Climate Impacts on Soil Structure and its Impacts on Agriculture Production in the World

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Naushad Khan

University of Agriculture, Peshawar - Institute of Development Studies

Mahnoor Naushad

University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Shah Fahad

University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Date Written: March 14, 2020

Abstract

Climate is the average condition of the weather of the 30 years. There rainfall, temperature, coldness wind, melting of Glacier, flood flow, precipitate and soil structure all are countable. Now a day it has burning issue of the world. Seeing to its importance the present study was carried out since March, 14, 2020.The major objective was to examine the climate impacts on soil structure and its impacts on agriculture production in the world. Total 20 articles were downloaded from the net and studied and review 10 to 20 times and analyzed the situation to how soil structure, agriculture production and living organism are impacted by climate changes in the world. The result indicates that Population pressure day by day increasing which increase the demand of the food and through this way more land is cultivated by human being which disturb the health of the soil and also damage the ecosystem of the world while increase the temperature of the universe and depleting the ozone which in the long run affect the production of agriculture. In tropical zone this increasing temperature is very dangerous for the yield of crops while in tropical zone it may be good and beneficial for farming society. Similarly industrial development on one side improve the socioeconomic condition of the world while on other side is polluted the environment and increase the green houses gases such as CO2 , CH3 and CH4 in the environment and increase the global warming of the world which affect climate and increase the temperature from one degree centigrade to two degree centigrade and make the environment unfavorable which disturb the life of living organism of the world. So now a day the world scientists are thinking about this problematic issues how to protect the environment of the world and how new varieties are identified which have resistant to the present environment in the world for agriculture production. So the study concluded that how to control the population of the world and how to protect the soil of the world for agriculture production and survival of life .There three things namely Population, Soil and Agriculture production are linking with one another. It all depends on one another and the loss of one cause the loss of the other. The climate, soil and production story is very interesting while the whole story clarified that to focus on population growth how to control it, similarly to care the health of the earth while to see to production how it link with one another. The human on the earth is greedy and selfish and they only care of their selves and not the other because of this they damage the earth and damage the environments which in the long run, create problems for Human in the world. So on the basis of problems, the study recommend that to care the family growth, health of the earth and to care the production of agriculture which positively correlate with human survival in the world. Similarly keep balance in production of food and population growth through new inventions. It is also necessary for world countries to keep the ecosystem of the world favorable and clean; Adjust the varieties level according to climate condition to solve the problems of the food crisis of the world; Climate always affect the crops, forest, vegetables, fruits, and living organism of the world, So it is necessary for scientists of the world to work hard and find solution in the emergency and to invent new technology for world prosperity while use the idea of sustainable development which is the need of the day. So it is requested to all world scientists to do the research and find the solution at that level to escape the earth health and ecosystem of the world for safety of living organism which live on the earth.

Keywords: Climate Impacts, Soil Structure, Agriculture Production, World

Suggested Citation

Khan, Naushad and Naushad, Mahnoor and Fahad, Shah, Climate Impacts on Soil Structure and its Impacts on Agriculture Production in the World (March 14, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3554314 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3554314

Naushad Khan (Contact Author)

University of Agriculture, Peshawar - Institute of Development Studies ( email )

University Campus
Peshawar, khyber Pakhtunkhwa 25000
Pakistan

Mahnoor Naushad

University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Shah Fahad

University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Pakistan

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