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I Will provide coaching services in geography, geology, and astronomy related fields


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Public Questions

Published 2 months ago

Name five negative effects of volcanic eruption to human being

Direct bodily harm: Burns, scalds, and even fatalities can result from lava flows, pyroclastic flows (hot ash and gas combinations), and ballistic projectiles (big rocks blasted from the volcano).

Breathing problems: The small particles in volcanic ash can irritate the lungs and exacerbate pre-existing breathing disorders such as COPD or asthma. Suffocation may even result from excessive inhalation.

Volcanic gases can cause health problems by irritating the eyes, skin, and respiratory system. Toxic gases such as sulfur dioxide can cause irritation, inflammation, and even respiratory failure.

Infrastructure harm: Ashfall has the ability to cover whole areas, impairing communication and transportation while causing structural damage to structures and infrastructure.

Economic and social disruption: Volcanic eruptions can cause severe losses and hardship by uprooting communities, destroying animals and crops, and interfering with tourism and other economic operations.



Kenya Kenya

Published 2 months ago

What causes the destruction of ozone layer and what are the effect to the human using the light

Light is not the primary cause of the ozone layer's depletion; rather, it is man-made compounds known as ozone-depleting substances (ODS). These substances contain components like chlorine that interact with stratospheric ozone molecules, dissolving them and decreasing the thickness of the ozone layer as a whole.

The cause and effect are decomposed as follows:

Ozone Layer Destruction Causes:

Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs): Frequently found in foam products, aerosol propellants, and refrigerants, CFCs were the primary cause of ozone depletion prior to their worldwide phase-out under the Montreal Protocol.
Halons: These chemicals, which are used in fire extinguishers, also contain bromine and cause ozone depletion.
Other ODS: Although less common, other compounds that deplete the ozone layer include carbon tetrachloride, which was historically used in solvents, and methyl bromide, which is used in fumigation.

Impacts of Decreased Ozone on Humans:

Increased UV radiation: More ultraviolet (UV) radiation, especially UVB, reaches the Earth's surface when the ozone layer is thinner.
Skin cancer: Elevated UVB exposure is a significant risk factor for melanoma, the most deadly type of skin cancer.
Damage to the eyes: UVB rays have been linked to macular degeneration, cataract development, and other eye issues.
Immune system weakness: Prolonged exposure to UV light can weaken immunity, leaving people more vulnerable to illnesses and infections.

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