Definition of Forest Denudation?


Forest denudation is a term used to describe stripping a forest of vital ingredients used to keep trees and other plants in the forest alive and functioning. Forest denudation is commonly done by lumberjacks, and farmers who cut down trees to use their wood, or to clear an area of land. Forest denudation also occurs naturally by natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, and forest fires. Denudation comes from the word denude, meaning to make bare or strip.
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