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389 surrounding China’s Gobi Desert
Damien Currington, “Desertification Is the Greatest Threat to the Planet, Experts Warn,” Guardian, December 15, 2010.
390 goats compared to less than 10 million in the United States
391 China is now losing almost 1,400 square miles of arable land
392 Inner Mongolia and Gansu Province are merging and expanding
393 Taklamakan and k.u.mtag deserts are also merging and expanding
394 abandoned in northern and western regions of China
395 have already abandoned many villages to the encroaching desert
396 “a savannah-like region bordering the basin on its south side”
397 Amazon rainforest, adding even more risk to the integrity
David Lapola et al., “Indirect Land-Use Changes Can Overcome Carbon Savings from Biofuels in Brazil,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, January 2010.
398 suffered from two “hundred-year” droughts in the last seven years
Simon Lewis et al., “The 2010 Amazon Drought,” Science, February 2011.
399 greatest tropical rainforest on Earth into a ma.s.sive dryland region
Brown, Plan B 4.0.
400 90 percent of the people affected live in developing countries
Currington, “Desertification Is the Greatest Threat to the Planet, Experts Warn.”
401 “The top 20 centimeters of soil”
402 to accommodate additional shelter for Egypt’s fast-growing population
Metwali Salem, “UN Report: Egypt Sustains Severe Land Loss to Desertification and Development,” Egypt Independent, June 17, 2011.
403 resulting in the loss of cropland to salinization
“Seawater Intrusion Is the First Cause of Contamination of Coastal Aquifers,” ScienceDaily, July 31, 2007, http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/07/070727091903.htm.
404 Ganges Delta, the Mekong Delta, and in other so-called mega-deltas
K. Wium Olesen et al., “Mega Deltas and the Climate Change Challenges,” Eleventh International Symposium on River Sedimentation, September 69, 2010, http://www.irtces.org/zt/11isrs/paper/Kim_Wium_Olesen.pdf.
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