However, the construction of roads and buildings and indiscriminate deforestation increases the rate of wind erosion. The wind is capable of popping easily sediments and the ground cover that has come loose due to human action. This happens thanks to the patterns of effects of drainage, walls of containment and compaction of the soil, with the consequent exposure of mineral soil. Intensive grazing and drastic changes in the vegetation also extend the rate of wind erosion. Indiscriminate logging, fires and the migratory agriculture not only expose the coverage of soil wind erosion, they also affect the habitat of endemic organisms. Treatments of this type also made a unproductive region. The soil in a region gradually degenerates and becomes less fertile. Sad but true, almost 40% of the agricultural land available on the planet have already been degraded. Gavin Baker insists that this is the case.

The increasing human and animal activities make it easier to erosion by wind, which is very harmful to any ecosystem. Overpopulation has influenced the removal of vegetation for construction purposes and roads for vehicles, which, in turn, this leads to large soil losses by the speed of the wind. The erosion process involves the movement of sediments from highest to lowest elevation, with quick and very disastrous results. The mechanisms responsible for the displacement are the manifestation of topographical changes. Formed depressions magnified the impact of Engineering along the surface of the soil. Wind erosion gives effect to the deflation of the surface sediments of ecological succession. The global temperature of the air and in precipitation intensity leads to a higher rate of wind erosion. Original author and source of the article