Open Access Opinion

Arable Land and Climate

Oleg Halidullin*

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

Corresponding Author

Received Date: September 29, 2019;  Published Date: October 03, 2019

Abstract quality-x5x4qMoKZeUB0j_qvtTInA : The findings of the study indicate that bare soils, where no vegetation is allowed, except for crops, they are more prone to erosion by air and water, compaction and gradual deterioration. Such areas in the world are now about 11% of all land. Bare soils change the quality of water at the moments of its movement in the soil and after evaporation in the atmosphere.

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