Deforestation

Usage Drone in Forests and Agriculture

A drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or uncrewed aerial vehicle that flies without a human pilot onboard. The word DRONE stands for “Dynamic Remotely Operated Navigation Equipment”. It is capable of controlled, sustained level flight and is powered by a jet. Birth of unmanned aerial vehicle happened when Archibald Low developed Ruston Proctor Aerial Target used as a guided weapon during World War I (Newcome, 2004). During the initial periods, UAVs were mainly used for militar…


Digital Divide and Empowerment of Farm Women

Women are the major workforce of agriculture production system in India. They participate and play a key role in a broad range of agricultural activities such as production, processing, preservation and utilization of food. Even though women constitute almost half of the workforce engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry, their involvement in decision, is very load. The right of women has been largely overlooked and in many instances their circumstance is little higher than that of farm labo…


Hazard of Aircraft and Bird Strike

 What is a bird strike Bird strike is a collision of bird or bat with an airborne vehicle such as an aircraft. Usually, a bird strike is fatal to bird and it causes damages to aircraft structures. The area of high possibility to get a bird strike is radome, windscreen, fuselage section, wing leading edge and, engine inlet area. Ingestion of a bird into an aircraft engine will cause the engine to shut down abruptly. This will cause the aircraft to suffer some power loss and loss of li…


Soil Erosion at Tshakhuma

AIM To identify degraded sites that need to be treated and to provide a guideline for practical and cost effective methods that can be used to combat each type of soil erosion. OBJECTIVES   To identify causes of soil erosion To improve water retention in the soil To reduce the effects of raindrops splash erosion on exposed soil surface LITERATURE Soil erosion is a process that involves wearing away if topsoil. The process involves loosening of the soil part…


The Balance of Carbon Dioxide

INTRODUCTION : The term carbon impression is classified as the collective sum of the ozone diminishing substances delivered either in a roundabout or the straightforward way boost human exercises, which are normally, communicated in identical huge amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2). By the end of the day: When a person drives a vehicle, so that vehicle or motor consumes the fuel and that contributes in the specific measure of CO2, depending upon the motor’s fuel consumption and the drivin…


Formation of Crude Oil and Discovery in India

Abstract The economic world today is largely dependent on fossil fuels, particularly crude oil (often known as petroleum). It refers to naturally occurring oil that is produced from hydrocarbons and other substances present in small quantities. It can be found underneath the crust of the earth trapped between the layers of impervious rocks, along with natural gas and water. There have been numerous theories surrounding the formation of crude oil, of which the Organic Theory is most commonl…


Carson National Forest Plan Revision

Carson National Forest is currently in the process of revising its existing 1986 Forest Plan under the 2012 Planning Rule for the National Forest System. The forest plan provides strategic direction to guide the management of forest resources as well as a framework for decision-making on site-specific projects and activities. Introduction Carson National Forest (NF) is located in northern New Mexico and contains 1.5 million acres. It is managed by the United States Department of Agricul…


The Benefits and Drawbacks of Globalization

Globalization is the process of operating business activities on an international level.It is the process of interaction among people from various countries in the world through the enlargement of business activities.It is the extension of capital, manpower, technology and information to different countries.It is a process by which economies and cultures have been drawn deeper together and have become more inter-connected through global network of trade , capital flows, and spread of technology…


Role of Agrarian Culture in India Development

Paper in the background of rebellions incorporated new agrarian concepts. Unlike the peasant movements, the tribal movements developed a religious and political overtone. The failure of the first phase of movements had made the tribes look inward. They sought to restructure the entire social system; which became the beginning of revitalisation movements. The leadership of the movements emerged from the ranks of peasants and educated tribals was offered by those outsiders who had gained a footin…


Environmental Issue of Hunting

Small game hunting is past down from generation to generation. Now wouldn’t it be nice to small game hunt year round. The memories that would be made year after year. With hunting year round there would still have to be regulations that would keep things in check. But it would still make hunting exciting. For some hunters year round it’s almost a possibility. A longer hunting season split into four seasons money from the license we purchase year after year. Are a big part of th…


