In this connection, agriculture and animal husbandry, which have become significant stages in the development of mankind, are currently characterized as factors contributing to the disruption of the stability of the biosphere?
The development of cattle breeding has led to the desertification of large areas in the arid zones of the planet. The modern development of agriculture has led, firstly, to a significant reduction in the territories of natural biogeocenoses and, accordingly, to a reduction in biodiversity, which ensures the ecological sustainability of the environment. Secondly, man in the form of agricultural products removes from the fields most of the mineral elements necessary for plants. All these are factors contributing to the disruption of the stability of the biosphere.
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