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Why Forest Are Necessary?

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Why Forest Are Necessary?

Postby AlexJohns » Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:35 am

Hello Community,

Forests and trees are a crucial part of life on Earth from maintaining bio diversity and cleaning the air and water, to provide basic human needs and contributing to culture and recreation. I want other views for forest resources and its importance?

Thanks and Regards,
Alex Johns
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Postby yourmother » Fri May 10, 2013 1:46 am

forests have trees, and trees provide oxygen for us to breathe. forests are necessary.
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Postby animartco » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:08 pm

Am I right in saying that per square mile forests give out considerably more oxygen (anyone know how much more?) than any other surface area. This is because of the depth of the vegetation actively photosynthesizing. Light falls off rapidly in water so oxygen production in the sea cannot go very deep. This is why the forests are 'the lungs of the world'. I wonder has any research been done as to whether the depths of the sea are loosing more oxygen? Because this is where the danger of a planetary loss of oxygen would first show up
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Postby qaism123 » Sat Oct 04, 2014 9:06 pm

After all in our modern world where so much organic material is moving backwards and forwards between continents, containment of pest species isn't really an option anyway.
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