Environmental Problem in Nepal

Nepal is sanctified with colourful culture, charming biodiversity and outstanding mountains. Nevertheless, aside from the general Everest and endangered one-horned rhinoceros of Chitwan National Park, Nepal is also well-known for its mystical and offbeat trekking destinations. The off-the-beaten-path treks are away from the famous trails and promises a ideal combo of a barren region ride in both natural and cultural phase of Nepal. Trekkers can witness the secluded mountain villages of Nepal …


Tourist Potential of Can Gio

 A place with high potential for tourism development. It has both forest and the sea, separated from other lands that make the atmosphere in Can Gio is immaculate, this place is also home to areas with the potential to develop sightseeing for visitors. But now the land is forgotten because transportation is still confusing and has not been correctly invested. This land, thanks to the following factors, gives it the potential to develop the Tourism travel and hospitality industry 1.Natur…


Agricultural Development-Led Industrialization and Deforestation

Agricultural sector has been the priority of Ethiopia since the early 1990s, when the Agricultural Development-Led Industrialization (ADLI) and related policy frameworks were adopted (FAO, 2014). Share of agriculture fell to 34.9 percent in 2017/18 from 36.3 percent during the same period (NBE, 2018). Despite its declining contribution to GDP over the years, agriculture remains the leading sector in terms of contribution to the country’s overall economy. It is a major source of food for d…


Deforestation and Social Building

As per Kaspersky Lab, the vast majority of breaks in cloud-based registering is brought about by social building. With cloud-based processing being the new innovation that numerous organizations are moving to or fusing into their current systems, it is significant for a security professional to comprehend social building. Understanding social building and how to stop it will help a security specialist protect his/her system from being undermined by human mistake. There are various ways social s…


Importance of Cartography Science

To begin with, I would like to say that the map serves as a communication system. This is due to the fact that for a map to serve as a communication system, it should be able to meet and satisfy the requirements of a communication system which is in a systematic order. thus the source which is the real world where the details of the map was gathered and the cartographic concept of it for example population distributions and its followed by a channel where the user will be able to access the det…


Stihl Timber Sports Company

Stihl is a manufacturer of many power tools; they began in 1920’s when founder Andereas Stihl saw people in the forest cutting down trees and chopping them up with axes so they can haul them to trailer to be distributed. In 1926 Stihl developed the first two-person chainsaw, although it was electric, it increased the production for all forestry workers. Since then Stihl has grown and has representatives in over one-hundred and sixty countries and has made life easier for everyone in the f…


Unsupervised Outlier Detection Methods

Could be satellites, imaging artifacts, interacting galaxies, lensed objects or other unexpected entities. Machine learning is broadly split into supervised and unsupervised algorithms. Supervised algorithms deal with labelled data. In the context of outlier detection this requires a dataset where the outliers are known beforehand so a model can be generated to detect outliers in novel data. We do not have this information, and as a result are forced to use unsupervised algorithms.  The…


Flood in Keraland and It`s Impact on Human Life

ABSTRACS: A disaster is a serious disruption occurring over a short or long period of time that causes widespread human, material, economic or environmental loss which exceeds the ability of the affected community or society to cope using its own resources. Disaster generally divided in to two parts it means Natural and Man-made disaster. Both are dangerous to human and also animal life. Therefore the main purpose of this study is to focus on the impact of disaster on human and also anima…


Population and Nature of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is my home. I and my family live in the tropical rainforests of Colombo, located in southwest Sri Lanka and is the country’s most populated city. I have relatives across Sri Lanka as well. Some found home in North, North Central, and Eastern part, while the other members preferred to stay in mountain altitudes. Well, others could say that our place is kind of different from where my other relatives are. Our place is called a “wet zone”, because among all the islands …


Biological Diversity in Asian and Pacific States

This paper highlights on the integration of local knowledge/practice for environmental conservation. Different regional /international modern conferences are being held for world’s environment conservation. Since Stockholm Conference in 1972, several important events have been organized till now for environmental issues. Many Asian and Pacific States have ratified several Conventions on Biological Diversity. But today, the world’s vulnerable environment is challenging those differen…


