Global warming plays a large part in the cause of drought. A. Global warming causes many deadly effects that people often ignore, as they don’t believe the reason of effects is global warming, but global warming truly causes many problems. 1. Global warming is causing rising seas which dramatically effect all sorts of different things.
Because of that are floods increasingly common. We also pollute land. It is caused by throwing garbage on the land and river banks, leakage from chemical tanks, oil spills and other chemicals, which came into the soil by accidental contamination. Animals can eat garbage on land and river banks and they can die because of asphyxiation. Absolutely farming is the most dangerous caused for land pollution.
However, this is highly cost and too expensive because it is difficult and takes a long time to make the cloud seeds. Furthermore, with the artificial rain, the lives of animals will definitely become the danger because of the chemicals. It’s not only the fauna but also the flora which has an equal risk too. The second solution is given mask for all people in the fire area and around the area to reduce illness and problem of breathing. Besides that the government should make emergency camp which spread in all area so people easy to find healthy service.
(Katyal & Vlek, 2000) The intensity of desertification varies on the rate of climatic occurrences in the area. The Philippines is a hazard-prone area since it is located near the Pacific area. For instance, typhoons that hit in the area erode the soil causing it to reduce the soil quality. 3.2 Causes of Desertification Drought, various rain patterns, increasing global temperatures, and climate change had contributed to the dehydrating of land areas which resulted to Desertification. Massive soil degradation in the lowlands caused by the excessive use of urea, resulting into unprecedented soil mining and human‐induced micro‐nutrient deficiency, and stagnation of food crops yield.
Landslides, rainfall and other harsh weather conditions are almost guaranteed to cause this erosion and move the vegetation, making it near impossible for plants to grow safely. Any plants which manage to stay alive, such as the alpine moss, also have to battle the frequently changing weather conditions at such a high altitude. Due to the elevation, the sunlight is noticeably intensified, making it very hot during the summer; however, during the winter, snow, ice and frost are a constant, further testing the durability of these plants to survive in the changing climate. Human impact once again has a great effect on this site, since this area is part of arguably the most popular tramping track in New Zealand; any vegetation that grows is at risk of being trampled on, taken as
Cutting down trees deprives the forest of portions of its canopy, which blocks the sun’s waves throughout the daytime and holds in heat at night. This disturbance leads to additional life-threatening temperatures swings that can be risky to plants and animals. Trees also play a serious part in taking in the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. Less woodlands means greater quantities of greenhouse gases entering the atmosphere—and increased speed and brutality of global warming. From an economic, political and social perspective, the destruction of the rainforests due to the greed of humans have detrimental effects to our earth and safety of the people living on it.
We live in a habitat and we certainly don’t want some species coming in and inhabitant it with us because this can lead to new complications. For example, one of the problems raised by the destruction of the rainforest is that there are a lot of different organisms that live there with various diseases that
New roads are being built and forests are demolished and destructive logging practices and unsustainable wood collection can eventually lead to a spiral of degradation. In Australia, agricultural expansion, primarily for beef cattle production, is the major leading driver of tree-clearing. Deforestation and tree-clearing is the major cause of habitat loss for many potentially endangered and endangered species. In Sydney, this includes the Tasmanian Devil, the Southern Cassowary, Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle, the Carnaby 's cockatoo, Bennett 's tree kangaroo, the Cape York rock-wallaby, and
In addition, due to our negligence, many species of animals, floral and their habitats are leading to extinction. Even our own ecosystem is becoming imbalance. Many destruction on land and water by humans have cause the ecosystem to be imbalance which also effect the climate changes. Such as the melting of arctic ice which later cause the sea level to rise and many land habitats will perish. We as humans ‘homo sapiens’ have always consider ourselves as a much more superior being and more intelligent than the other species but it can be seen that with all this knowledge and intelligence, we are not executing any environment ethics and taking measures in our own hand to prevent it from getting worst.
Soil is also affected by the overuse of fertilizers and the pesticides, this led to loss of the forest cover, crops in farms and etc. Air pollution is caused and water pollution are caused by terrestrial pollution, in appropriate dumping of garbage have a bad smell and the dust from the building rubbles and the dumped garbage is burned they cause air pollution and the polluted air affect the human health , as the land is contaminated with chemicals and pesticides lad to skin cancer and human respiratory system , also wildlife can be affected as they are threatened regarding to loss of their habitat, food and natural environment . Water pollution is a result of terrestrial pollution as the chemicals and the solid waste dumped near the water are washed by rain in to the river or the stream and lad to pollution of the water. Conclusion Terrestrial pollution is the largest issue in Tembisa that needs to be attended as soon as possible because it does not affect only the polluters but also all the innocent things such as the biotic and the abiotic components of the earth and its natural environment and