The fields have become unusable for agriculture due to salination
International Symposium on Techniques to Control Salination
for Horticultural Productivity 573, Antalya, Turkey.
from landfill leachates: Effects on the macronutrient content and plant growth of four grassland species.
The country's ground water reservoirs also suffer from depletion and salination
as seepage occurs from the peninsula's surrounding seawater.
c) This category encompasses water-borne infections causing diarrheal illness, as well as typhoid fever, and also includes problems such as sea-level rise-induced salination
of potable water supplies.
In Southeast Asia, drought and salination
caused by harsh weather and alleged water storage at dozens of upstream dams on the Mekong River bankrupted about 1.
The world's fertile farmland is under threat from erosion, salination
Under the deal, Taqa's 50 per cent ownership interest in Lakefield would be sold for an unspecified amount to Nebras Power, a Qatari firm involved in power generation and water salination
Our soil also suffers from salination
, contamination with harmful substances, compaction, building activity and mining," Miehlich told DW.
In practical terms, soils are in danger because of : 1) continuing conversion of farmlands and forests into human settlements and industrial parks, 2) unbridled deforestation and erosion, and 3) unsustainable agricultural practices leading to erosion, acidification, salination
, pollution, and soil mining (exhaustion of soil minerals without replenishment).
It is thus likely that within a century Planasia's land will become subject to increased soil salination
and will be largely submerged.
After all, deforestation, soil salination
, and so forth resulted especially from intensive agriculture-ie.