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Title: PowerPoint Presentation - Deforestation in the Amazon Author: June Saito Last modified by: June Saito Created Date: 4/10/2007 10:14:44 PM
Deforestation is the conversion of forested areas to non-forest land for use such as arable land, pasture, urban use, logged area, or wasteland. Generally, the removal or destruction of significant areas of forest cover has resulted in a degraded environment with reduced biodiversity.
Deforestation and the role of forests in the climate system. C. Deforestation: why we should be concerned. • Loss of biodiversity • Global warming (burning releases CO2) • Climate impacts Unit XI.
This is called deforestation. Humans are cutting down areas for the use of lumber, clearing land for new farms or for road construction. Sadly, a part of the rainforest the size of New Jersey is cut down each day!
The Effects of DEFORESTATION! By: Alfonso Saavedra & Aaron Lopez Outline The Effects of Deforestation on the Environment Social effects of Deforestation in Brazil Rainforest Facts The cause of Deforestation Deforestation Hazards The war against Deforestation How can we stop Deforestation Work ...
Tropical Deforestation Problems and Solutions Ji-woong Kim Part I Understanding Tropical Rainforest Understanding Tropical Rainforest Tropical Rainforest refers to a tropical and subtropical biome which is found around equatorial and subtropical regions.
Due to massive deforestation, about 50 to 100 species of animals are being lost each day. This puts the extinction of animals and plants on a massive scale.
Outline . Definition. Global Deforestation. Deforestation . in . Nigeria. The . cause of Deforestation. Deforestation . Hazards. Facts about deforestation. How . can we stop Deforestation
Deforestation By: Dong Jun Chung, Andrew Yang, Kevin Lin, Dennis You How Forests Affect Us 1. Forests provide oxygen for us by taking in carbon dioxide.
Déforestation : points de vue critiques du Sud Importance des forêts et ampleur de la déforestation Causes principales de la déforestation Déforestation et politiques du climat
Shifting Cultivation is preceded by slash and burn of forests leading to massive deforestation or for other activities, like Setting up industries Constructing dams Building roads and railway tracks Road building in the Amazon forest Effects of deforestation on the general environment: ...
Deforestation In the Amazon Rainforest By Anna Rivero Brynne Bartiromo Amy Zhuang What is Deforestation? Deforestation is when a forest is wiped out and the population of trees decrease.
Satellite image showing deforestation in Brazil Greatest impact of deforestation – extinction. Between 5% and 15% of tropical forest species will be lost in the next twenty years. Forest primates particulary heavily impacted.
Deforestation Group Members: Troy Wu Violetta Rucinski Shemanta Akanda
THE DEFORESTATION OF THE Amazonian rainforest A global problem Presented by I.I.S.S. BOSELLI SAVONA The rainforest: a fantastic structure The wonders of nature The climate People in the forest The resources of the forest The importance of the forest for life The abuse of the forest resources How ...
Causes 2 Mining companies are responsible for much deforestation. They cut down trees to extract gold and other minerals. Their activity often causes pollution. Causes 3 However, one of the biggest contributors to rainforest destruction is that they are often located in developing countries.
Key words: combustion, carbon dioxide, methane, deforestation Rising levels of carbon dioxide. Why? Get the gas right The greenhouse effect Global warming Carbon dioxide is released when fuels like gas, coal, oil, petrol and wood are burned.
Latin America Warm-ups Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest 3. Why? - Groups are cutting down the rainforest for economic reasons. 4. Effects - Brazil’s GDP has increased - They have a trade surplus – they are exporting goods from the rainforest.
Degradation as: Wastage of Water Pollution Solid Waste Deforestation Global Warming Ozone Layer Depletion Our suggestions to save our Planet-Earth How can I save my earth References Slide 12 ...
Deforestation: Global Impact, Causes & Recommendations ~~~~~ The forests are the “lungs” of our land, purifying our air and giving strength to our people.” ~Franklin Delano Roosevelt Why are forests so important?
WALT: Recognise how places have become the way they are and how they are changing (understand how deforestation is affecting the rainforest). Every year large portions of the Earth’s rain forests are cut down for logging, mining, and cattle ranches.
Prompt: How did excessive use of resources, imperial governments cause damage which generated social tensions and economic difficulties by concentrating too much wealth in the hands of elites?
Tropical Deforestation: A Serious and Daunting Problem More than one-half of the world’s intact tropical forests are found in just three countries: Brazil Indonesia Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire) Worldwide Changes in Total Forest Area – Gains and Losses, 1990-2000 ...
Sustainable Agricultural Practices for Rondônia, Brazil: An In-Depth Exploration of Deforestation Global Total Forest Areas Amazonia The South American Amazon, the world’s largest tropically forested area, is hugely rich in biodiversity.
The Problem of Deforestation in Brazil By: Megan Schwarz, Derek Croad , and Andrew Sargent General Causes of Deforestation Population growth and demand for new land Growing economies and consumption Short-sighted political decisions Corruption and illegal trade Poverty and landlessness ...
