Air pollution.
Updated: 5/12/2020
Air pollution.
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Storyboard Description

Pollution emitted by cars, trucks, power plants factories and other sources doesn’t just cloud the air we breathe—it falls back onto the earth’s surface, where it can wind up in our waterways. Polluted air can have quite an impact on the health of local waters: scientists estimate that one third of the nitrogen in the Bay comes from the air through a process known as atmospheric deposition. When our cars, power plants or other sources emit air pollution, it can be carried by wind and weather over long distances until it falls onto land or directly into the water.

Storyboard Text

  • Pollution emitted by factories / etc falls back onto the earth’s surface, where it can wind up in our waterways.
  • Air pollution doesn’t just cloud the air we breathe: it can also harm our land and water. What goes up must come down.
  • When our cars, or other sources emit air pollution, it can be carried by wind and weather over long distances until it falls onto land or directly into the water.
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