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Deforestation

Exit Project
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Anna Tolette

on 16 June 2011

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Transcript of Deforestation

Deforestation Causes Effects What we can do to help What do we use trees for? Shelter Energy Lumber Paper Products How can something go from this: to this? Oxygen What is a tree? Trees have the greatest effect on an ecosystem Thousands of species that are all different Kinds of forests: Amazon rainforest in South America is the largest in the world http://www.schooltube.com/video/7861e7b2d70e937a9524/Dove-Onslaughter What I did Over 100 people commented, liked, and added links to videos and more Natural buffers for wind and rain Landslides Desertification Floods Habitat Destruction Erosion Dry and wet seasons
Generally Warm Climate Warm summers and cold winters
Leafy trees that lose their leaves in the winter
Oak, maple, birch Temperate Deciduous Tropical Deciduous Tropical Rainforest Warm year round
Tons of rain
Very full of life Coniferous Usually cold, snowy climate
Trees in these forests do not lose their leaves
Usually needle trees- also called conifers
The most common conifer is the pine tree Planting Tree Farms Heyy OH haii IM SO SMALL! IM TINY TRY TO FIND ME! Roots keep soil from shifting Reforestation Pollution Farm Land Climate Change Growing Industry Fuel Population Growth Natural Causes Recycling Clean Energy
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