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sivareddymarella

Posted on May 24, 2022

The given tables show the percentage of land covered by Forest in different countries between the years 1990 to 2005, and the assumed percentage of the Forest will be inclined and decline by the year 2015.

In the table, if we observe, the country New Zealand covered 28.8 per cent in 1990s and increased to 2.2% percentage in the year 2005 by covering a percentage of 31 as well as it showing the prediction percentage 1.3 will be increased by the year 2015 with the coverage of 32.3 percentage.
In the same way, Chile covered 20.4 per cent in 1990 and increased to 21.5 per cent in 2005 and showing the Forest will cover a forest inclination of 22.00 per cent of the land in 2015.
The above two countries, New Zealand and Chile show the positive result for the inclination of Forest.

However, countries like Australia and Brazil show that deforestation increased between the years 1990 to 2005 and predicted it would go to more deforestation by 2015.

In 1990, 21.9 per cent of the land was covered by the Forest and declined to 21.3 per cent in the year 2005, the result of 0.6 per cent of deforestation happened in Australia. It showed 1.3 Percentage Is going to be deforestation by 2015.

Accordingly, in Brazil in the year 1990, 62.00 per cent of land covered by the Forest and which is drastically fell to 57.2 per cent by 2005 and assuming it goes to 53.5 per cent by 2015. Tables refer to in this country; Deforestation is at a high level.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on May 24, 2022

Band Score: 5
The word count is more than the limit of 150 – 175 words
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Moses Praise

Posted on Mar 14, 2022

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The table explains the proportion of land made of forests in different countries in 1990 and 2005 with projected figures for 2015.
Two countries showed an increase in forested land, including New Zealand at 28.8% in 1990, climbing to 31% in 2005 and will increase to 32.3% in 2015. Likewise, the proportion of Chile’s at 20.4% in 1990, inclined to 21.5% in 2005 and is predicted to rise to 22.5% in 2015.
However, there was a decline in the land space covered up with forests in Australia and Brazil. Australia’s figure in 1990 was at 21.9%, which reduced to 21.3% in 2005 and is projected to drop further to 20% in 2015. Brazil had a fall from 62.2% in 1990 to 57.2%in 2005 and is expected to continually decrease to 53.5% in 2015.
Overall, it is observed that New Zealand and Chile had an increase in forested lands, unlike Australia and brazil, whose land space was covered with forests reduced over time and are all going to follow this trend.

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Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Mar 15, 2022

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Nayana

Posted on Dec 29, 2021

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The tabular chart provided details on the proportion of the land occupied by the forests in different countries in terms of percentage in the year 1990 and 2005 along with the data of percentage of the forest areas to be found in 2015 were given.
Overall, a substantial decline in the maintaining the forest area was found in Australia and Brazil whereas, a steady rise in the rate of forest land covering the land masses was in countries like New Zealand and Chile over the years 1990 and 2005. The estimates of the the year 2015 on these forest areas exhibited decreasing and increasing patterns respectively.
At first, a marginal dip was found in Australia from a rate of 21.9% to 21.3% in the year 1990 and 2005. A further estimate in the forest land masses was also found to have the impact in 2015 which accounted 20% precisely. A significant downfall in forest land was observed in Brazil with values 62.2%, 57.2% and 53.2% in the respective years 1990, 2005 and 2015.
However, an increasing trend was seen in New Zealand from 1990, 2005 with an increment of 2.2% in it’s existing forest areas. The future rate in growing forest was found to be promising as well with a percentage of 32.3% in 2015. Furthermore, a similar growth pattern was shown in the area of land masses covered by forest in Chile from 1990 to 2015 with values such as 20.4%, 21.5% and 22% in the respective years.

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Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Posted on Dec 29, 2021

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upuli dodamgoda

Posted on Dec 29, 2021

The table shows the percentage of land covered by forest in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Chile in years 1990 and 2005, and also the predicted figures for 2015.
In Australia and Brazil, the percentage of land covered by forest has reduced from 1990 to 2005 (by 0.6% in Australia and by 5% in Brazil) and the estimates show that it will be further reduced in 2015.
On the other hand, New Zealand and Chile has seen a higher percentage of land covered by forest in 2005 compared to 1990 and its predicted to increase further in 2015. The table shows that there will be an estimated 1.3% increase in New Zealand and a 0.5% increase in Chile.
Brazil is predicted to have the largest percentage change in the percentage of land covered by forest, which is a 3.7% decrease while Chile is estimated to have the smallest percentage change in the percentage of land covered by forest, which is a 0.5% increase.

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Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Posted on Dec 29, 2021

Band score: 5

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