Biodiversity Help in Soil Formation
Soil formation and protection - Biodiversity Biological diversity aids in soil structure creation and maintenance, as well as moisture and nutrient retention. Another factor is the impacts of root systems, which break up soil and rock, allowing water to penetrate, among other things. increase the amount of water that enters the soil and the amount of water that is stored in the soil. Provide erosion resistance Pests, parasites, and sickness are all suppressed. Assist in carbon capture. Erosion and biodiversity have a symbiotic relationship. As a result of their mixing activities, soil organisms can both reduce and increase soil loss by increasing porosity and decreasing soil stability. Soil runoff has an ecological impact on belowground communities at the same time. Protect soil organisms' habitats.