Land pollution is the degradation of earth's surface. Land pollution makes the quality of soil low. It directly affects the plants and indirectly to human beings. Human actions have also caused many large areas of land to lose or reduce their capacity to support life forms and ecosystems. This is known as land degradation.
Noise is considered as environmental pollution, even though it is thought to have less damage to humans than water, air or land pollution. Noise pollution also disturbs the ecosystem.
The four diseases caused by noise pollution are:
Releasing of domestic and industrial wastes, unplanned and excessive construction works, deforestation and use of excessive agricultural chemicals are all polluting the land.
Effects of Land Pollution are:
The effects of noise pollution are:
The causes of noise pollution are:
The causes of land pollution are:
Farmer use ______ to kill harmful insects.
______ pollution causes hyper tension.
The three primary soil macronutrients are______.
copper, cadmium, and carbon
boron, zinc, and manganese
potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen
carbon, oxygen, and water