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  • 1. HOW HAS HUMANSIMPACTED NATURE? By: Ali Rashid
  • 2. – Water is a renewable resource, but we aredepleting water in aquifers (porous, waterholding rocks) at a fast rate.WATER SHORTAGES
  • 3. Affected by climate cycles and also affected by human interfernece, the Aral Click to add textSea is dying. In around Click to add text25 years it has lost 75% of its beginning surface.DYING ARAL SEA
  • 4. – Growing population– Large population concentrations near smallsupplies– Agricultural and industrial useWHAT CAUSES THESE SHORTAGES?
  • 5. HOW THE ARAL SEA IS DYING OUT?
  • 6. > Many places that were warmer are now getting colder, andmany colder regions are getting much more colder or evenwarmer.> This describes the total of all weather occurring over a period ofyears in a given place. It is the average weather condition of thatplace. Climate tells us what it’s usually like in the place where youlive.THE CLIMATE CHANGES
  • 7.  By polution from areoplanes flying, ships passing by to go through or to visit the Antarctic and by sinking ships with 1000s of liters of diesel, drinks, oil, gas and many more.THE ANTARCTIC BEING SPOILED BYHUMAN INTERFERENCE
  • 8.  When humans destroy wild land to build homes, factories, shopping malls, amusement parks, garbage dumps, even to build a visitor center, store and restaurant in a park, the land is changed. The animals that once lived there, from the bugs that lived in the ground to the birds that ate them, all may disappear. Some can move to new home areas, but there are already other animals living there. There is not enough food, water or shelter for all of them. Many of the animals will die.When farmers spray chemicals on their crops to save them from pests (bugs and molds and things that eat the plants), the chemicals get into the water and into the soil. Bugs that do not hurt the crops die. The birds and mammals who eat these poisoned bugs may also die, or they cannot reproduce, or their offspring die young. Factories, automobiles, trucks and planes put chemicals into the air. The exhaust from their engines contains tiny specks of toxic chemicals that fall on plants, on the ground, and into the water. There, they get into the animals when the animals eat the plants, drink the water, or nest in the ground. These animals, too, can die or not reproduce.ANIMAL HABITAT DESTRUCTION

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