Danger of Increasing Deforestation Issue

The total coverage of forests on the earth’s landmass is 30 percent and the fact the people are destroying them is worrying. Research reveals that majority of the tropical forests on earth are being destroyed. We are almost at half the forest landmass in destruction. How would earth look life without forests? It will be a total disaster if deforestation is encouraged. Deforestation is a human act in which forests are permanently destroyed in order to create settlement area and use the tre…


Condition of Natural Disasters

Climate change is known as the rise in average temperature of Earth. It is the result of human activities like burning of fossil fuels such as oil and coal that releases greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Other human activities, such as agriculture and deforestation, also contribute to the proliferation of greenhouse gases that cause climate change. As the world's air warms up, it gathers, holds, and drops more water, changing climate examples and making wet territories wetter and dry regi…


The Destruction of Environment in Novel `Feed`

Feed is a satirical novel set in a dystopian future where MT Anderson offers a thought provoking and scathing indictment that may prod readers to examine the more sinister possibilities of corporate and media dominated culture. Anderson draws parallels between our society and that of the Feed’s to bring light to recklessness and warn readers of what must be improved if humanity is to survive. He achieves this by juxtaposing the two main characters in the novel, Titus and Violet and explor…


The Indian Silk Industry

Sericulture, the technique of rearing silkworms (Bombyx Mori or silk moth) for manufacturing of silk is an important agro-based activity of primary sector which is practised in a variety of agro-climatic zones such as hilly & rugged terrains, forest-based terrains etc. But thanks to a lot of scientific progress and technological improvements up to the current era, this technique can now be practised on a wide regional scale and all of this has been possible through investment of time and ex…


Contribution of Timber Export on the Economic Growth

Theoretical of Export The important representative of export -base idea was once Douglas C. North (born 1920) who in the 1950s refused gradualist theories of r egional development, which advocated a gradual switch between primitive forms of the economic system to developed forms, and superior that the key role in the improvement of man or woman areas in the USA was performed by way of the demand for the merchandi se which could be pr oduced regionally in the place Blazek ( 2008). The pri…


The German Primate Center and Deforestation

1.Introduction The German Primate Center (DPZ), was founded in 1977 as an independent research institute with a service character for German science in Göttingen. The center conducts biological and biomedical research on non-human primates in three main research topics; Infection Research, Neuroscience, and Primate Biology. Research in the Primate Genetics covers studying the immune function of lymphocytes, investigate the biological diversity in different ecosystems, and reconstruct …


Impact of Deforestation on Flooding

Factors Responsible For Flooding On Transportation Landuse Redd (2012) identified the following factors as the causes of flooding: Flooding occurs when a river bursts its banks and overflows onto the surrounding land. There are many factors which can cause a flood. There are natural phenomenon and human activities in his environment (Redd 2012):.   Natural Phenomenon Prolonged rainfall - if it rains for a long time, the land around a river can become saturated (it\'s hol…


Deforestation: Amazon Forest Issue

Amazon forest is located in Brazil, covering approx 5.56 million square kilometres. It is called the lungs of the planet which provides 20% of our oxygen. Recently there was a huge fire in the Amazon forest during 15 august to 22 august 2019. So what really caused the Amazon fire forest? The slash and burn has been a regular practice around the world and especially in Amazon. Slash and burn is a practice in which farmers cut down trees at the end of the dry season and then burn them right. Thi…


Causes of Deforestation: Environment Pollution

Ecological contamination is characterized as the defilement of the physical and organic segments of the earth/air framework to such an expand, that ordinary natural procedures are unfavourably influenced. Environmental defilement is one of the most significant issues going up against humanity and other life shapes on our planet today. Biological tainting is described as "the debasement of the physical and natural portions of the earth/atmosphere system to such an extent, that custom…


The Indian Himalayan and Surrounding

The Union territory of India, Jammu & Kashmir, located Northwards of the Indian subcontinent, is girdled by a number of Himalayan ranges, that route in a west-northwest to east-southeast direction all through the locale. The UT shares its margins with the abutting Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab on the south and has international borders with Pakistan in the west and China in the east. The stretch is famous far and wide for it′s mesmerizing mountainous serene, refreshing …


