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Hazy Skies: Weather and the Environment

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Describes the connections between pollution and weather, the destruction of the ozone layer, global warming, efforts at pollution control, and alternative energy forms.
Library Binding, 56 pages
Published November 28th 1997 by Lerner Publications (first published November 1997)
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Mar 01, 2013 Olivia rated it liked it

After finishing "Hazy Skies," by Jonathan D. Kahl, I now have a better understanding on how air pollution has evolved and how we can cut down the use of pollutions everyday in our community. The author talked a lot about what air pollution is mainly made of and where it comes from. He said that most big cities like Los Angeles and New York City have really bad air pollution. Even going to the extent that in the summer time in California, it can sometimes be hazardous to go outside. I was really
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