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Land degradation

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Land degradation is a process in which the value of the biophysical environment is affected by a combination of human-induced processes acting upon the land.

Natural Resources and Environment: Land Degradation Assessment

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Land degradation: is the reduction in the capacity of the land to provide ecosystem goods and services and assure its functions over a period of time for the ...

Land Degradation: An overview | NRCS Soils

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Land degradation will remain an important global issue for the 21st century because of its adverse impact on agronomic productivity, the environment, and its  ...

Land Degradation - UNEP

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Land degradation leads to a significant reduction of the productive capacity of land. Human activities contributing to land degradation include unsustainable ...

Land Degradation

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Land degradation is defined as the long-term loss of ecosystem function and ... The CCD defines desertification as land degradation in arid, semi-arid, and dry ...

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I. What is land degradation and how much agricultural land is ...

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Land degradation caused by agriculture takes many forms and has many causes. Some of the most important types of land degradation (and those that we will ...

Farming: Soil erosion and degradation | WWF

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Erosion due to soy production, for example, sees Brazil lose 55 million tons of topsoil every year.<sup>1</sup> This leads to reduced soil fertility and degraded land.

Land Degradation: Meaning, Causes and Prevention of Land ...

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Read this article to learn about the meaning, factors responsible, prevention and control measures of land degradation: The change in the characteristic and ...

Zero Net LaNd degradatioN - UNCCD

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Zero Net LaNd degradatioN. A Sustainable Development Goal for Rio+20. To secure the contribution of our planet's land and soil to sustainable development,  ...

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WHO | Land degradation and desertification

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Land degradation has accelerated during the 20th century due to increasing and combined pressures of agricultural and livestock production (over-cultivation, ...

Land Degradation | Global Environment Facility

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Main issues Land degradation refers to any form of deterioration of the land that affects the integrity of the ecosystem. It encompass both a reduction of its ...

Land Degradation & Development - Wiley Online Library

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Soil Moisture Variations with Land use along The Precipitation Gradient in the North-South Transect of the Loess Plateau. Cong Wang, Shuai Wang, Bojie Fu, ...