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Various sciences that study the Earth, either as a physical entity, or as a living environment for plants, animals and human beings.
Collective term for the elements that surround a living organism, some of which contribute directly to meeting its needs.
vegetation and biosphere
structure of the biosphere
elevation zones and vegetation
Order of the relationships of predation and dependence among living organisms.
Continuous circulation of water in its different states (liquid, solid and gaseous) between the oceans, the atmosphere and the Earth’s surface.
Warming of the atmosphere that occurs when certain gases absorb part of the solar radiation reflected by the Earth.
natural greenhouse effect
enhanced greenhouse effect
The presence in the atmosphere of large quantities of particles or gases produced by human activity; these are harmful to both animal and plant life.
Numerous factors contribute to soil pollution (e.g., household and industrial waste, fertilizers, pesticides).
The cycle of the Earth’s waters is continuous, carrying and spreading pollutants introduced by human activity all around the planet.
Rain that contains abnormally high concentrations of sulfuric acid and nitric acid.
selective sorting of waste
Its goal is to extract recyclable material from trash.
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