According to The World Counts, “70% of our world’s plant and animal species live in forests,” and when deforestation happens, animals lose their habitats. When animals lose their habitat (Anadiplosis), they are not accustomed to their new surroundings and could potentially go extinct. Species depend on forests to survive and when the forests are cut down, the animals have nothing left. Forests are heavily depended on for resources and ways of life. The Pachamama Alliance Organization claims that, “the tropical rainforests of South America are responsible for 20% of earth’s oxygen.” This proves the earth relies greatly on forests and may suffer consequences because of the speedy rate trees are being cut
Rainforests are the last location for animals that are rapidly disappearing out of existence. Destroying them is destroying non-human lives, which means this action is a very anthropocentric view. Anthropocentric means a human view, where we only think of what is benefiting ourselves but not other species. If this continues out grandchildren may not even be able to visit the Amazon. Without rainforests, humans would be facing filthy air, lifeless soil and chronic droughts that would lead to wars over the little fresh water that was left.
Global Warming is another huge threat to this biome. This threat is also getting progressively worse because of the deforestation. Deforestation is causing temperature changes, the lossage of the process of photosynthesis, and the shelters of many animals homes. Flooding in the tropical rainforest is not a major concern but it can sometimes be a threat. Although they normally are very common.
The people of Iron town are not wealthy; rather, they are an independent collective barely able to maintain their lifestyle due to their economic reliance on the outside for supplies and their constant conflicts with the creatures of the forest. If they don 't mine that mountain, which requires deforestation, they are either going to starve to death or they are going to be taken over by a lord who is undoubtedly going to be less kind and permissive than Eboshi
Also, even if they tried to renew their resources, the demand rate was increasing so much, they would have never been able to save the ecosystem. “While the hauhau tree did not become extinct in Polynesian times, its numbers declined drastically until there weren’t enough left to make ropes from” as stated in Easter’s End. Another similarity was that most of the species in these environments had depended on these trees and plants for survival and shelter. Since the resources were being used at such an alarming rate the animals would become extinct over time because the loss of all their sources of food and shelter. Easter’s End states “The destruction of the island’s animals was as extreme as that of the forest: without exception, every species of native land bird became extinct.” The final similarity I found was that both places were very rich,fertile and filled with abundance amounts of resources.
People will not take good care of them because they get to big and their owners get scared and release them into the wild where there is already other animals habitats without thinking there is other ways you can get rid of your invasive pet. The second reason is, Certain plant rely on animals to keep them alive in their environment in which they live in. If you take the animal away from its original environment it could affect plants that rely on that animal and could cause the animal that went to its new environment to cause it to scare an animal away that had a plant that relied on that animal. or the new animal could eat the plant that the other animal relied on.My third and final reason is, The invasive species multiply and take over the environment causing corruption and harm.The animals take over other animals habitats causing the ecosystem to change which is not a good thing. Some of the animals that are brought here could have the same similar habitat that the native animals have and could scare the native animals out of their original habitat.Since the animals ruin the environment people should not release the non native animals.
Biomes and Ecosystems are a huge part of the world. Without them animals would have to adapt to the landscapes or die. Humans are not helping animals as the need for more products is growing. This means that deforestation is becoming a big problem and causing animals to leave their biome and look for a new one to adapt to. Biomes are different to ecosystems because a biome is an area of land that is classified depending on the animals that live in it.
These wild forest fires destroy many habitats that belong to the Amur Leopards as well as other african animals. With no habitat left, these animals are forced to relocated in other unfamiliar areas they have to adapt to. In some cases, habitats become very limited and animals compete with one another for a place to sleep at night. In other cases, the Amur leopards cannot adapt to the unfamiliar areas they re-located to. For example, food can become very scarce during the summer when a forest fire occurs (Amur Leopard).
Decline of species can cause a declining slope for the food chain regulation, predators will have no prey and will eventually starve. Species help regulate the ecosystem and a decline in species can lead to a decline or reproduction in the ecosystem. To avoid the effects of acid rain, an implementation to reduce consumption of fossil fuels should be administered. To reduce the effects of acid rain, there must be a reduction on the amount of pollutants we directly emit into the air. Air pollution is the root cause of acid rain, and with power plants releasing massive amounts of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides when fossil fuels are burned, we are adding more flame to the effects of acid rain.
Such practices have a negative effect on proper management of natural forest resources and ultimately the land is easily degraded (Asefa 1994). These factors adversely affected natural resources; particularly native forests Deforestation continues to cause environmental degradation in the form of land and water resources degradation as well as loss of native tree species. 2.4 Major Cause of Deforestation Deforestation is caused by what human beings do to the forests and can be accentuated by drought. Generally deforestation occurs when people clear forest for their personal need such as, for fuel, hunting, when they need the land to grow and harvest crops, for building houses, and at times because of religion beliefs (Sucoff, 2003).