It’s Not All Dirt: Soil Contamination
– As a kid, I made the mistake of playing in the sandbox at my school. I was not aware that there were other chemicals inside the sandbox besides sand. I found out that there were chemicals in the sand only after I got a large, painful rash. Unlike pollution in rivers and the air, soil contamination is not easily detected. A person cannot detect this with the naked eye. And because of this, many people worldwide have suffered complications due to the contamination of soil. Soil contamination is a serious and often overlooked environmental concern that threatens the safety of the environment and those affected by it…. ;
Taking a Look at Soil Depletion
– … Although, chemical fertilizers are dangerous to our lakes, ponds, and other bodies of water they are not only exclusive to that. Therefore in order to have a better future for the people of today, for the people of tomorrow, and for our environment we have to realize that “the population has no technical solutions; it requires a fundamental extension in morality (Hardin).” When the people start going back to the traditions, or at least implementing them once more into the agricultural farming methods, then and only then will the Earth be able to recuperate from all that it has lost and been through, from all of the damage humans have put her through until this point…. ;
Thomas Jefferson?s Gardening Compared to Today
– Thomas Jefferson’s Gardening Compared to Today Thomas Jefferson one of our founding fathers was very interested in gardening and learning about the soil and land conditions. It has been written that he has grown over 300 varieties of vegetables and herbs and even over a hundred different kinds of fruits. “America’s third president Thomas Jefferson was a man of many talents. He wrote the Declaration of Independence. He was a skilled architect, scientist, landscape designer, farmer and life-long gardener….
Techniques of Agriculture
– No one knows the origins of agriculture. Since the beginning of recorded history, agriculture has existed. Yet not all vegetation is native to its location today. They have been diffused through many different cultures over time and had expanded greatly due to the industrial revolution. In chapter 10 titled, “Agriculture” of the book Contemporary Human Geography, written by J. Rubenstein. Rubenstein describes the expansion of the production of food from just family consumption to mass production in four steps; expand agriculture, increase agricultural activity, identify new food sources, and expand exports….
– Robert Koch was a physician and a scientist. According to Blevins and Bronze (2010), his work “launched the new field of medical bacteriology,” and “ushered in a ‘golden age’ of scientific discovery and a new era of public health” (p. E744). Brock (1999) claimed Robert Koch was “one of the most important figures in medical science and was also the founder of bacteriology” (p. xxi). How did one man accomplish so much and impact the world around him in such a profound way. The three areas that must be examined in order to unveil the magnitude of influence that he possessed are as follows: • The Life of Robert Koch • Microscopes, Research, and Revolutionary Discoveries • Beyond one man These to…