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It means that an animal's population is lowered.
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we human needs the nature it self because it gives air to breath,water to drink and a clean environment that we ca live.Saving the nature is our mission and we should start it… from ourselves.Putting our trash properly,as a student is our of the easy way to do...
Man has a significant role in balancing nature. The various activities that humans engage in like cultivation, fishing, creating artificial water bodies and so on will pro…mote equilibrium in the ecosystem.
not to litter would help alot!
Balance in nature is the right amount of organism,either its living or none-living,in the nature or ecosystem,it should be observed to prevent the rapid growth or the overlapi…ng of organism in an ecosystem,that is why its okey for the animals to eat each other or other type of organism.example:when a snake eats a bird,
It means that it is nature is the way it was intended to. Without man getting in the way.
my balance sheet does not balance why?
this means that there is enough of everything to go around (animals, plants, oxygen, water, etc.). in other words: the food chain is not in danger in any way.
Of the balance of nature hypothesis indicates that the ecosystem is not balanced. This means that the organisms present are not well distributed to create an accurate bala…nce of nature.
To order to survive and also to have a clean and well balance nature.
They were afraid that one false step could lead to a natural disaster.
if we will not make the balance in nature it will give us bad results. like heavy rainfall, earthquake, hurricane etc...
The air above us is relatively transparent to visible radiation, allowing the bulk of the Sun's energy to reach the Earth's lower atmosphere and surface. Fortunately, the atmo…sphere is opaque to almost all solar radiation in the UV, shielding the biosphere from these potentially harmful rays. The Earth receives most of its direct heat from the visible and near- infrared spectrum of sunlight, retaining about 70 percent of what pours down on its day-lit hemisphere. The rest is returned, by reflection, back into the cold of space. A part of what the ground and oceans and lower atmosphere absorb also leaks outward through the atmosphere in the form of infrared radiation. The remaining fraction--trapped in part by greenhouse gases--sustains the habitable environment to which we are accustomed. Any variation in total radiation from the Sun will force an accompanying change in mean-surface temperature. Solar UV radiation, unlike that in the visible and infrared spectrum, seldom reaches the surface of the Earth since it is absorbed by the atmosphere. In addition, a steady stream of energetic particles and magnetic fields (the solar wind) flow continuously outward from the Sun, impacting and deforming the Earth's extended magnetic field. These upper reaches of the atmosphere are influenced strongly by the flow of particles and solar UV radiation. The changes that they feel can potentially affect the climate, through various connections to the lower atmosphere and surface of the Earth. As an example, variations in the flow of both UV radiation and atomic particles that accompany changes in overall solar activity alter the amount of ozone in the stratosphere. Since ozone in turn affects the lower atmosphere and biosphere, it provides another possible connection between solar variability and the climate system.
To maintain balance in nature is to understand the cycle of life. We need to give back what we take and quit depleting the natural resources. These are not finite and will go …away. We need to apply the sustainable thinking process in our daily lives.
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while that is a complex question it has a very simple answer the answer is that for every three bears that are in the woods you need to have 3 cockatues in your bathtub and 17… pigmeys in your left back jeans pocket DO NOT PUT IT IN CHORDS OR YOU WILL GET AUTISM and deficate yourself every time you hear a bell.