Diversity of Nature in Nepal

Nepal is the most naturally diverse country. The word ‘Himalaya’ is attached to our name, when we talk about the natural beauty of Nepal. Of course, we start with the country of The tallest Mount Everest; but all that takes over the entire discussion is this topic- natural and geographical diversity of Nepal. Well no? In fact we can say Nepal and diversity are like bones and fish. The substantial influence of the natural diversities has always fascinated many people including us our…


Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave Underneath the historic state of Kentucky, a hidden gem can be found. It is the Mammoth Cave, the longest cave in the world. The name “mammoth” actually comes from the size of the cave, rather than the prehistoric elephant-like mammal. History This cave has a long history. Geologist estimate that the Mammoth Cave began forming around 10 million years ago. But, it is believed that Indigenous Americans first discovered it 4,000 years ago, they explored and min…


Urban Planning in Istanbul

 Urban Planning (Irem Dede, Berend Iscı) Urban planning is a technical and political process concerned with the control of the use of land and design of the urban environment, including transportation networks, to guide and ensure the orderly development of settlements and communities. History of Istanbul with Urban Planning (1923-1945) Istanbul is under the influence of different cultures, it has been enriched, so it has a lot of developed archaeological sites and reflected t…


A Report on Deforestation Mitigation Strategies

Tropical rainforests cover approximately thirty percent of the earth's land area, around 2.5 million square miles, the size of the lower 48 states, despite the fact 80,000 acres (32,000) hectares are destroyed per day for economic reasons. Tropical rainforests are biodiversity hotspots. Rainforests are carbon sinks absorbing about half the carbon dioxide humans release into the atmosphere. Continued deforestation will affect the entire world with the ecological ramifications of species exti…


A Look at the Harm and Benefits of Deforestation

At the close of the twentieth century, there are approximately 3.5 billion hectares of forests in the world, representing 27 per cent of land use. Of this total forest area, 2 billion hectares are found in developing countries, mostly in the tropical and sub-tropical regions. Although the original forest area is not known precisely, it is estimated that the world has lost approximately 40 per cent of the original forest area of 6 billion hectares over the last 8,000 years. Most of the loss in f…


A Discussion on the Issue of Deforestation in Canada

Issue There are approximately 2,000 million hectares of tropical forests in the world. Deforestation is happening all over the world, even in Canada. We may not notice it, but it's still here. Many hectares are constantly being converted to other land uses, mostly for agricultural uses. Several types of deforestation occur from "slash and burn" farmers, commercial farmers, ranchers, loggers, firewood collectors, industrial developers and much more. Forests are very import…


A Discussion on the Issue of Deforestation in America

The equivalent of thirty-six football fields of forests are being cut down every minute. At that rate, twelve to fifteen million hectares of forest are lost annually. These stats occur because of the process known as deforestation, one of mankind's most infamous processes. The earth's forests supply the air mammals breathe, provide a home for a variety of species in the animal kingdom, and clean the harmful chemicals, such as carbon dioxide, out of the air in an efficient and safe …


A Discussion on the Deforestation of Amazon in Brazil

Dear Angry Brazilian I am writing this letter as a response to the letter you sent to my magazine saying that the world (England I particular) should keep out of the affairs of Brazil. Saying that the deforestation of the Amazon has nothing to do with the rest of the world. Well i would like to inform you that you are completely ignorant of the facts if you believe this to be true. In this letter I will inform you of all the things you have wrong and explain that you canâ€TMt justify…


Сommunity Participation in Forest Management

Forest has been defined as an area with a high density of trees. These plant communities cover large areas of the globe and function as carbon dioxide sinks, animal habitats, hydrologic flow modulators, and soil conservers, constituting one of the most important aspects of our biosphere . Forests are the storehouse of natural resources, without which the very sustenance of the human population would be under threat. Yet forests have been the first to bear the brunt of civilization. The growi…


Impact of Environmental Change on Deforestation

Environmental change has been perceived as the chief natural issue of the twenty-first century and has gotten a subject of impressive discussion. It is anticipated to prompt antagonistic, irreversible effects oil earth and the biological system in general. In spite of the fact that it is hard to interface explicit climate occasions to a dangerous atmospheric increments in worldwide temperatures have been anticipated to cause more extensive changes, including frigid retreat, cold shrinkage, and …


