Environmental Degradation and Loss Biodiversity with Use of the Magnetic Radiation
AbstractEnvironmental impacts caused reductions in the maintenance of biodiversity, pollute water bodies, air, and soil. The objective of this research was to associate the use of georeferencing with analysis of environmental classes, areas of permanent protection, land use and occupation, biodiversity conservation, and water quality despite multiple applications. The data obtained and analyzed in the 60 selected literature indicated that the use of magnetic radiation via geoprocessing is already applied efficiently and effectively in mapping APP’s (n = 20%); biodiversity (n = 18.3%) fires, burn and hot spots (n = 21.6%); degradation (n = 31.6%), and hydro resources (n = 15%), in regions subject to drought or not. It realized that the use of this system is essential for environmental management in whatever class one wishes to monitor or analyze, including the conservation of biodiversity.Key words: quality of life, global conservation, geographic information system
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