Wetlands can only handle so much of these pollutants, and with the major habitat loss that has completely changed the dynamics of these once seasonal wetlands, can only limit the ability for these wetlands to filter as much of the pollution as possible. There are not enough wetlands in Roseville anymore to have any significant affect to dilute the polluted water and clean it properly for the wetlands to sustain healthy ecosystems. Wetlands are crucial for water, because they filter out the harmful waterborne pollutants and damaging nutrients before they can reach rivers, streams, and lakes. (EPA 2008) We drink from these places and have a responsibility to keep these wetlands intact to ensure they work as they are supposed to. With the recent surge of construction all over Roseville, especially along Route 65, many of the important wetlands have been replaced by buildings, and roads that are pollution sources producing runoff that flows directly into the remaining wetland habitat.
Phosphates may be effective in such ways but also causes pollution issues in lakes and streams. Enrichment of phosphate can lead to eutrophication of fresh and inshore marine waters, leading to algae bloom because of the excess nutrients. Bacteria consume the algae and a bacterial bloom ensues.
Answer (ii): The HUMUS play an important role needed for the survival of the rainforest in that the HUMUS is the provider of nutrients. AHumus is a complex organic substance formed by the result of the breakdown of plant material in a process called humification. Humification is simplymicro-organisms breaking down complex organic materials into simple organic acids which then may be consumed by plants. Humification then becomes a vital stage of the cycling nutrients throughout a rainforest environment. The humus is either
Wetland Restoration Wetlands are a key part of many ecosystems that benefit the environment in several ways. Sometimes referred to as “the kidneys of the landscape” wetlands act as a filter. They can filter out naturally occurring sediment as well as contaminants like fertilizer runoff or chemical spills. Wetlands also replace groundwater and in times of flooding can take on additional water to prevent flood damages. Wetlands are not only beneficial for water filtering and flooding; they also provide a unique ecosystem that many species rely on for survival.
For example, soil can be affected by heavy rains or floods. Many abiotic factors can affect the lifestyle of an organism. These abiotic factors have subfactors, such as climatic and edaphic factors, that can have a huge impact on the survival, distribution, abundance and over-all ecology of the biotic units of the ecosystem. All these factors affect different organisms to different extents but without these environmental factors, organisms cannot exist. This study allows us to determine the variations of abiotic factors affecting organisms.
Water is considered an essential element for the human being, animals, plants and all other creatures on the earth. Shortage of water resulted through various reasons that can be outlined as follows: Firstly, water passing from its sources across several borders supplying different nations through all over the planet and the shortage sometimes could be due to hard access caused by wars. Secondly, the population increase and water need too which cause shortage of water as the available natural source is not enough.Thirdly , the abuse of pure water by irresponsible personnel when being used in irrigation and for industrial use.This paper will highlight some important reasons for water shortage and particularly concentrate on the results of upgrading water securingalternate resources. One of the main reasons for water shortage is overpopulation. The high increase of population led to the need of expansion of the existing facilities and building, development of new shelters and infrastructure facilities to accommodate the expected of huge number of population, this fact consume a high percentage of the available water in the world.
The result to this is the top soil is left exposed it then becomes saturated with water and slides off the slope in a muddy mass into waterways leaving the subsoil to continuously erode. The solution to this problem is simple stop deforestation and save the soil in the forest habitat. There are several processes of soil erosion which include; sheet erosion, gulley erosion, and wind erosion. Sheet erosion occurs when there is sufficient rainfall; exposed soil will be moved downhill as a mass
There were also old Egyptian structures that had to be carefully moved to avoid destruction from the new path of the river. These relocations sparked controversy and resistance from the Egyptian people due to the old structures being a large part of the tourist attraction in Egypt. Another big problem the Dam caused was with the soil around the river. Normally the soil was very good for farming, even with the annual floods, but the construction of the Dam caused the nutrients in the water to stop flowing to the soil. The result was poor farmland and in turn, the poverty of the farmers wasn’t completely solved.
Migratory birds like the water fowl have the potential to spread the resistance bacteria over a large area, like water sources, and our soil. This spreads it to other species and makes then antibiotic resistant to the different bacteria’s. They also found that in the pre-antibiotic age that there were strains of antibiotic resistance gene’s been present before the widespread distribution of antibiotics. So this tells us that it can occur naturally in nature. It also tells us that it is important in nature.
Long-tailed macaques are considered as pest animal in the region. As a result of increased human population and deforestation to give way for human development, long-tailed macaques can be found scattered in groups at various places in human population such as in towns, temples, tourist lodges and roadsides, thus sharing the same habitat and food with humans. High level of interactions between human and long-tailed macaques in the same habituation leads to the conflict between the two primates, resulting in various ecological and safety problems among humans. Due to invasions of human in the previously was M. fascicularis habitat, agricultural