The impact of rainforests on the environment: 1. Clean the air; 2. Provide oxygen; 3, water and soil conservation; 4, windproof sand fixation; 5. Regulate the climate.
The existence of tropical rainforest has a great impact on the environment on the earth. Once it is destroyed, it will bring huge losses. Therefore, the protection of tropical rainforest resources is now advocated. So what impact do tropical rainforests have on the environment? Let me give you a specific introduction.
Purify the air: Tropical rainforest forests are rich in resources and contain many green plants, which can absorb a large number of harmful gases in the air, thus purifying the air.
Provide oxygen: Tropical rain forest is a natural oxygen plant. Green plants absorb a lot of carbon dioxide, and then breathe out oxygen through photosynthesis for human breathing.
Soil and water conservation: there are a large number of trees and green plants in the tropical rain forest, which can conserve soil and water and not be washed away by Rain Water.
Windbreak sand fixation: general windbreak sand fixation is through trees to play a preventive role, tropical rain forest contains rich tree resources, can play a very good windbreak sand fixation effect.
Regulate the climate: Tropical rainforests have a certain regulating effect on the climate, and can absorb the sun’s light in summer and reduce the warming of the ground. In winter, dense tree trunks can reduce the flow of air and play a role in heat preservation and moisturizing, which can play a good role in regulating the climate.