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Ecological

Imbalance
What do you mean by Ecological Imbalance?
• An ecological imbalance is a
disturbance or strange effect
on an environment or the
normal world when all is said
in done that divert from the
typical back and forth
movement of energy in that.
• Imbalances happen normally,
and the adjusting powers of
the common world neutralize
them.

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Reasons for Ecological Imbalance
1. Overpopulation
2. Landfills
3. Ruinous Agricultural Policies
4. A High Amount of Exhaust
Gases.
5. Degradation of Land and Soil
Erosion
6. Deforestation
7. Faulty Utilization of Water
Resources
8. Environmental Problems from
Faulty Mining Practices
9. Industrial and Atmospheric
Pollution.

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Environmental Issues
1. National issues –
These are issues that influence a nation
and must be settled inside the nation.
These national ecological issues are:
• Pollution (air, water, and soil)
• Degradation of natural resources, for
example, soil disintegration,
deforestation, consumption of natural
life, and exhaustion of mineral assets.

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Environmental Issues
2. Global problems –
These are issues that influence
distinctive countries and must be
resolved through solidarity of
influenced country. Some worldwide
issues are:
• Global warming or Greenhouse
impact
• Acid Rain
• Pollution (Air and Marine Pollution)

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Consequences of Ecological Imbalance
1. It results in the increase in temperature of
the earth as a whole causing global
warming.
2. The rise in temperature result increases in
sea level due to the melting of polar caps.
3. Warming up of the atmosphere causes
natural calamities like flood, hurricanes, and
cyclones nearby the oceans.
4. Higher atmospheric temperature increase
evaporation of water from the farms
reducing crop yield.
5. Monsoon may even stop altogether or
rainfall may be altered.

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How To Prevent From Ecological Imbalance??
1. Management of Natural
Resources.
2. Controlling Population.
3. Protecting the Water.
4. Recycling.

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