Paper Information

Title: 

NATURAL RESOURCES ROLE AND CONSTANT EXPANSION (WATER AND SOIL PROTECTION)

Type: PAPER
Author(s): SAFARIPOR CHAFI P.,AMANI A.
 
 
 
Name of Seminar: HAMAYESH MELLI ENSAN, MOHITE ZIST VA TOSEE PAYDAR
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  DANESHGAHE AZADE ESLAMI VAHEDE HAMEDAN
Date:  2010Volume -
 
 
Abstract: 

THIS WAY, SUN AND WIND ARE CONSIDERED PERMANENT RESOURCES, SOIL, WATER AND PASTURES ARE AMONG RENEWABLE RESOURCES, AND FOSSIL FUELS AND GOLD, COPPER, AND OTHER MINES ARE CONSIDERED NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES. THEREFORE, SOIL AND WATER IS NOT PERMANENT RESOURCE AND IT IS STRICTLY NECESSARY FOR MAN TO DO HIS BEST FOR ITS PROTECTION. EROSIN IS ONE OF THE NATURAL INEVITABLE PHENOMENA THREATENING THE EXISTENCE OF WATER AND SOIL WHICH NATURAL AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES AFFECT. REMOVAL OF VEGETATION IS AMONG MAIN REASONS OF SOIL EROSION, WHICH WOULD CONTRIBUTE TO THE EMERGENCE OF A SERIES OF NATURAL. SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL DISASTERS.
MOVING TOWARDS CONSTANT EXPANSION NEEDS TO BASIC CHANGES IN HUMANS OBSERVATION AND BEHAVIAUR. THUS, IN THIS CONNECTION, IMPROVEMENT CLEPENDS ON GENERAL EDUCATION AND INFORMATION IN WHICH EDUCATIONG CONCEPTS AND KEY FOR PROTECTIONAND CONSTANT EXPANSION. MIXING TOGETHER WITH THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES THAT CONCERNED TODAY AS A KIND OF CRISIS IN OUR COUNTRY. WITH GREAT NATURAL RESOURCES IS ONE OF THE EVIDENCES OF THE PATTERN OF GROWTH WITH FORCE ON NATURAL REAOURCES. WHEREAS THE EXPLOTTATION OF THESE RESOURCES BE ACCOMPAINEAD UNSUITABLE WITH LIFE CIRCUM FERENCE, IT DISORDERED THE ECOLOGICAL EQUILIBRIUMS IN REGION AND CAUSE IRREPARABLE DAMAGES, CONTAMIN ATIONS. THUS, NOT ONLY THESE ISSUES ARE VERY IMPORTANT, BUT THE PEOPLES BEHAVIOR SHOULD BE CORRECTED AND RECOGNIEED A NEW PERSPECTIVE WITH CONSTANT VALUES. IT IS TRIES IN THIS ARTICLE TO SHOW THE EFFECT OF THE PROTECTION OF NATURAL RASOURCES AND THE CONSTANT EXPANSION.

 
Keyword(s): NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT, CONSTANT EXPANSION, EROSION, WATER AND SOIL PROTECTION
 
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