution
    as the dripping water, the ticking of the clocks or probably the barking of dogs. Sound pollution does not only affect peoples health greatly. It could also affect...
  15. Green Building
    and use of building premises. design, Controls air, water and sound pollution through Controls efficient technology. Takes recourse to recycling of waste...
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  16. Hello
    of planes coming in andgoing out of Dum Dum Airport. The evils of sound pollution can be imagined from this example.Excessive usage of mobile phone calls also causes...
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  17. The Improvement Of The Cone Crusher Is Necessary
    noise inevitably. The improved crushing machine is trying to lower the sound pollution from the source. Facing the dust, the nearby residents have to wear masks to...
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  18. With Reference To Located, Examine The Problems Associated With The Increasing Use Of Rural Areas For Recreation...
    extra congestion on the road also brings in alot of air pollution as well as visual and sound pollution. Although country parks, sports fields and golf courses...
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  19. Unwanted Sound Effect The Physiological And Psychological
    cause abnormal release of hormones b) How can noise pollution be prevented i) Restriction laws ii) Sound absorbers iii) Precautions( like...
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  20. Pollution
    line, yet we seem accept and enjoy countless other sounds, from hard rock music. * Water pollution: Water is a necessity of life and it needs to be conserved...
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  21. Urban Air Pollution
    combat ground-level ozone formation because they emit fewer of the ozone-forming pollutants than petroleum fuels. Acid Rain Fossil fuels contain sulphur...
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  22. Noise Pollution
    is called noise. This unwanted sound can damage physiological and psychological health. Noise pollution can cause annoyance and aggression, hypertension, high stress...
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  23. Pollution By Transport
    4 7 10 26 LIST OF FIGURES II.1 Level of populations exposure to pollution by world region and per capita energy consumption by world region...
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  24. Air Pollution
    term environment includes the air, water; it also includes biota. A pollutant may also be defined as An unwanted, undesirable foreign matter added to environment...
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  25. Environmental Pollution
    atmosphere in the vicinity, as machines used without proper covering lead to sound pollution. This puts heavy mental strain on the people staying in the nearby areas...
  26. Environmental Pollution
    to the neighboring states. V-Noise pollution: It may be defined as the unwanted, unpleasant or disagreeable sound that causes discomfort for all living beings...
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  27. Pollution - Chapter i
    in the normally wasted energy (thermal, sound or vibration) In general, the pollution damage functions of the class dynamic (Biosphere) that surround the globe...
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  28. Noise Pollution
    of 180 dB shows the sound of large rocket engine. In general, noise above 70 dB is harmful to human beings. In India noise pollution is growing in recent years...
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  29. Vehicle Pollution
    2003/04 (Gg) Emissions from different vehicle type of India (Gg) Estimated Pollution Load in the cities (2002) Emission Norms for Gasoline Powered Vehicles Emission...
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  30. Pollution
    industries and vehicles. Noise barriers can be used on the streets to limit the sound pollution. These are mainly used near railway tracks and industrial noise...