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How much land is contained within an area of 660ft x 60ft?

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0.368 hectare
0.909 acre
3679 sq meter
0.003679 sq kilometer
39600 sq ft
5.702 million sq inches

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Why Ecology is important ?
Ans : Ecology is of utmost importance to all species including us. We, like all other animals depend on this earth for everything; food, water, shelter. Everything on this earth depends on something else but ecology is so dynamic that even the smallest perturbation can upset everything.
A good example is global warming. Many people think that 2 degrees over a decades is a small amount of time. NOTHING in Ecology is small, the repercussions are severe. Plants need a certain temperature to thrive, warming of the earth can upset this and also upset life and mating cycles. We depend on those animals to eat and certain animals also survive on those animals.
In addition, human interference with the ecology of certain places can also exacerbate the problem of natural disasters. When we log on mountainsides and hills, we destabilize soils and the topology of the landscape. Heavy rains which would originally cause some kind of erosion would now cause landslides that could engulf roads and cause hazards to villages or towns and people that live in those areas.
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Causes
Land degradation is a global problem, largely related to agricultural use. The major causes include:
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-Livestock including overgrazing
-Inappropriate Irrigation [4] and overdrafting
-Urban sprawl and commercial development
-Land pollution including industrial waste
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e main outcome of land degradation is a substantial reduction in the productivity of the land.[5] The major stresses on vulnerable land include:
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-Soil alkalinisation owing to irrigation with water containing sodium bicarbonate leading to poor soil structure and reduced crop yields
-Soil salination in irrigated land requiring soil salinity control to reclaim the land [6]
-Soil waterlogging in irrigated land which calls for some form of subsurface land drainage to remediate the negative effects [6]
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