What is human activity?

  • (noun): Something that people do or cause to happen.
    Synonyms: act, human action

Some articles on human activity, human, humans:

Lake Piso - Human Activity
... Human activity in Lake Piso includes fishing and water sports such as swimming, canoeing and water skiing ...
Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gases
... Since about 1750 human activity has increased the concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases ... Natural sources of carbon dioxide are more than 20 times greater than sources due to human activity, but over periods longer than a few years natural sources are closely ... human-induced) warming, such as that due to elevated greenhouse gas levels, has had a discernible influence on many physical and biological systems ...
Scientific Consensus On Global Warming - Surveys of Scientists and Scientific Literature
... increased during the past 100 years 84% said they personally believed human-induced warming was occurring, and 74% agreed that "currently available. 5% said they thought human activity did not contribute to greenhouse warming ... Seventy-five of 77 believed that human activity is a significant factor in changing mean global temperatures ...
Balance Of Nature - Human Intervention
... Although some conservationist organizations argue that human activity is incompatible with a balanced ecosystem, there are numerous examples in history ... Possibly one of the best examples of an ecosystem fundamentally modified by human activity can be observed as a consequence of the Australian Aboriginal practice of "Fire-stick farming" ...
Peter Doran
... active climate researchers almost unanimously agree that humans have had a significant impact on the Earth's climate ... or remained relatively constant? 2 Do you think human activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures? 90% of the Earth ... As for the second question, 82% of the Earth scientists replied that that human activity had significantly contributed to the warming ...

Famous quotes containing the words activity and/or human:

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