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Management of Natural Resources, Sustainable Development and Ecological Hazards III
Air pollutants move freely across political borders. Because of physical conditions such as topography, geomorphology and weather, border communities share common air sheds or air basins that are characterized by changing wind patterns depending on the season. Wind is the means of transport of air pollutants, and thus any human activity that generates pollutants on one side of the border will have an impact on the other side. Many border residents are currently exposed to health-threateningdoi:10.2495/rav110401 fatcat:ibv4laaeczgyzd6qo5f6pzbmxm