A Review on Effects of Deforestation on Landslide: Hill Areas | IJSRD Journal – Civil Engineering


#Deforestation, #Landslide, #HillAreas #ijsrd

Abstract

Deforestation, clearance or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest use. Deforestation includes conversion of forestland to farms, ranches, or urban use. Since the industrial age, about half of world’s original forests have been destroyed and millions of animals and living things have been endangered. Despite the improvements in education, information and general awareness of the importance of forests, deforestation has not reduced much, and there are still many more communities and individuals who still destroy forest lands for personal gains. Deforestation also provides stability to slope through which mass movement of rocks, debris could not occur. As the plant or tree roots provides some reinforcement and also remove groundwater. On hilly areas vegetation can stabilize steep slopes and if the cutting of trees continues it would result in a drastic change in the atmosphere or in the environment. In this paper there is summarization of cause of deforestation, deforestation causes, environment changes i.e. loss of biodiversity and how deforestation is related to landslide.

Authors:

  1. Abhishek Sharma
  2. Shri Ram

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2 thoughts on “A Review on Effects of Deforestation on Landslide: Hill Areas | IJSRD Journal – Civil Engineering

  1. OM PRAKASH Mishra says:

    Its not my field

    On 5 Feb 2018 17:05, “International Journal for Scientific Research and Development – IJSRD Journal” wrote:

    > International Journal for Scientific Research and Development – IJSRD | > Submit Paper online posted: “#Deforestation, #Landslide, #HillAreas #ijsrd > Abstract Deforestation, clearance or clearing is the removal of a forest or > stand of trees where the land is thereafter converted to a non-forest use. > Deforestation includes conversion of forestland to farms, ” >

  2. Dr. Kinzang Dorji says:

    “Deforestation also provides stability to slope through which mass movement of rocks, debris could not occur”. What does this mean? May be required to rephrase the sentence.

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