Institute of Agrochemistry and Soil Science of ANAS, BakuFulltext PDF
With the increase in the use of natural resources, directly related to the industrial revolution, the impact on the biosphere and its components increases. Pollutants are chemical, biological and physical. As a result of our scientific research, it was proved that the biosphere was deformed at all stages, being subjected to endogenous, exogenous and anthropogenic influences. This is one of the main factors hindering the development of modern agriculture.
Environmental pollution; Raw soil; Erosion; Soil salinization; Biological diversity; Anthropogenic pollution; Oil and oil products
Shyukurov SKH, Aliyev ZH. Anthropogenic Causes of Environmental Pollution and their Regulation. Int Clinc Med Case Rep Jour. 2023;2(12):1-5.