all fumes are potentially harmful to humans
Yes, creosote fumes are toxic, as well as skin contact with creosote, or ingestion. Asphalt workers; railroad workers; iron, steel, rubber, and tire factory workers; wood preservative industry workers; and coke-producing industry workers are all at higher risk for exposure to creosote fumes.
The two gases in exhaust fumes that are harmful to humans are carbon monoxide and nitrogen. Nitrogen is not as dangerous as the carbon monoxide, because the atmosphere is about 78% nitrogen.
Many fumes are harmful in fact most fumes are harmful. There are many type of fumes and most of them are harmful but they can be filtered and cleansed to stop them harming th eenvironment
YES! They breathe just like humans!
A bird owner I knew had all of his very expensive parrots in outdoor aviaries in his back yard. He had no idea that the railroad ties surrounding his back yard were dangerous. On a hot summer day he lost almost every one of his birds due to the fumes coming from the timbers. These creosote soaked ties are even hazardous to human health.
probably a little, Creosote is a carcinogenic that has been baned in many country's.
Any fumes may be dangerous but this depends on the chemical nature of the fumes, dimension of particles, time of exposition, concentration in the atmosphere.
Creosote has a history as a skin irritant as well as a cancer causing agent. the fumes can irritate lungs as well. See the attached website.
An example of an earthquake hazard is the violent shaking and buildings falling on people and the fumes from liquefaction being harmful to humans animals.
The fumes that come from dry erase markers are not harmful. The markers do smell very bad but they will not hurt you in no way.