Education in Earth Science Technologies
The Joint Assembly 2009 of Earth Science Technologies was held with the intention of studying many aspects relating to geography and the environment. Much of what has been found here has gone into the field of education as a means of analyzing the many functions that schools engage in when teaching people about various concepts relating to the sciences at large.
This is an essential practice that the assembly has reviewed in quite a bit of detail as a means of determining what may occur in the future with regards to the planet at large.
Climate Change Is a Concern
Climate change is an aspect of climate studies that has become a very popular topic in recent time. The Joint Assembly 2009 focused on how urban expansion in the southeastern part of the United States and the rise in sea levels have made it harder for birds and other creatures to migrate and breed. This is especially critical as the southeastern part of the country is a highly prominent spot for many breeding activities.
In addition, the creation of snow has become a real concern. Excess heating around parts of the country have made it harder for snow falls to be utilized in many places where snow is required. These include mountains that are often utilized by people for skiing purposes.
Land Is Being Lost
One consideration to find in the environment comes from how land is being placed at a premium. The sea levels in many parts of the country have started to rise over the years. These rises have come to the point where some areas may be difficult to inhabit in the near future due to the added threat of water.
This is particularly been critical for many coastal communities. Some plans are being suggested with education on pollution and constant erosion being keys to focus on. Much of this will entail the need to plan ahead with boundaries for where pollutants can go with the intention of keeping all water clear and safe. The need to keep the temperatures in these watery areas down will especially be important in order to keep serious weather patterns from potentially becoming worse.
Global Climate Needs To Be Scalable
One discovery found in this assembly came from the need to look into how the global climate is organized. In particular, the global climate needs to be scaled down to a series of smaller climates that relate to very specific standards. One such example comes from how water in mountainous regions may be provided to people from the spring water that comes from the mountains in local areas.
There are concerns that climate change may directly impact water supplies that directly come from such spaces. This could be threatening to some communities if action is not taken to fix problems as they come about.
These are discoveries and considerations from the Joint Assembly 2009 that are going to impact all parts of life. From wildlife to human life earth sciences are going to end up impacting society as a whole. If the right research and measurements are used as a means of preventing serious problems from occurring at any time in the near future.