Some of these resources include oxygen, soil, food, and most of all water. Different heavy minerals and their reserves are: Zircon, Rutile, Ilmenite, Leucoxene, Kyanite, Garnet, Magnetite and Monazite. Nowadays we are looking that it is going for become industrialized. Any matter which is required or used to sustain life or livehood is termed as a resource. Apart from fresh air and water, some other resources are trees, animal, land, soil, sunlight, coal, petroleum and minerals. With limited natural resources due to over-exploitation, our future generation will be affected. This paper will discuss the springs and the associated agriculture, effects of human population on the spring, sustainability, risk and benefits of nonrenewable and renewable resources, and the sustainability and conservation of Wekiva Springs.
Air contains of a mixture of gases containing Nitrogen 78% and Oxygen 21%. Besides this in Sundarban millions of people are dependant on the mangrove forest for their livelihood. Environmentalists are increasingly concerned with the intensified and unsustainable ways of the land, water resources, coastal lands and other natural vegetation due to expansion of agriculture and urbanization. Causes: Natural resource depletion can be attributed to many factors which in most cases centers on human activity. All these essential things for life available on earth, which have no source and no limitation, are called natural resources that are offered by nature for us. Thus the consumption of these resources should be in limit in order to make sure that the existence of these resources should not be end ever in future. Water that relocates into the ground through the pore spaces of the rocks is available as ground water.
The porous rocks are saturated with water at a certain level below the surface that is known as zone of saturation. The more close is the contact with water, the more water influences on these organisms. There are proper management practices for conservation of natural resources but it is still necessary to determine the risks and benefits of extracting energy. Some species of cranes, bustards, partridges, pigeons, doves, hornbills, Kashmir stag, swamp-deer etc. Human activities especially agricultural based like forest clearing and burning aimed at increasing agricultural land is a major contributor to the depletion of natural resources especially in the third world where agriculture is the backbone of the economy Weintraub, et al, 2007.
But in Bangladesh those are the most common and important natural resources. Then, he gradually started gaining superiority over other organisms by virtue of his intelligence. A Conservation of Soil: The conservation of land or soil is known as soil conservation. Population increases pressure continues to place a severe burden on productive capacity, creating a food deficit, especially of rice. For the medium-term, an environment that is healthy, ecologically balanced, sustainably productive, climate change resilient, and one that provides for present and future generations of Filipinos is envisioned. This is because these resources are limited in quantity and are not renewable. Organisms of some animals are more resistant to soiled water than human organisms.
He cleared forest to make houses, cities, industries, roads, bridges, dams, agricultural fields etc. The availability of coal and limestone has been instrumental for the development of cement industry in the state. Fisheries resource Bangladesh possesses a wide range of fishes, prawns, lobsters and other crustaceans, mollusks, turtles and other fishery resources inhabiting its extensive marine and inland open waters. The Jamuna is notorious for its shifting subchannels and for the formation of fertile silt islands chars. Forest conservation is equally important; animal live in forests, harmful practices like cutting down trees and banning fossils affects their natural habitat.
We can obtain bacon from a pig. Tree roots penetrate deep into the soil and from cavities in the ground. At this time, the concept of a national park was new for people; however, it was a great thing because it allowed the people the ability to preserve and protect the best of what they had for the benefit and enjoyment of all future generations. We can achieve sustainable forestry by managing the forest resources through some habitual changes like replanting, conversation, and protection from fire, etc. These vary in colour from reddish brown in the north to red or gray in the south. Unlike woods; oil, earth minerals, metal ores, fossil fuels, coal, natural gas, petroleum, nuclear fuels, etc are non-renewable natural resource which cannot be found again. Terracing: Dividing a slope into several flat fields to control rapid runoff water.
Human beings cannot create the natural resource however can modify and use accordingly. Impacts associated with agriculture Between 2000 and 2010 about 13 million hectares of forests were lost per year to agriculture and other uses Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2013. This practice is wide spread particularly in peninsular, central and eastern India and has resulted in the protection of a large number of plants and animals and. However, the vertical distance from the place on the surface to the water-table is called water-level. At the same time burgeoning population and industry and the ensuing pollution have demonstrated how easily delicately balanced ecological relationships can be disrupted see air pollution; water pollution; solid waste.
The apathy of the state govt. Flooding or rivers can be prevented by protecting trees in the forest. Need for Conservation of Natural Resources We know that nature provides us all our basic needs but we tend to overexploit it. Light from the Sun also called as Solar Energy can be converted into electricity. So we need to conserve the soil. In addition, water is life because it is the major part of the fluids of all living things. Therefore, all living organisms directly or indirectly depend upon the sun as the source of their energy.