What Are the Effects of Overgrazing?

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The major impact of overgrazing is desertification. When a piece of land is overgrazed, the nutritional capacity of that piece of land is reduced, thus its inability to sustain plant life. The absence of plant life exposes the soil to various agents of erosion slowly turning the piece of land infertile.
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Overgrazing removes, damages or reduces the amount of vegetation (grass, scrub or small shrubs) that are growing on an area. The by reducing or removing the vegetation the soil temperatures
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Do you see the Sahara Desert? Look it up on a map. It's about the size of the United States. That all used to be fertile land until it was overgrazed. that's the short and long term
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Effect is basically what the outcome of something is after something has happened. In other words, if you walk on a buttered floor, you will slip and fall. The fall is the effect.
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