What environmental factors affect the condition of the soil?

The following environmental factors affect the condition of the soil:
• use of agricultural land for residential and industrial development;
• soil overload with fertilizers and pesticides;
• Soil pollution near cities, large centers of non-ferrous and ferrous metallurgy, chemistry, petrochemistry, mechanical engineering, thermal power plants and close to roads with heavy metals, oil products and other untreated or poorly treated waste;
• Soil contamination with radioactive isotopes as a result of atomic and nuclear explosions, as well as the activities of enterprises and research institutions using nuclear fuel and nuclear materials;
• unsanitary conditions of collection and storage of household and household waste;
• flooding, waterlogging and desertification of land;
• destruction of the soil cover by water flows and wind.

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