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1, Deforestation is destroying large areas of tropical rain forest.
2, Unlike acid rain or deforestation, global warming has no visible manifestation .
3, As the pace of deforestation picked up, the area of land covered by dense forest declined considerably.
4, Overgrazing by sheep and goats contributed to the deforestation.
5, Environmentalists warn that deforestation of this critical watershed area could have disastrous consequences for downstream regions.
6, But deforestation in the Himalayas has played a key part.
7, Of particular importance is the effect that deforestation has on tropical soils.
8, Last year, the rate of deforestation in the Amazon declined by almost 30 percent.
9, Deforestation has been shown to cause floods and drought.
10, Widespread deforestation to make way for ski slopes has eroded topsoil, increasing the incidence of avalanches.
11, Not only is the extent of deforestation variable but the reasons why it is occurring also vary from region to region.
12, Agriculture, deforestation and the other secondary sources of greenhouse gases are critical to many.
13, Global environmental problems, such as deforestation and ozone depletion, should be tackled through inter-governmental agreements, rather than unilateral action.
14, Their data indicate that serious deforestation was occurring more than 200 years ago and was most severe between 1890 and 1930.
15, Further large-scale deforestation is occurring in response to government-sanctioned development projects,[http://sentencedict.com/deforestation.html] many of which involve cash cropping and ranching.
16, Deforestation and habitat destruction to build villages and plantations are the main culprits behind the mangabey's decline in Ghana and Ivory Coast, according to the Smithsonian's National Zoo.
17, Deforestation follows a Kuznets curve, too.
18, Some parts of tropical America have seen over 70% deforestation.
19, The land is severely eroded as a result of widespread deforestation and intensive farming.
20, In addition high usage of wood for fuel is a major cause of deforestation accounting for 75% of 1983 energy consumption.
21, The authors also predict an increase in violent storms, fires, landslides and avalanches in the Alpine region as well as widespread deforestation.
22, Like most of the forest species, it is threatened by deforestation and hunting.
23, Some gains are clearly possible but not without high investments, accelerated deforestation, and land degradation.
24, This was causing concern over a possible acceleration in deforestation in the region as a whole.
25, It also provides for increased penalties for dumping oil at sea, and for fortnightly satellite monitoring of deforestation.
26, The Act was hurriedly drawn up in response to quickening deforestation which included new roads being driven into virgin wilderness.
27, Most of the world's oil palm is grown on giant plantations in Malaysia and Indonesia, where campaigners have documented continuing deforestation to meet growing world demand.
28, Mennonite and other large landowners this week defended the deforestation, arguing that it created jobs.
29, As in much of Africa, in Malawi homes an open wood fire is a common sight; yet they burn wastefully, exacerbating deforestation problems and contributing to global warming.
30, One percent of Brazil's total forest cover is being lost every year to deforestation.
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