dying forest Studying the history of the forest, scientists have found that even in ancient times mankind has been much is known about him - about the trees, how they are planting, use of wood. Historical records provide examples that show how and in those days people's actions have an impact on the imbalance in nature. Pliny the Elder, who is often called the most learned man of Rome, wrote in his "Natural History": "Changes occur with such natural phenomena that have long been considered the study and constant. For example, in Thessaly in Larissa area after dried lake, climate change has become cold. Olive trees that grew there before had disappeared. Started freeze solid vineyards, which had never happened before ... and change the climate in the area Filippoi, because after the forest uprooted and began to cultivate the land, the soil is dry. "