Critical environmental collapse: Hundreds of millions of trees are dying in North America
In addition to the massive death of bees in the US, there is also another deadly deadly epidemic that killed millions of trees that produce oxygen.
As noted by the US Department of Agriculture, forest service chiefs in the United States have documented and identified 36 million dead trees in the state of California since their last air reconnaissance in May. Additional trees raise the total number of dead trees since 2010 to more than 102 million 7.7 million acres of dry forest forest land by the state.
Only this year, and the USDA Forest Service noted that 62 million trees have died, a 100% increase in dead trees in the state of the previous year. And again, millions more trees are in a weakened state and must disappear in the months and years to come.
The loss of this vital resource is not only happening in California. This also happens near Fukushima, Japan, home of the worst nuclear disaster since the mid-1980s; This happens when lights pass through forest lands in Indonesia; And it happens across North America, said the Awakening Times.
Recently, a study published in the journal Nature found that the planet had 3.04 trillion trees. The research also noted that 15.3 billion trees are felled each year, and that 46% of the world’s trees have been cleared over the past 12,000 years.
Therefore, a renewable resource is rapidly becoming non-renewable.
“Trees are among the largest and most critical organizations on Earth, but they are just beginning to understand their global reach and distribution,” said Thomas Crowther of the Dutch Institute of Ecology, who led research using satellite data and Computer models.
The Times awakening further noted that tree deaths in Northern California have been linked to sudden oak death in addition to the current drought.
In other parts of the United States, trees are becoming rarer and rarer. For example, in 2010, the healthy Ohi’a Hawaii trees began to die on the Big Island because of what is now called Ohi’a disease. Scientists still do not understand their origins and, as such, do not know how to treat or prevent it.
Whole regions and mountains and trees lose in a very short order. And while commercial operations include replanting of harvested forest trees take many years to mature. In addition, some have speculated that the death of the tree is due to a confluence of problems – a sign that it hurts trees, warmer than other plants, are generally weakened due to constant assault of pollution and even engineering projects Climate change.