Yes, that’s what happens in desertification. The soil of an area may, from a variety of causes, decline in quality so much as to render it permanently unproductive. In most cases, overextension of the land will cause subtle changes to the properties of the soil, making it more arid and susceptible to erosion. Usually, the process of desertification can be reversed (albiet slowly), but in some cases, the local soil conditions change so much as to make recovery rather impossible.
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