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увреждане на почвите — soil damage (English)
Soil impaired as a consequence of human activity. A study financed by UNEP, reporting in 1992, found that about 10,5% of the world's vegetative surface had been seriously damaged by human activity since 1945. The study found that much of the damage had been masked by a general rise in global agricultural productivity resulting from expanded irrigation, better plant varieties, and greater use of production inputs, such as fertilizers and pesticides. More than 1/3 of the damaged land was in Asia, almost 1/3 in Africa, and 1/4 in Central America. Some land had been damaged beyond restoration. The greatest sources of soil degradation were overgrazing, unsuitable agricultural practices, and deforestation. (Source: GILP96)

The original Bulgarian definition:

увреждане на почвите (Bulgarian)
Разглежда се като следствие на човешката дейност. Проучване, финансирано от UNEP през 1992 г., разкрива, че около 10.5% от растителната покривка на земята е сериозно увредена от човешките дейности след 1945 г. Проучването открива, че повечето вреди са пре

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