.will give a brainlest destruction of tundra vegetation will likely result in lessening of soil moisture deepening of the active zone

.will give a brainlest destruction of tundra vegetation will likely result in lessening of soil moisture deepening of the active zone freezing of the soil melting of the permafrost

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The answer would be 'melting of the permafrost'since the Tundra relies on Permafrost for its soil and other sources, it can do a great damage if it loses its
 permafrost.
Melting of the permafrost.

Explanation:

Tundra is a biome that is characterised by its frozen subsoil, lack of tree vegetation or, in any case, natural trees.

So, permafrost is a soil layer that is permanently frozen, so, if trundra vegetation is destroyed, this layer could no be frozen any more.

the national environmental policy act (nepa) is a united states environmental law that promotes the enhancement of the environment and established the president's council on environmental quality (ceq). the law was enacted on january 1, 1970. to date, more than 100 nations around the world have enacted national environmental policies modeled after nepa.

yes? sounds right, but you didn’t ask a question.

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