How Do Trees Help The Environment?

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Trees help the environment with erosion and they give a place for the birds. They give us shade in the summer heat. And they block the wind in the coldest of winters. Peace
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It helps us breathe and makes the ground stable
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They make the ground stable
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Because it help us breathe nah I was wrong
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They suck in the bad pollution into the chloroplast and makes it come out as oxygen
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Its a bit of a vague question, but yeah...
Trees act as a food source for many animals. Nearly all, if not all food chains in the world start with producers like trees. They are vital in providing a stable environment for other animals to live in. They are able to transfer inorganic substances and energy into organic materials such as fruits, or the tree itself for organisms to feed off. There are also habitat to lots of different animals too. Without trees, most other life couldn't exist.
 
Also trees have the effect of locking nitrogen into the soil, with is a vital component for all other life too. Bacteria in their roots can transfer nitrogen from the atmosphere which is useless for other organisms too  organic nitrogen which can be used by them and the tree itself. Trees and plants are the only organisms that are able to produce a significant amount of this nitrogen, and other elements and compounds.
 
They also stop rivers from regularly flooding in times of high rainfall by absorbing excess water... There are loooooaaaaaddddds of ways tree affect the surrounding environment! (not erosion though...)

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