The table represents the percentage of land forested in Autralia, New Zealand, Brazil and Chile from 1990 to 2015, particularly the figures of 2015 are estimated only.
It can be clearly seen from the table that there are two countries having the increasing percentages wheares the others’ figures dip. Considering all other countries have no more than 30% of forested land from the start, Brazil owned the largest amount amongst the four countries with 62.2%. However, its numbers had went down most dramatically with only 53.5% remained in 2015. Like Brazil, Autralia’s land covered by forest also decreased, however, in a much more insignificant speed. On the other hand, New Zealand and Chile have the increasing figures throughout the years surveyed. While Chile’s forested land went up slowly from about 20% in 1990 to 22.0% in 2015, that of New Zealand increased significantly with 2 more percent every 15 years, which certainly doubled Chile’s figures.
From the percentages in the table, it can be concluded that from 1990 to 2015, the amount of forested land in four countries all had changed, yet decreases are way more considerable than the increases.
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