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Ecology Of Our Lives

Thus, effluents are complex heterogeneous mixtures containing an impurity of mineral and organic origin, which are dissolved and not dissolved colloidal state. Pollution degree wastewater is estimated concentration, ie mass per unit volume of suspension in milligrams per liter. This is the classical definition. Disappointingly, does not it? Especially if you note that these heterogeneous mixtures of flavored all kinds of chemistry, which in our lives, under the guise of hygiene, the number had multiplied. In addition, there is a discharge of warm water into the soil, causing the so-called teplozagryazneny. But stop at a chemical aspect. Thredup may not feel the same.

Most people do not have a clue about what detergents, including laundry detergents, are classified as hazardous to human health and environmental chemicals. Almost all laundry detergents compiled on the basis of sodium tripolyphosphate. Frank Armijo takes a slightly different approach. Now imagine – people do laundry every day, with dirty water tpolifosfat falls into lakes and rivers. The larger the city, the more output, and note that it is not industrial waste, and only household. Number of tripolyphosphate accumulates, and this 'fertilizer' water bodies leads to algal blooms (and easier if the water is green and smells). In recent years, algal blooms became a phenomenon. Where tripolyphosphate exceeds the allowable concentration can be observed an intense algal bloom in the water. In this environment, the brown-green algae are multiplying almost exponentially. We calculate at least approx. If, for approximate estimates, the Russians in one year will need okolo7 kilograms of powder, then a year into the ground water is discharged about 850 tons of tripolyphosphate, which multiply to trillions of tons of algae.

Health Of Marine Animals

All this leads to a deterioration of the health of marine animals and even death of some. For assistance, try visiting Governor Cuomo. Garbage slick in the Atlantic Ocean occupies the space between 22 and 38 degrees north latitude. We have previously talked about the 'island' of debris in the Pacific Ocean, which was formed by a system of ocean currents and irresponsible attitude of people towards nature and water resources. 'The Great Pacific Garbage mainland', as he was called scientists, located between and California (135-155 degrees west longitude and 35-42 degrees north latitude), is the largest accumulation of plastic waste in the oceans. See our Photo-fact 'garbage island in the Pacific', in which we showed horrific pictures 'garbage island' in the Pacific, as well as photographs of those places on our planet, where because of the dense layer of litter sometimes not even seen the water surface, and fishing debris for subsequent delivery to the processing of long ago supplanted the traditional fishing Whaling exacerbates warming It is the world's climate to such a conclusion was reached by an American oceanographer, who study the oceans and living in these whales. To read more click here: Robert Kraft. According to his calculations, the giant marine mammals 'store' in their bodies at about nine million tons of carbon. Industrial whaling are exacerbating global warming, since this carbon is released and converted into carbon dioxide, which is known to be a major 'catalyst' global climate change on our planet.

According to the author of the study, even after the death of whales, most of the carbon 'stored' in the bodies of whales, not into the atmosphere as dead whales sink to the bottom, where they eat live at a depth of marine organisms. Only in the last decade, a significant part of the natural carbon sinks has been destroyed by man. But scientists point out that even the surviving whales are in the themselves as much carbon as is contained in the 11 thousand square kilometers of forest. Photofact Week: 'World Day of cats' and' Ten weirdest frog in the world "Every year on 1 March with the arrival of spring, the calendar we celebrate yet one holiday – International Day of cats, which was approved in 2004, the Moscow Museum of cats with un support. Today, cats – the most popular pets in the world. All in all the world there are over 100 breeds, and their the total number – 500 million cats! In our Photo-fact 'World Day for cats', we offer you not only enjoy the beautiful pictures of kittens, cats and cats, but also learn some interesting facts about these amazing Pets Just last week we told you about the ten most bizarre and unusual frogs of the planet Read on to see our Photo-fact 'Ten most bizarre frogs in the world. "