IMPLICATIONS OF GULLY SPREAD IN ETINAN L.G.A
1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Gully spread is a menace or phenomena that causes degradation, depletion of some minerals and natural resource on the earth surface. Farmland, forest, household, properties and entire ecosystem is affected by the menace of spread. As it getting advanced, when proper measures for check and monitoring are lacking, prevention is difficult where depth of above 6 feet is created.
Globally, international cooperation to accelerate sustainable development in developing countries and domestic policies to protect environment, biodiversity, land form, ecosystem, ecology in the process of development. Thus, agricultural development, road construction and other engineering works could cause negative implications on life, economic, socio-political as gully spread initiated in the area Gully spread has been included in United Nations Department for Policy co-ordination and sustainable Development (Division for sustainable development) (UNDPCSD 2009). The detection of geologically recent channels and gullies on mars has been interpreted as evidence for recent water activity on this arid and cold planet. The presence of active water would have considerable implications for the history of mars and for the potential for an active near-surface biota; however, water is not the only substance that can flow and may actually be one of the least likely factors when the modern permafrost environment is considered. Here, a key site of recent gully and channel development on Mars is reported at 710S in SIsyphi Cavi, within the annual zone of polar CO2ice and snow accumulation. Super – position of channel features over and/or through the deforesting Co2 snow pact shows that the channels are active at the present day and probably have fluid flows every spring during the annual defrosting (Nick Hoffman, 2006). However, the ambient temperature at the time of gully activity appears to assume a role for Co2 in the formation of the channels, rather than water only, meaning water alone is not element of causing channels. The roots of trees make gaps in the soil so that when it rains, the water has space to move around in the soil before being absorbed. When trees are removed and the heavy machinery used in removing vegetation, Gully sets in. In response to Global problem like Gully spread, United Nations Department for policy coordination and sustainable development has the following in its agenda: