Natural Sources of Air Pollution are

  1. Forest Fires
  2. Volcanic Eruptions
  3. Dust Storm
  4. Smoke from Burning Dry Leaves
sasakum Default Asked on 23rd July 2015 in Environment Science.
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    Volcanic Eruptions

    Natural Sources of Air Pollution are Volcanic Eruptions. Pollution occurs in different forms like as air, water, soil, radioactive head and light. You know that Hydrogen fuels cause minimum environmental pollution. 

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    One of the most important natural causes of air pollution is the volcanic eruption. The most problematic gases emitted in a volcanic eruption. The most problematic gases emitted in a volcanic eruption included sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen fluoride. Besides the volcanic gases, there is also volcanic ash. Volcanic ash can move hundreds to thousands of miles downwind from a volcano.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 23rd July 2015.
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