Back 100 Around 100 plant and animal species are lost each day due to deforestation. Back Back 40 years Back At current rate of deforestation, all the world’s tropical rainforests will have disappeared in 40 years time.
DEFORESTATION - AMAZON FOREST MinHo Kotaro OBJECTIVES To Inform you about the current situation of deforestation in the Amazon. Let you know the causes and implications behind the vast deforestation of the Amazon Forest.
Deforestation in Rain Forest of Brazil Georgia Performance Standard SS6G2:a Brazil; South America’s Largest Country More than half of Brazil is covered by rain forest.
... Deforestation and the Fuelwood Crisis Governments and Individuals Can Act to Reduce Tropical Deforestation Solutions: Sustaining Tropical Forests Some Rangelands Are Overgrazed (1) Some Rangelands Are Overgrazed (2) ...
Deforestation is a contributor to global warming, and is often cited as one of the major causes of the enhanced greenhouse effect. Tropical deforestation is responsible for approximately 20% of world greenhouse gas emissions.
Deforestation Deforestation = Removal of trees from a forested area without adequate replanting If rate of cutting and degradation ≤ rate of regrowth (reforestation)
Unit XI. Deforestation and the role of forests in the climate system. A. History of forests Earth 4.6 byr Life >3 byr Multicellular Life 600 myr
V O C A B Developed country Diet dynasty Embargo Deforestation Delta Developing countries Disarm earthquake Empire Demilitarized Zone Dialect Domino Theory ecosystem
V O C A B Developed countries disarm earthquake empire Deforestation Delta dialect Domino theory ecosystem enclave Demilitarized Zone Diaspora droughts ecotourism
Sustaining Terrestrial Biodiversity: The Ecosystem Approach G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 14th Edition Chapter 11 Section 6 Tropical Deforestation
The coastal plain forests are mostly secondary forest resulting from fire, deforestation, or deliberate forest management. Large areas of southeastern mixed forest likewise are successional, maintained by lumber management practices 5.
ppt > evapotranspiration . Temperate Deciduous Forest. Temperate Deciduous Forest-relatively large tree biomass-called the deciduous forest, but contains evergreen trees as well. ... deforestation, acid rain, logging, urbanization, mountain top mining.
Such deforestation can also increase landslides and mudflows. A 3,000-year-old Chinese proverb says, “To protect your rivers, protect your mountains.” See an animation based on this figure at CengageNOW.
Forest sector dynamics: lessons for marine resources? Two related, but distinct, issues Deforestation: conversion of forests to other land uses Depletion: harvesting more timber than grows Global deforestation Between 1990 and 2000, 94 million hectares of forest were lost About two Californias ...
Deforestation Problems Facing Planet Earth What is the issue? Deforestation: Talk with your group. What do you think this means? The loss of large areas of forest.
Deforestation through the years Scientists say the rate of deforestation will continue for the next 10 to 15 years, then there won’t be enough forest left to sustain the cutting. What happens when forests are destroyed?
Deforestation Converting forests for agriculture & tree farms Forest Background The area of the world's forests, including natural forests and plantations, was about 3.5 billion ha in 1995 Source: UNITED NATIONS STATE OF THE FORESTS REPORT (SOFO - 1997) This is 26.6 percent of the total land ...
UNFCCC Workshop on Reducing GHG Emissions from Deforestation in Developing Countries Rome, 29 August – 1 September What is ? Grupo Latino Americano de Discusión Sobre Bosques y Cambio Climático – Latin American Discussion Group on LULUCF and Climate Change GLAD-CC is an informal ...
DEFORESTATION CASE STUDY 2: DEFORESTATION WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS? Both MEDCs (temperate) and LEDCs (tropical) are removing large quantities of trees The main temperate forests are in North America and Northern Eurasia The main tropical or equatorial rainforests are in S. America ...
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Figure 15-6: Deforestation and Population Growth Source: World Resources Institute, 1987, p. 272; United Nation, 2001. Figure 15-7: Global Demand for Wood and Paper Products Global Demand for Wood and Paper Products Source: Worldwatch Institute Database, 1999.
Complex Many underlying social problems giving impetus to deforestation: > over-consumption in industrialized countries > foreign debt > poverty > unequal ownership of land > overpopulation Deforestation WHAT CAN BE DONE? 1. The need to ...
Deforestation Global Warming – Natural disasters, sea level rising Lack of natural resources Lack of freshwater Pollution Diseases India and United States may differ in demographics, etc. but the growing populations both result in similar environmental impacts. [H] ...
... Harvesting Trees Sustainable Forestry Pathogens Fire Forest Resources and Management in the United States Tropical Deforestation Degradation of Tropical Forests Reducing Tropical Deforestation The Fuelwood Crisis Managing and Sustaining National Parks Establishing, ...
Discuss tropical deforestation and its causes. Explain swidden agriculture in your discussion. 5. What are the BLM and USFS? What policies have they had in place that are harmful to U.S. ecosystems. Explain. ...