Greenhouse Effect and Other Results of Deforestation
Greenhouse effect is the result of the outflow of radiative energy into the atmosphere and its absorption by gases. As a result of this effect, the temperature in the region of this reaction increases to uncertain and sometimes uncontrollable levels. When we talk about greenhouse effect, we start to think about global warming and its impact on the nature.
The process of deforestation that destroys unique environments in many regions of our planet is also one of the most serious problems. It affects millions of live creatures and plants by changing geographical and climate conditions of their natural vegetation and habitat. Very often the attention of the deforestation topic is biased to rainforests, as this vegetation is the richest in terms of millions of known and unknown species living there. Deforestation caused tremendously destructive effect on these creatures and many of them are now extinct or on the edge of extinction as a result of the deforestation and greenhouse effect as such. Human intervention into the natural flow causes significant effect on the other living creatures that cannot protect themselves and isolate from the influence of humans’ activities.
The lack of biodiversity is the result of commercial value that people also see in timber. Rainforests have become victims of this type of commerce already a long time ago and, in spite of the fact that the size of rainforest is very significant, today we can evidence disastrous effect that personal interests and mercantilism have on its biodiversity.
Another important effect that deforestation creates on the nature is rise of...