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On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
David W. Kelley
In this case study, developed for an introductory environmental studies course, students grapple with the issue of air pollution, specifically the causes and effects of haze and smog as ubiquitous, persistent air quality problems that plague urban and rural areas alike. In analyzing local conditions in Minnesota, students explore the wider environmental, political, social, and human health implications of air pollution.
|Keywords:||Air pollution; haze; smog, particulate; fine particle; Air Quality Index; Clean Air Act; National Ambient Air Quality Standards; Minnesota|
|Topical Area:||Policy issues, Regulatory issues, Social issues|
|Educational Level:||Undergraduate lower division|
|Subject Headings:||Environmental Science Public Health Atmospheric Science|
|Copyright:||Copyright held by the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Please see our usage guidelines, which outline our policy concerning permissible reproduction of this work.|
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