The Basics Of Environmental Science


All living things on Earth are crucial to the functioning of our life support systems. Due to this, there have been a lot of talks and writing about environmental preservation. The study of the natural world is given serious attention in several highly regarded academic programmes. A typical instance is in the field of environmental science. The focus of environmental science is on how societies and ecosys- tems affect one another. Earth and all living things are at the centre of natural systems. A major component of the human system is the world’s human population. Ecology, biology, chemistry, physics, zoology, plant science, oceanography, mineralogy, soil science, limnology,geography, and physical and atmospheric science are just some of the many disciplines that contribute to environmental science and its goal of finding sustainable solutions to environmental problems. During the Enlightenment,scientists in the areas of natural history and medicine saw an opportunity to combine their knowledge to create environmental science. Nowadays, it’s used to investigate environmental systems in a way that’s integrative, quantitative,and multidisciplinary. Environmental science is the branch of study that uses the tools of physics, biology, and chemistry to investigate and identify causes of environmental damage and potential remedies. Environmentalism draws on a wide range of disciplines, including geography, biology, physics, ecology, oceanography, and geology.
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Dr. D. Meena S. Rao, Dr. Mohd. Shaikhul Ashraf, Dr. Avon Kumar Vaid, Dr. Amit Kumar Pandey

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