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How has the effect of the lockdown impacted the environment.


How has the effect of the lockdown impacted the environment.

In the last few months, the kind of environment has improved, and with this, after many years, there has been a decline in air pollution, and the sky has started to look much cleaner than before, the water of those rivers in India has been seen clearly, Those who pass through the city, whose water was poor due to the chemical coming out of garbage companies. The shocking news coming from all over the world, these news has made people think, people say that they have never seen such a clean environment before, not such clear sky. Have seen it before, some people say that after many years, such a clean environment has been seen. After all, what has happened is that in the last few days there has been such a dip in air pollution, due to which, the atmosphere has improved a lot.

How the corona virus is spreading all over the world, from whose place thousands of people are being killed, and this virus is such that anyone who has this virus, if someone comes in contact with it, then this virus is the person  It also happens. To prevent the spread of corona virus, governments across the country have issued a lockdown throughout the country. Traffic, vehicles, airplanes, companies etc. were closed due to the lockdown. Due to all the business, it directly affected the environment, because the smoke was coming out from the vehicles, airplanes, companies, and the environment was polluting, that was one of the reasons that we could not see the sky clearly.

How has the effect of the lockdown impacted the environment.


NASA Reveals Significant Reduction in Air Pollution in Major Metropolitan Areas of the United States, According to NASA, these recent improvements in air quality have come at a high cost, as COVID-19 spread worldwide resulted in widespread lockdown  has gone. Metropolitan areas have been measured by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) on NASA’s Aura satellite, which was processed by a team at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.

NASA weather variations from year to year cause variations in monthly means for different years, NASA shows atmospheric nitrogen dioxide levels for the month of March every year since 2005, with OMI data records in March 2020 this year. The minimum monthly atmospheric nitrogen dioxide level of any March has been. In March 2020, nitrogen dioxide levels in the region from Washington, DC to Boston decreased by about 30% compared to March 2005.