How forests influence the quality of air soil and water resources?

Forests influence the quality in the following ways:

  • Quality of air 
  • Significant in maintaining the earth’s temperature
  • Forests have a major role in maintaining carbon dioxide and oxygen balance in the atmosphere. They cause a reduction in the level of carbon dioxide thereby preventing the greenhouse effect
  • Forests positively increase the photosynthetic rate in the surrounding regions
  • Quality of soil
  • Forests help to maintain nutrient cycles
  • Trees reduce soil erosion as they spread their roots deep inside the earth thereby binding soil particles firmly
  • Quality of water 
  • Trees regulate and maintain the water cycle
  • They conserve water, making them available as water resources such as underground water, rains etc

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