What is the role of climate change in exacerbating soil erosion and degradation?

Climate change can exacerbate soil erosion and degradation through increased rainfall intensity, extreme weather events, and changing temperature regimes. These changes can lead to loss of topsoil, reduced soil fertility, and decreased agricultural productivity. Implementing sustainable land management practices and promoting soil conservation are crucial for mitigating soil erosion and preserving soil health in a changing climate.

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