Global Deforestation Effects On Water Cycle
Global deforestation can result to a number of tormenting consequences, and one of these is the change in water cycle. The green environment holds much of the responsibility in preventing floods, erosions, and other land filled problems. For example, trees seep water in case of heavy rains, thus preventing flood.
Trees also help through the evaporation of excess water back into the environment; they also lessen surface-runoff which helps lessen calamities. Overall, their work for our world remains to be unpaid especially now that global deforestation continues to rise.
As a result, the amount of water on the surface area can be changed by either the absence or the presence of trees. They control water which can be found not only in soil, but the atmosphere and groundwater as well. The ecosystem therefore cannot function with lesser trees on the picture. Thus, man's survival also depends on the capabilities that the ecosystem brings.
The forest truly provides us with much in life, from the air that we breathe, to the water that we consume, and to the food that we eat. If rampant global deforestation and killing would not be put to a stop, it will definitely result to several complex problems.
In one way or another, the denuded green areas will unstoppably backfire at us and human survival can be the next in line to extinction.