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    deforestation. Even though deforestation may have profited, it can be very damaging. Economic benefits are shown throughout deforestation. “When land is empty more businesses get built and roads get made to help the economy” (17). Along with that, Amazon deforestation can help with the economy and can also help people…

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    rugged coastlines, and some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Mount Olympus is the tallest peak in the region at almost 8,000 feet in height. You’ll be amazed at the snowcapped peaks and slow-moving glaciers that make up a rainforest as intriguing as the Amazon region. The park features the longest undeveloped coastline in the United States and has plenty of native and endemic animal and plant species, including the endangered northern spotted owl. 95 percent of Olympic National Park…

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    harm they are causing. Despite it all, the community needs to tell the public of the issues at hand facing the fate of Tigers. Also, we need to find ways to help raise money for the campaign’s and organizations who fight daily to protect these rainforests and the animals who live in…

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    And I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove! for then would I fly away, and be at rest. Lo, then would I wander far off, and remain in the wilderness. Selah! (or pause and ponder this). I would hasten my escape from the windy storm and tempest. Psalm 55:6-8 When we think about what actually happens in a thunder- storm it can be quite frightening, similar to the turmoils in our own lives! The winds can churn and beat vigorously against trees, breaking branches, uprooting or even carrying…

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    Animal Endangerment in Brazil Brazil is home to some of the world’s most diverse wildlife, with over 2,900 animal species occupying in the Amazon rain forest. (Animals) These animals serve an important role in the world’s ecosystem, but are quickly becoming endangered. Although the extinction of animals is a natural occurrence, human activities has quicken their rate of becoming extinct. From early European colonists and settlers, to deforestation, and to animal smuggling, the number of species…

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    economic crisis. The number one job in Brazil is deforestation. The people of Brazil rely on deforestation for their job. Brazil is home to more than half of the world’s largest rain forest. Not only does Brazil’s economy rely on the destruction of rainforests as their number one job, countries like…

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    the lush foliage of the Amazon rain forest and happening upon the events of an entirely different era of travel and communication, before the advent of a world connected by a global network of information. Following the course of the Capella, a tramp steamship attempting to travel up the Madeira River and through the Amazon basin, this work of literature describes…

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    ecosystems: Tropical rainforest Describe where this type of ecosystem might be located. Name 1 specific example. Rainforests are found in the tropics; the region between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer, just below and above the equator. This is because at this region, the climate is warm and relatively stable since the sun is very strong and shines for the same duration throughout the year. The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil is a good example of a tropical rainforest (Corlett &…

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    human population growth. For example, fire-related deforestation rose sharply in Indonesia in 1997. Estimates of forests destroyed in 1997 range from 370,500 to 741,000 acres. Other areas where tropical deforestation is a major concern include the Amazon basin, western and central Africa, and Southeast Asia and the Pacific regions, including Borneo, the Philippines, and…

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    amounts of Amazon forests have been cleared to serve human needs of wanting soy and bean(N/A.Behind The…

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