Tropical Rainforest Research Paper

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Deforestation is the total annihilation of forests in order to make the area open for other uses. Methods of deforestation are burning trees faster than the tree can grow back, leaving the area without the resources needed day to day like firewood for cooking. These maneuvers leave the land completely infertile and are contentious practices. They use, deforestation for many things such as fuel, making land for homes and oil. We need trees to absorb rainfall to help with pollution in the water we also need trees to assist with the growth of crops and avoid soil erosion.

Slash and burn agriculture involves cutting down an area of trees, burning them and using the area to grow crops. The ash from the burned trees provides certain nourishment for the plants and leaving the land free of weeds. When the soil becomes less unhealthy and unwanted plant begins to
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The plants of the rainforest turns carbon dioxide into H2O(oxygen) which is vital to both human and the inhabits of the rainforest. Most of the animals depend on each other to survive in the rainforest. The biodiversity of the rainforest ensures natural sustainability for all life forms.
The importance of the rainforest to humans, it serves as a protectant to the nutrients in the soil the trees and plants maintain the soil quality. The rainforest helps maintain and regulate the continuous recycling of water that filter to the rivers, and lakes without this it would be more droughts, it supports air quality and helps trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce H2O. It also provides wood, fiber and fuel and it is also important to indigenous communities supplying fresh water, wild foods,wild fisheries and wood for fire and building. People who live near the rainforest also hold a somewhat cultrue or spiritual bond giving them a sense of
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