Study on the Effect of Urban Pollution Induces by Urban Development Among Forest Territory, Wildlife and Human Population: A Mathematical Model
Suman Kumari Sinha, Jayantika Pal, Kumari Jyotsna
forest territory, wildlife population, urban development, urban pollution, stability, numerical analysis.
Forest are important natural resources. They are continuously decreasing due to overgrowth of human population and urban development. Here, we proposed and analyzed a non-linear mathematical model to study the effects of urban pollution induced by malpractices of urban development in urban forest territory, wildlife population and human population. It is anticipated that pollution concentrations in the environment increase at a constant pace, and that unplanned urban development have a significant impact on forest territory and wildlife species. The resultant model is subjectively examined using differential equation stability theory, as well as quantitatively examined using numerical simulation. It is also being revealed that the concentration of pollutants because of malpractices in urban development would also pose a serious threat resulting into over-exploitation of forest reserves, and wildlife population.
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Unique Paper ID: 154582

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 642 - 660
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