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.
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
Land degradation leads to a significant reduction of the productive capacity of
land. Human activities contributing to land degradation include unsustainable ...
Land degradation will remain an important global issue for the 21st century
because of its adverse impact on agronomic productivity, the environment, and its
And degraded lands are also often less able to hold onto water, which can
worsen ... soil degradation and erosion and the loss of valuable land to
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 ...
Long-term Effects of Pine Plantations on Soil Quality in Southern Spain.
Francisco J. Martín-Peinado, Francisco Bruno Navarro, Maria Noelia Jiménez,
Read this article to learn about the meaning, factors responsible, prevention and
control measures of land degradation: The change in the characteristic and ...
The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) was
established in efforts to halt land degradation in 1994. Despite the twenty-year-.
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,