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Deforestation in Brazil

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Amazon Rain Forest in Brazil
Deforestation

Deforestation (In Brazil)
Forests being cut down by soybean producers, loggers, and cattle ranchers to make human resources
Often done illegally


selective harvesting
tree farms- reforest
limit amount of deforestation
DETER- System for detection of illegal deforestation
How Deforestation Affects the Carbon Cycle:
consume huge amount of the world’s Carbon Dioxide and release Oxygen in return
trees cut down less trees there are less amount of Carbon Dioxide that is produced produced gets taken out of the atmosphere by those trees and less oxygen put back in


rainforest next to Amazon river
Brazil is home to 60% of earths amazon rainforest
home to more species than any other land ecosystem
lungs of our planet
absorbs 65% of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
average temperature of 80 degrees

Ways This Has Altered the Natural System:
What Is the Amazon Rainforest?
figure #1: Soy Field

loss of homes for animals and indigenous people
floods and changes in climate
affects many life webs
The Golden Lion Tamarin:
mainly live in trees (reason why affected by deforestation)
endangered species
its mane is very much valued
secondary consumer
Producers- trees,
shrubs and
other plants
Sun
Primary Consumers-
Butterfly, and other insects

Secondary Consumers-
Macaw,
Golden Lion Tamarin,
Agouti, Tapir, Sloth, Toucan
Decomposers-Mushrooms, Insects,
Microorganisms
Figure #2: Trophic Pyramid
Problems Caused:
http://www.livescience.com/27692-deforestation.html
Climate Change
http://www.exploringnature.org/db/detail.php?dbID=2&detID=1220
Tertiary Consumers-
Jaguar, Boa Constrictor
Adaptations of the Golden Lion Tamarin:
sleeps in trees to stay away from predators
long and narrow hands used to probe for insects hiding under tree bark or under leaves and such
Possible resolution:
http://www.8thingstodo.com/amazon-rainforest-animals-an-embodiment-of-earths-living-variety/golden_lion_tamarin
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_lion_tamarin
compete for food
compete for territory in trees
Competition Between the Golden Lion Tamarin and the Spider Monkey
.flickr.com/photos/radianman/5132178382/
By. Nicole Pugh
http://www.brazilmycountry.com/brazil-tours/
Works Cited:
http://library.thinkquest.org/28343/abiocycl.html
Figure #3:

figure #4:
figure #5
http://www.natgeocreative.com/photography/1150891
Biotic
Abiotic
animals
plants
fungi
microorganisms
water
air
soil
natural disaster
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