Pollution of rivers And its effects on the areas Coastal and the sea

Author WILSON EDUARDO COBA ITURRALDE       Pollution of rivers And its effects on the areas Coastal and the sea ABSTRACT Maritime pollution is defined as the “Introduction by man, directly or indirectly, of substances or energies in the marine environment that produce such harmful effects as they damage the living resources, danger to…

Forest fires

by Jhony Pico Introduction For forest fires we refer to fires (whether of natural or anthropic origin) that occur in terrestrial ecosystems, and which are propagated by vegetation, of whatever type (forests, savannas, shrublands, grasslands, wetlands, peatlands, etc.). ). Most people associate forest fires with catastrophic events, fires are part of the same nature and have…

Environmental pollution from noise

by Jeferson Maigua Introduction Noise is the main environmental pollution that causes stress. The noise is an unpleasant sound that has been increasing with the development of humanity, industry in general and urbanization. This is one of the pollutants of the environment that presents major problems for the health of man and animals. Ambient noise…

Global warming and its environmental effects

Por Sebastian Huacho Global warming is a very serious environmental problem that affects more than one area the damage it generates by the effects it produces. There are causes that generate this problem and with a greater contribution to global warming is the man who extracts the natural resources without considering the environmental damages that…

Zika birth defects

by Jaime Castillo ABSTRACT The virus was identified in 1947 for the first time in Uganda. It was discovered when a study was carried out on the transmission of yellow fever in the jungle. Its transmission is through the bite of infected mosquitoes of the genus Aedes. These tend to sting during the day, especially…

Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity Conservation

The indigenous knowledge for biodiversity conservation has accumulateted and transmitted from generation to generation. habitat management by traditional agriculturalists and agroforesters is relatively well know. more controversial is habita management by hunter gatherers. another widely used traditional practice, that of rotation of harvesting pressure, would similarly contribute to landscape heterogeneity. the principle of rotation in…

What is Mathematics?

Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. Math is all around us, in everything we do. History of mathematics Several civilizations — in China, India, Egypt, Central America and Mesopotamia — contributed to mathematics as we know it today. Sumerians were the first people to develop a counting…