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Environmental Analysis & Ecology Studies

Environmental Analyses and Ecological Studies Represents the Role of Guarding Life

Elsayed A Khallaf*

Department of Zoology, Minoufiya University, Egypt

*Corresponding author: Elsayed A Khallaf, Department of Zoology, Minoufiya University, Egypt

Submission: September 26, 2017;Published: November 30, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/EAES.2017.01.000501

ISSN: 2578-0336
Volume1 Issue1


There was a time when Man was the son of nature, interacting and part of the whole process of life. Then, as his fate, man progressed, invented, produced, flourished and finally prevailed on earth. He created artificial systems in which he lived, and at times seemed so close to being protected and safe from any natural phenomenal impact. Then he realized that his own creation, byproducts, beside his aggression against his own kind were being his enemy.

In recent years, disasters increased in frequency, where grade 4 or more, hurricanes attacked the southern parts of the USA, as well in Asia. Large ice bergs cracked in Greenland, North and South poles, dissolving in the sea. There is an increase or rise of the Sea level, although it is few cms a year but it became a reality. Floods increased in dangerous levels devastating lands and man properties in various parts of the world, and in other areas dryness caused famine and disasters. Climate Change declared its manifestation in clear messages to the human being.

Scientists as guardians of life, face challenges which appear in our time. Thus, Global Warming and carbon dioxide emission by the industrialized countries, pollution in various grades in the terrestrial and aquatic environments, are of those challenges, and finding solutions to the present difficulties threatening the world. That is what this Journal stands for. Studying the causes, observing problems and offering recommendations for better Ecosystems. That is our aim and role in the Environmental Analysis and Ecology Studies Journal.

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