@fgmicheal6 asked 6 months ago.

According to hank, how many hectares (100m x 100m) of trees a day are humans clear cutting?

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@logic answered 5 months ago.

 

These guides assist the forest manager in determining if the forest is stocked with too many trees (overstocked), too sparsely stocked (understocked), or adequately stocked (fully stocked). Nix, Steve. "Understanding Tree Basal Area."

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@Gaurii answered 6 months ago.

These guides assist the forest manager in determining if the forest is stocked with too many trees (overstocked), too sparsely stocked (understocked), or adequately stocked (fully stocked). Nix, Steve. "Understanding Tree Basal Area."

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@clarkee answered 6 months ago.

Between 2015 and 2020, the rate of deforestation was estimated at 10 million hectares per year, down from 16 million hectares per year in the 1990s. The area of primary forest worldwide has decreased by over 80 million hectares since 1990.

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@omeppereku answered 6 months ago.

According to Hank, humans are clear cutting about nine hectares of trees a day, which means we are clear cutting about 1.4 million hectares a year.
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@eddenubiss answered 6 months ago.

Humans are clearing 100 hectares of trees every single day. That’s the equivalent of 200 football fields. I’m sure we can do better than that.
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