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  • Biodiversity And Its Effects On Biodiversity

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    Abstract. Biodiversity is a variety of life and it is important to maintain biodiversity because it provides everyone’s needs for food source, water source and shelter. Currently, Georgia Gwinnett College expanding with construction around the area, will this cause a disturbance where the campus will not be able to have biodiversity or having some disturbance can increase it? The research measured biodiversity in 5 different places around campus, these locations varying levels of disturbance and

  • Quotes On Biodiversity And Biodiversity

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    Remembering Faith and Morals: Protecting Biodiversity God has put his time and efforts to merge his ideas, constructing this masterpiece citizens call home. He has created everything from the smallest atom to humans with the most powerful organ, the brain. Consisting of complex neural networks, the brain allows humans to be able to study, process, and understand his creation. Humans are working on God’s creation with brilliant ideas leading to the advancements of the human population and its hunger

  • Biodiversity And Its Impact On Biodiversity

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    Biodiversity is what makes the planet earth unique and different from every other planet in the solar system. Biodiversity can be studied on a global level all the way down to studying it within a microscopic ecosystem (National Wildlife Federation, 2015). It is important to understand that biodiversity can be looked at genetically as well as environmentally as well. For example, genetic biodiversity is seen in the variation of different breeds within the dog species, while environmental biodiversity

  • Biodiversity And Conservation Of Marine Biodiversity

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    Santillo, 2009). The oceans biodiversity is increasingly becoming more threatened each year by anthropogenic activities such as pollution, destructive fishing methods, overfishing and commercial agriculture (Tyus, 2012). Marine conservation has improved over the years to protect and preserve ecosystems in oceans and seas. To limit the anthropogenic damage, restore habitats, species and preserve vulnerable marine life (Norse & Crowder, 2005). The term marine biodiversity discusses the abundance of

  • Biodiversity

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    Biodiversity a.Biodiversity- is the degree of variation of life. It is a measure of the variety of organisms present in different ecosystems. This can refer to genetic variation, ecosystem variation, or species variation (number of species) within an area, biome, or planet. Terrestrial biodiversity tends to be highest near the equator, which seems to be the result of the warm climate and high primary productivity. Biodiversity is not distributed evenly on Earth. It is the richest in the tropics

  • The Study of Biodiversity

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    Biodiversity – the amount of living things; animals, microorganisms and plants. It also includes the genetic information these living things contain, and the ecosystems and biomes they form. 3 ways biodiversity can be studied: - GENETIC DIVERSITY: The amount of different genetic characteristics of the species in their genetic make up. - SPEICIES DIVERSITY: the amount of species in a particular area in the world. - ECOSYSTEM DIVERSITY: the amount of ecosystems in a given region or biome. - Places

  • The Importance Of Biodiversity

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    in the soil habitat and even make up 95-97% of all animal species. These animals are characterized and known for lacking a backbone. There are many living organisms in the soil. This is called biodiversity. Without biodiversity, life on Earth would be impossible or will be significantly impaired. “Biodiversity encompasses all of the species, food chains, and biological patterns in the environmental system as small as a microcosm or large landscape or a geographic region” (Paoletti). The diversity of

  • Cause Of Biodiversity

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    • The main cause of the loss of biodiversity can be attributed to the influence of human beings on the world’s ecosystem, In fact human beings have deeply altered the environment, and have modified the territory, exploiting the species directly, for example by fishing and hunting, changing the biogeochemical cycles and transferring species from one area to another of the Planet. • The threats to biodiversity can be summarized in the following main points: o Alteration and loss of the habitats: the

  • The Importance Of Biodiversity

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    Biodiversity is the variety of all plants and animals (species of different flora, fauna and micro-organisms and their genes) and the ecosystem (terrestrial and aquatic) in which they live. It supplies humans with goods and services vital for living (CBD 2010) which are the basic needs such as food, fresh water, clean air, and timber for shelter, fiber for clothing, fuel and medicine. These also provide cultural services that include aesthetic, spiritual, recreational and educational (MEA 2003).

  • Biodiversity Quiz

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    Study the information about that biodiversity hotspot that you have chosen. Then answer the following questions 1. Which biodiversity hotspot did you choose to write about? (Give the name) The biodiversity I have chosen to write about is defending natures' hotspots for people and prosperity. 2. Where is it located? (Give the world, region, and country) The world area where located region called horn of Africa. Information, results show the arid Horn of Africa has been a renowned source of biological

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