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People and PollutionCultural Constructions and Social Action in Egypt$
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Nicholas S. Hopkins, Sohair R. Mehanna, and Salah el-Haggar

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9789774245725

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: January 2012

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774245725.001.0001

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Measuring Pollution

Measuring Pollution

Chapter:
(p.37) 3 Measuring Pollution
Source:
People and Pollution
Author(s):

Nicholas S. Hopkins

Sohair R. Mehanna

Salah El-Haggar

Publisher:
American University in Cairo Press
DOI:10.5743/cairo/9789774245725.003.0003

In presenting the results of the measurements of air and water quality and of noise levels in the four research localities (all Kafr al-Elow, Dar al-Salam, Sayyida Zeinab, and Abkhas), the goal of this chapter is to show the similarities and differences between the research localities in terms of actual quality of the environmental conditions. This information provides background for the attitudes, opinions, and experiences described by the respondents in these localities. This is the real situation to which they were reacting. While the data assembled by the research team may differ in detail from data collected elsewhere in greater Cairo, it is consistent with it. Generally speaking, the data show that the most affected environment is in Dar al-Salam, followed by Kafr al-Elow, although water is the most problematic in Abkhas.

Keywords:   research localities, environmental conditions, Dar al-Salam, Kafr al-Elow, Abkhas

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