Erosion Essay Topics

The Three Major Causes of Soil Erosion

Rainfall and runoff is a water erosion problem also known as splash erosion. This is the first stage in the erosion process. The impact of rainfall drops on the soil surface can break down soil aggregates as the impact of falling raindrops breaks up the topsoil. This erosion is caused by long lasting and less… View Article

The Dangers of Land Degradation

Soil is one of the most important natural resources of man. Soils are essential for man for growing crops, fodder and limber. Once the fertile portion of the earth’s surface is lost, it is very difficult to replace it. In India, the destruction of the top-soil has already reached an alarming proportion. Land degradation problems… View Article

Overgrazing Major Causes of Soil Erosion

There are three major practices that expose soil to erosion and they can be corrected and create a more sustainable society. They are over cultivation, overgrazing, and deforestation. We were asked to pick one out of the three and discuss it, the one that’s I chose was overgrazing. Overgrazing is one of the major practices… View Article

Soil Erosion

Each year deserts consume an area the size of Belgium. Worldwide, farmers are losing 24 billion tonnes of topsoil each year. The effects of soil erosion include deteriorating the agricultural sector, flooding and impairing aquatic habitats. Deteriorating the Agricultural Sector: Soil erosion has arguably the greatest impact on the agricultural sector. The part which is… View Article

Denudation Processes

While volcanic activities are a mountain’s building process, denudation processes are trying to level them down. Denudation includes processes which removes rock debris and carrying them to a new location. These processes happen through gravity, wind, ice and water. In the Tongariro Volcanic Centre, winds are an effective denudation agent because the mountain top gales… View Article

Soil conservation

Soil conservation includes all such measures which protect the soil from erosion and restore its fertility. These measures are of two types-(a) small measures to check soil erosion at local or even individual level, and (b) large measures at govern­ment level involving larger area and heavy invest ment. (a) Small Measures-These include afforesta­tion, regularised land… View Article

What is soil erosion?

What are the negative impacts of soil erosion? Define overgrazing, overcultivation, and deforestation. Include ideas on what people can do differently to reduce the impact of these three practices on soil erosion. Provide examples of where this happens both locally and regionally. Within the examples list the specific consequences. Soil is naturally removed by the… View Article

The Effectiveness of Chalk Dust as Soil Neutralizer

Philippines’ economic status nowadays depends mainly on the production of crops. As we all know, our country has also the advantage when it comes to technology and especially in businesses. Likely in producing products that’s essential to us Filipinos. From this statement, we could conclude the production of materials by factories. Chemicals and other harmful… View Article