Difference between revisions of "Land cover and land use"

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|OutputVar=Land cover; Land for bioenergy; Land supply;
 
|OutputVar=Land cover; Land for bioenergy; Land supply;
 
|Description=<h2>Interaction between the human system and environmental system</h2>
 
|Description=<h2>Interaction between the human system and environmental system</h2>
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There are several ways by which the human system directly influences the earth system. Land allocation and atmospheric emissions (see the component [[Emissions]]) form two of the most important factors, others include water extraction, and water and soil pollution.  
 
There are several ways by which the human system directly influences the earth system. Land allocation and atmospheric emissions (see the component [[Emissions]]) form two of the most important factors, others include water extraction, and water and soil pollution.  
  

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