What are the main sources of noise pollution in remote areas?

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    Noise pollution in remote areas can be caused by the same polluters of urban areas.  Airplane traffic, for example, can happen over just about anywhere if the flight path happens to cross that area.  Other, more natural elements that cause noise pollution would include thunder and lightning, barking dogs, and loud birds.  Any of these noises in an isolated event shouldn’t pose a problem; it’s the compounded aspect of all these noises that equates to pollution. 

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