Climate Change or Global Warming? Half Water Cycle.
Written by Doug Crouch
Completion of a cycle can change Climates positively
The half hydrological cycle mainly involves precipitation and evaporation, but due to the lack of tree cover and/or perennial vegetation, evapo-transpiration simply does not happen. Soils are bare while concrete is exposed and abundant in city-scapes forcing rapid re-evaporation to occur. This tends to destabilize the atmosphere and frankly catapults onto society while stressing economic systems.
Usually, either torrential downpours flare or immediate cut-off of the rainy seasons ensue. Trees and other perennial vegetation buffer these effects. Without them, the environment suffers and so does its inhabitants, as precious natural and financial capital is erased. Without the buffer present, rivers flood, soils erode, coral suffers, and landscapes dehydrate. This again cascades into financial loss from property damage and societal drains in the form of famine or disease.
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