Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
*Corresponding Author: Oleg Khalidullin, Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan.
Received: December 06, 2019; Published: January 10, 2020
Life on Earth depends on the circuit of water, carbon and everything that rises into the sky. In the atmosphere, their mixing, concentration, various chemical-physical processes, transformations take place, and with precipitation everything returns to the earth. On the soil, substances become the building material of bodies and plants, which, as they grow and multiply, produce waste, eat up, and waste again rise into the sky.
Humanity, in its development and the pursuit of the comfort of its existence, destroys the circuits. Vapors without changing the properties of vapors are clearly visible on the water - it came with precipitation and immediately went back to the atmosphere. In nature, such fumes come from the surfaces of water bodies, from stones, and other hard surfaces. But with the development of the industry, there are a lot of hard and impermeable surfaces, their volumes grow daily with the growth of technology and productivity. Alienated from nature territories - already more than 70% of the earth's land. This is deep plowing agriculture, reservoirs, deforestation, asphalt and concrete pavement, garbage and ore landfills. Vapors new to nature from destroyed surfaces can be called artificial. More details can be found in: https://www.actascientific.com/ASMI/pdf/ASMI-SI-01-0009.pdf.
Citation: Oleg Khalidullin. “Climate and Landfills". Acta Scientific Microbiology 3.2 (2020): 45-46.
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