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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Smog City 2

This interactive air pollution simulator allows students to control the smog in an imaginary city by adjusting several environmental factors. By manipulating ozone sources and creators of particle pollution, students can identify major causes of air pollution and ways to
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This interactive air pollution simulator allows students to control the smog in an imaginary city by adjusting several environmental factors. By manipulating ozone sources and creators of particle pollution, students can identify major causes of air pollution and ways to decrease pollution.

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