Causes, Impact and Solution of Soil Erosion

INTRODUCTION Soil erosion is a process that involves wearing away if topsoil. The process involves loosening of the soil particles, blowing or washing away of the soil particles and ends up in the valley and faraway lands or washed away oceans by rivers and streams. Soil erosion is a natural process which has increasingly has been exacerbated by human activities such as agriculture and deforestation. Erosion, it is whether by water, wind or tillage involves three distinct action soil detachm…


Hazard of Human Activity

Human behaviours is a key threat to conservation, this has contributed to habitat loss through deforestation, conurbations among others, climate change by causing changes in Earth’s atmosphere in the amounts of greenhouse gases and aerosols (small particles). The largest known contribution comes from the burning of fossil fuels, which releases carbon dioxide gas to the atmosphere. Human behaviour is due to underlying cognitive, emotional and physiological processes. Its concepts like acti…


Deforestation Issue in Nepal

Nepal is most naturally diverse country. Nepal is rich in natural beauty and natural destination with innumerable gifts of nature which attracts over a million tourists each year. The word ‘Himalaya’ is attached to our name when we talk about the natural beauty of Nepal. Of course, we start with the country of the tallest ‘Mount Everest' but all that takes over the entire discussion is this topic- natural and geographical diversity of Nepal. We can say Nepal and diversity …


Reflection on Samsara by Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson

In this report, I present an analysis of the film Samsara, directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson. Samsara was released on August 31st, 2012, and was filmed over five years in twenty-five countries on five continents. This is a film without descriptive text and no narrator is explaining the places and sequences of the film, but it comes through loud and clear with all the eye-popping and stunning national geographic images about people, different places, structures, and religious …


A Description of Deforestation When the Portuguese Landed in Brazil 500 Years Ago

When the Portuguese landed in Brazil 500 years ago the sight that greeted them was of a huge rain forest, which then ran along much of Brazil's Atlantic coast. In more recent times, there has been an outcry over the destruction of the much larger Amazon forest. But its devastation is nothing compared to Brazil's Atlantic forest. About 86% of Brazil's Amazon forest is still intact but only about 7% of the Atlantic forest remains. In this paper, I will explain why the Atlantic forest …


Rising Problem of Global Deforestation and Measures to Be Taken

Deforestation is one of the most significant issues of our time; considerable measures must be taken to prevent further pillaging of our unique forest resource. Ninety percent of the earthis trees between three and four hundred years old have been cut down. The remaining ten percent is all we will ever have (Gallant, 97). The definition of deforestation by the Random House Dictionary of the English Language is "to divest or clear of forests or trees.) Deforestation is one of the most …


Problem and Danger of Deforestication

There is no doubt that there was a rise in disease concern in the end of the year 2019 and the beginning of 2020. The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 has brought about the thoughts of what “how did this virus begin?”. As taught in the class ANP 360, the virus started in a “wet market” which will be described later within this paper, but will we ever really know what started it? Probably not. Coronavirus is not the only virus/disease that has originated from a wild an…


Developing Agriculture and Deforestication

  After the technologized the field farmers are able to do their farming easily and had a good product. With the invention of agricultural machine, manpower which is used for farming became less than before and doing work more efficiently. Current mechanized agriculture includes the use of tractors, trucks, combine harvesters, countless types of farm implements, aero planes and helicopters and other vehicles. There are some innovations in water supply such as solar water pump micro spri…


Description of Analyze Researches of the Land Use

Research study was conducted by Qiongfang et al., (2013) to simulate the effect of the land use change on water quantity in the upper Huaihe River basin in China. Study was done by soil and water assessment tool (SWAT) and land use map of catchment area of 10190 km2 within three-time phase 1980s, 1990s and 2000s and daily rainfall details from 1980 to 2008 were used. Evapotranspiration calculated by Penman Monteith method. Result indicated with in same condition of terrain slope, soil texture a…


