A plume is a phenomenon often observed in environmental science and construction, characterized by the spread of substances such as gases, particles, or pollutants from a specific source. This dispersion can occur in various mediums, including air, water, or soil, and is influenced by numerous environmental factors. The study and management of plumes are crucial for environmental protection, public health, and safety in construction projects.
Plumes can be broadly categorized based on the medium in which they occur:
The behavior of plumes is influenced by several environmental and physical factors:
Plumes can have significant environmental and health impacts:
Effective management of plumes involves monitoring and implementing mitigation strategies:
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