Threat: Air-Borne PollutantsEdit

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Atmospheric pollutants from point and nonpoint sources. Examples include acid rain, smog from vehicle emissions, excess nitrogen deposition, radioactive fallout, wind dispersion of pollutants or sediments, and smoke from forest fires or wood stoves.

It may be difficult to determine the sources of many atmospheric pollutants – and thus hard to take action to counter them. (CMP)

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