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What Causes Smog? What Are Smog-Forming Pollutants?
Smog, also known as ground-level ozone, poses serious risks to public health and the environment. Learn what causes smog.
Smog - Frequently Asked Questions - Smog FAQ
Smog, also known as ground-level ozone, poses serious risks to public health and the environment. In this series of frequently asked questions, you can learn ...
Smog Terminology - How Did Smog Get Its Name?
The term "smog" was first used in London during the early 1900's to describe the combination of smoke and fog that often blanketed the city. According to several ...
What Is Smog? - Weather & Climate at About.com
Smog is grimy and dirty. Smelly and foul. It is smog, and it is more dangerous than it seems. Smog is a combination word derived from 'smoke' and 'fog'.
The Great Smog of 1952 in London - 20th Century History - About.com
A thick fog engulfed London from December 5 to 9, 1952, mixing with black smoke emitted from homes and factories to create a deadly smog that killed 12000 ...
Great Smog of 1952 - 20th Century History - About.com
The Great Smog of 1952: From December 5 to December 9, 1952, a thick fog settled on London. This fog mixed with trapped black smoke to create a deadly ...
Smog: Photochemical Smog, Air Pollution and Ozone
The formation of smog is hazardous to your health especially if you live in a big sunny city. One of the main components of photochemical smog is ozone.
Smog Definition - Chemistry - About.com
Definition: Smog is a combination of the words smoke and fog. It is a form of air pollution formed from the emissions from combustion reacting with sunlight to ...
Online Smog Activity - Weather & Climate at About.com
Smog is a problem all around the world. Students in all grade levels of science should understand the basics of smog formation as well as methods for reducing  ...
Temperature Inversion Layers: Explanation and Impact - Geography
Learn about temperature inversion layers and their impact on local climates and smog, from the About.com expert geography site.
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