The population of the study was greater toronto

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trees in Toronto region and their extinction patterns. The population of the study was greater Toronto region of Canada that has a diversity of ecosystems in addition to a wide variety of plant species. The species population was from the maple tree because of its varieties. The sample of the population was 5 maple tree species found in the Toronto region in Canada. The experiment will take place during summer when the tree species are mature and in plenty. Both quantitative and qualitative research methods would be employed appropriately. The options in this case would be surveys and through observations. The tree samples taken would help to determine the number of trees that are available in the given area to determine the extinction rate and pattern. The study revealed that acid rains and other pollutants are some of the factors that can lead to the extinction of maple trees in the region. In addition, the study revealed that the distribution of maple trees is dependent on the type of soil. Conclusion
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Surname 3 More actions should be taken to address the problem of extinction of maple trees. There should be proper laws to safeguard industrial pollution. The amount of emissions leaving the factory should be regulated. Work Cited
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Surname 4 Andryszewski, Tricia. Mass Extinction: Examining the Current Crisis . Minneapolis: Twenty-First Century Books, 2008.
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