The Nature's SOS: Covid-19
Ritu Dhingra, Alka Garg
Air, covid-19, environment, human, lockdown, nature, noise, pandemic, pollution, quality, water.
The ecological balance of our mother earth has been continuously degenerating making this lovely planet a living hell. Industrialization, toxic wastes, use of excessive plastic, vehicular pollution and deforestation has worsened the situation further. COVID- 19, a global pandemic had forced the world to lockdown their homes. Mother earth heaved a sigh of relief with less people and fewer vehicles on the roads. The research undertaken utilized data gathered from reputable research papers and authoritative websites to thoroughly analyze the effects of lockdown measures on our ecological system. The primary focus of this study was to explore the positive impact of the pandemic-induced lockdown on nature, specifically evaluating its influence on air and water quality, wildlife populations, noise levels, and land surface temperature.
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Unique Paper ID: 160993

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 262 - 269
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