Systematik der Luftschadstoffe

Einteilung, Definitionen, Grundbegriffe
  • K. Schultz

Zusammenfassung

Die Begriffe Luftverunreinigung und Luftschadstoffe können unter ganz verschiedenen Aspekten interessieren, beispielsweise unter dem Blickwinkel der Luftreinhaltung oder der Emissionsüberwachung mit vielen weitreichenden politischen, rechtlichen und teehnischen Problemen. Wichtige Fragestellungen sind auch die Auswirkungen der Luftverunreinigungen auf Tiere, Pflanzen und unbelebte Dinge. Aktuelle Sehlagworte: Waldsterben, Zerfall alter Baudenkmale.

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