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Deforestation - Causes and Effects

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Forests and their Importance

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The results of deforestation is/are:

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Consider the following statements.
(a) By the end of 20century forest cover of India was reduced to 19.4%.
(b) National Forest Policy was implemented in 1988.
(c) Annual production of dry grass or hay in India is about 250 million tonnes.
(d) About 10% of the world's population lives in arid and semiarid regions.
Of these statements

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Deforestation generally decreases 

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Increase in the percentage of fauna and decrease in flora may be dangerous because it enhances

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What are the consequences of deforestation?

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If the forest cover is reduced to half, what is most likely to happen on a long term basis is that tribals living in these areas will starve to death.

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Chipko movement is related to __________.

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Which of the following is associated with the conservation of forests?

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Plants remove carbon in the form of:

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Discuss the effects of deforestation on the following.
(a) Wild animals
(b) Environment
(c) Villages (rural areas)
(d) Cities (urban areas)
(e) Earth
(f) The next generation

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