SOIL EROSION
Updated: 6/23/2020
SOIL EROSION
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  • I'm so excited dad that you took me to that safari tour
  • Ya Ahmed , its such a great place with the exception of erosion.
  • Soil erosion go beyond the loss of fertile land
  • what is that dad, and how it could affect us?
  • that might affect our good time in future!! but there must be a way to control
  • Soil erosion is the displacement of the upper layer of soil; it is a form of soil degradation. The three main forces that cause erosion are water, wind, and ice. Water is the main cause of erosion on Earth.
  • so, dad is there a way that we can control this?? I'm worried for our future !!
  • Sure son; there are many ways to prevent and reduce desertification.
  • It has led to increased pollution and sedimentation in streams and rivers,
  • look to these people, they are planting trees.
  • WAAAW. i think every one should do the same.
  • The effects of soil erosion can be felt on-site, meaning at the site of soil disruption, because soil quality is reduced.
  • Dad was right; Look at how those trees turned a desert into a beautiful green place in just a few short years
  • Planting more trees - the roots of trees hold the soil together and help to reduce soil erosion. Also, Improving the quality of the soil - this can be managed by encouraging people to reduce the number of grazing animals they have and grow crops instead.
  • Planting lines of trees to create shelter prevents soil erosion. Rows of such trees are called shelter belts. These shelter belts have contributed significantly to the stabilization of sand dunes.
  • After few years, trees planted with all of those who tired there best; turned the desert to a lovely greenery place for us and for our future generation.
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