Deforestation is an effect of farming, mining, logging and other humans activities, which affects many forests all over the country. In Australia, less than 3 percent of the original temperate rain forest remains. This image shows the effect of Australian deforestation. This image also may address the issue of fire because the sky and remaining trees look very hazy and it is possible smoke from a nearby fire. Although this forest was planted in the NSW country for this purpose, it is still sad to see the scale of what they are doing. This image is not a reliable source because it is an image and I may not have read the messages correctly.
The Western Australian government express their bush lands vulnerability in a variety of ways. Their main concern is soil toxicity after fires which is making the flora and fauna in the area ill or potentially dead. Weeds that have been introduced to this area are proving to be a large problem for the living things in the area. With the bush land in WA being very dry, the government is stressing to all residents surrounding the areas must be wary of where their embers from fires are flying because these embers are starting fires which are wiping out thousands of square kilometers. This website is legible because is is a website that is widely recognized and is a large influence on the media.
Sun burnt Country goes into the depths of Australian history, before climate change and before weather records. Sun burnt Country pieces together Australia's climate history. It uncovers a continent which has long been vulnerable to climate extremes and variability. It gives an unrivaled perspective on how human activities have altered weather and warming patterns that have been with us for millions of years, and what climate change looks like in our own area. Sun burnt Country highlights the impact of a warming planet has on Australian lifestyles and temperate forests and the power we all have to shape future life on Earth. It's main idea is that climate change and human development is the key cause for rising levels of fires, rising heats and inhospitable living conditions. it goes into how scientists use tree-rings, ice cores and tropical corals to retrace the past and also what Indigenous seasonal calendars reveal.
This website is expressing the danger that animal and plant species are facing in the firing line of global warming and climate change. They warn that the number of extinct animals that are native to Australian bush land is going to increase dramatically in the next couple of years if we keep going at our current pace. Climate change is limiting the speed and strength of plant species expanding which means that after disaster such as bush fire, it is very hard for the plant species to re take that area and populate more area. This is an issue Because we cannot stop bush fire and we need the bush land for native animals and plants. This website is not officially reliable because it is a channel that directly inputs on the media but is is a proven and well researched topic.
According to the NSW government, there are five key areas that are causing harm to the animals living in Australian temperate forest and the forest itself. These areas include clearing of bush land for housing development or civil construction of any variety. Adverse human impact such as rubbish dumping or any release of potentially toxic substances. Structural changes such as weed introduction, removal of habitat such as rocks or dead trees. Changes in water drainage and destabilization of water courses. This website is legible and trust worthy because it is written by the NSW Government and is a .gov website.