The above listed are causes of deforestation which has resulted to destroyed forest habitats through construction of roads, cutting down of trees, drier environments, clearing forests for farming activities, raring of large populations of animals has led to overgrazing and the clearing of forest resources to give ay to mining activities has resulted to loss of forest (Myers, 1992).
in conclusion the causes of forest deforestation are the reason that makes the forests in the world to disappear very fast while the effects is the outcome of the activities that lead to destruction of forest reserves including extensive deforestation, leading to soil erosion and desertification. The destruction of forest is a typical example that can be used to demonstrate the cause and effect concept.
One of the most common natural disasters, but also one of the most commonly forgotten, is wildfires. These take place in many different countries all over the world, particularly during the summer months, and can be caused by a range of different things. Some of the things that can start the wildfires can be totally natural, while others can be manmade, but the speed at which they spread is entirely down to nature. The two natural causes of wildfires are the sun’s heat and lightning strikes, while they can also be caused by campfires, smoking, fireworks and many other things. The reasons that they spread so quickly are prolonged hot, dry weather, where the vegetation dries out, which is why they often take place in woodland.