Different Methods Usage in Land Analyzation

By land use analyzation one of the major finding was in the Manali and Kurumali catchment there were 60% and 32% change in forest area respectively. Mostly these changed area had substituted into agricultural land mainly for Rubber cultivation. By further investigation it was established due to the higher evapotranspiration of the Rubber led to reduction of percolation and subsequent reduction in the ground flow component but due to the plantation method of the particular area had led to increm…


Paper Production and Deforestication

Background of study Paper is unquestionably essential to education, printing, publishing and numerous other industries. It is widely used for writing, printing documents, photocopying and remains an essential tool of modern communication (MBendi, 2001). Paper is made from pulp, which is a lignocellulosic fibrous material prepared by chemically or mechanically separating cellulose fibres from wood, fiber crops or waste paper (Aremu, Aperolola and Dabonyan, 2015). Historically, paper was made …


Chemical Industry and Deforestation

PRELIMINARY LITERATURE REVIEW The global pulp and paper industry has long relied on wood plants as its major source of raw materials. However, environmental concerns about tree felling and deforestation, leading to or worsening several existing environmental problems has made it necessary for the industry to find new sources of raw materials. The process of producing pulp and paper from agro wastes has shown some promise to helping solve these problems. CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF AGRO-WASTE…


Flood in India: Assam

Introduction Many of us have this idea that floods (or flooding) are simply, too much water around your house. People think that can be fun. Wrong, flooding is a lot more than that. Flooding is extremely dangerous and has the potential to wipe away an entire city, coastline or area, and cause extensive damage to life and property. It also has great erosive power and can be extremely destructive, even if it is a foot high. It is a natural event or occurrence where a piece of land (or area) th…


Effects and Reason of Deforestation

 Human have consistently rely upon woods to lesser or more noteworthy degree. Woods spread 30% around of the land territory on the Earth (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation) . They help individuals to endure and flourish by giving purging water, air, and furthermore demonstrating employments in the woodlands part. Trees are one of the significant parts of the planet. They are fundamentally imperative to the earth, creatures and individual's life. They are vital and …


Natural and Human Disaster: Forest Fire

We all hear about devastating forest fires on the news, and from time to time we are affected by one in person. Have you ever wondered why fires have become so volatile in recent years? Forest fires have become increasingly dangerous in the past decade due to more factors than you might know. The reason that forest fires have become so dangerous in recent years is due to the lack of forest management leading to the build up of flammable material and rising temperatures coupled with increas…


Forest Efficiency in Climate Change

  In an attempt to study the role that plants play in climate change alleviations are increasing. Most researchers focus on the promise of large,Tropical and equatorial forests in Africa and Latin America and other leafy plantations elsewhere in the world to help remove carbon from the atmosphere; for example in China, India and in the USA This is because, generally speaking, the bigger the plant, the more carbon dioxide is absorbs – and trees are the most obvious large plant spec…


Deforestation: How Biodiversity is Affected

Though many don’t see deforestation as a problem, many tend to neglect the problems at hand. Many animals are going extinct and many are critically endangered.  As said by Reddy Sudhakar, a scientist who a biodiversity project director in India; states that on a grid-based analysis in Telangana India, there are approximately 1095 animals that are extinct. Deforestation is causing a huge impact on the biodiversity in the regions being chopped down. In Jamaica, the impacts of defore…


Is Deforestation a Global Issue

Deforestation is the permanent removal of trees to make room for something besides forest (Derouin, 2019). It is a serious global issue that has caused nearly half of the world’s forest to be lost (Dash H. , 2014). In this research, I will discuss deforestation in Indonesia, but before that I will discuss deforestation in Brazil and Congo.Considered as the lungs of the Earth producing 20% of the world’s oxygen, the Amazon is the world’s largest rainforest (Burke, 2019) and the…


Effect of Deforestation on Society

Merriam Webster Dictionary defines deforestation as “the action or process of clearing of forests.”  Due to the growing global population, the demand for resources is rapidly increasing alongside deforestation. It corresponds to a cycle like process, as population increases the need for product increases, which leads to the increase in deforestation. About 3.5 billion to 7 billion trees are cut down each year (n.p.). This devastation to forest environments endangers countles…