Deforestation And How It Relates To The Lithosphere

What is Deforestation And How Does it Affect the Lithosphere?

Deforestation is the permanent destruction of forests in order to make the land available for other uses. It is this that rips up trees, destroys habitats, and clears land for human needs such as agriculture. There have been laws passed to prevent this and action done to try and stop it, yet it continues to occur. (picture:

As most people should know, the lithosphere is the ridged outer part of the earth which consist of the crust and the upper mantle. It is what everyone is standing and living on. Deforestation relates to the lithosphere because forests grow, replenish, and thrive on this, just as humans do, and then their being cut down to make way for cities, logging, and other things. Everything rest atop the lithosphere, especially nature. People are destroying the lithosphere when they destroy nature. (picture:

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By Catrin Shoaf