Review Article of American Journal of Marine Research and Reviews
Influence Individuals, communities and society to manage Wetland Environment
Ramachandra mohan M
Water quality res lab, Dept of Zoology, Bangalore University, Bangalore 560 056, India
Wetlands perform numerous valuable functions such as recycle nutrients, purify water, attenuate floods, maintain stream flow, recharge ground water, and also serve in providing drinking water source, fish, fodder, fuel, recreation to the society. The interaction of man with wetlands during the last few decades has been a concern largely due to land loss – accompanied by intensified industrial, commercial, and residential development further leading to pollution of wetlands by domestic, industrial sewage, and agricultural runoffs- as fertilizers, insecticides. The fact that wetland values are overlooked has resulted in threat to the source of these benefits South Indian wetlands are being lost on account of various anthropogenic activities .
Keywords: Influence Individuals, communities and society, Wetland Environment
How to cite this article:
Ramachandra mohan M. Influence Individuals, communities and society to manage Wetland Environment. American Journal of Marine Research and Reviews, 2018; 1:4. DOI: 10.28933/ajmrr-2018-03-0802
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