Wind erosion is the top reason for loss of top soil and the encroachment of desertification.
Erosion, pollution, loss of top soil.
The environmental impacts are erosion, loss of top soil and the loss of vegetation.
organic soil is the soil that you can plant fruits and veggies in which could also be top soil...
In soil erosion the top soil is being removed or washed away by the higher surface runoff.
Top soil is soil on the very top of the earths crust and is the soil we walk on. Sub soil is the soil tha is under top soil
Erosion reduces top soil. Top soil fosters plant growth, which acts as a carbon sink. So erosion should actually increase the greenhouse effect rather than slow it down. It is possible mineral salts and lighter aeolian depositions on eroded landscapes could increase earth's albedo, reflecting more light back into space, which could have a slight cooling effect.
Top soil means the top layer of soil
the top most layer of soil
Soil Erosion needs to be prevented because it leads to loss of the top nutrient-rich soil. If nutrient-rich soil is lost, it will result in the exposure of depleted soil which can not be used for cultivation. Thus food production and agriculture will suffer.
it has no soil
Yes, it grows on top of the soil.
Soil erosion carries top soil away, which is troublesome if were hoping to grow plants there.
Loss of top soil due to wind erosion. Desertification due to over farming. Loss of crops due to pests or weather conditions.
It is the top of the soil and consists of humus sand and silt.
potting soil, but is better to mix 70% potting soil and 30% top soil with horse manure
yes, flowing water can harm top soil because it carries away the soil with it and causes soil erosion.
Fertile soil/top soil
Unless the are was quickly replanted, the effect would be negative as the loss of plant cover makes the ground more subject to erosion and loss of top soil. If you replant with a uniform plant cover you may also have a negative effect in that variety seems to support a stronger ecosystem. For example, replacing a natural forest with a tree plantation reduces the available habitat for many animals that lived in the original forest
Soil erosion and certain human activities causes the nutrients in the top soil to be removed.