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By Allan B. Cobb

ISBN-10: 0028655605

ISBN-13: 9780028655604

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However, a new type of air pollution, smog, became a problem beginning in the 1940s. Smog is not the same as smoke pollution, although this was not immediately apparent. When Los Angeles had its first major smog attack, it became obvious that some phenomenon other than smoke was responsible. Los Angeles did not burn coal or oil to generate heat or electricity, yet its smog problem worsened. Scientists now know that smog is the result of the action of sunlight on unburned hydrocarbons and other compounds in the air.

Smog is not the same as smoke pollution, although this was not immediately apparent. When Los Angeles had its first major smog attack, it became obvious that some phenomenon other than smoke was responsible. Los Angeles did not burn coal or oil to generate heat or electricity, yet its smog problem worsened. Scientists now know that smog is the result of the action of sunlight on unburned hydrocarbons and other compounds in the air. These unburned hydrocarbons come from the exhaust of motor vehicles with internal combustion engines.

Population Models We will now examine a series of population models, each of which is applicable to different environmental circumstances. We will also consider how closely population data from laboratory experiments and from studies of natural populations in the wild fit these models. exponential growth a population growing at the fastest possible rate under ideal conditions 26 Exponential growth. The first and most basic model of population dynamics assumes that an environment has unlimited resources and can support an unlimited number of individuals.

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