Resource Depletion

The increase in the human population has led to resource depletion, pollution, and climate change. Previously the climate was not considered to be affected by the land surface or the organisms present on earth. It has now been accepted that land surface plays a major role in determination of the climate. Land surfaces altered by anthropogenic activities have caused changes in land surface processes and micrometeorological parameters. Vegetation is a major factor in climate regulation and maintenance. This chapter, aims at linking complex land surface processes with anthropogenic impacts (pollution, land use change, deforestation), and their impact on the climate as well as the role of vegetation in the maintenance of climatic variables. Pollution is another devastating result of human interference, and plants have the potential to remediate polluted sites.

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