Biodiversity is measured in terms of attributes that explore the quality of nature; richness and evenness of the living organisms within an ecological niche.
This study dedicated to the estimation of the benthic ecosystem biodiversity and its dependence on environmental features of the ecosystem. It is known that the composition of benthic invertebrates strongly depends on the characteristics of [...]
Apart from that, the paper is going to speculate on the most and least diverse species in the local area. The biodiversity can be measured in terms of the number of different species in the [...]
The purpose of this paper is the analysis of ecospheres in the Whitewater Preserve and the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The Whitewater River is the primary source of the surface water and sand in the [...]
However, at the moment, they could be considered important scientific and research centers that investigate the current situation related to species and create conditions needed for their survival and further preservation.
The recent findings in the wildlife populations' research demonstrate that the restoration of wolves in the Adirondack Park may positively influence regional development and may contribute to the improvement of the environmental condition.
In the research that was conducted, it clearly indicates that the intended ecological purpose that led to the introduction of the species in the region was not the same reason as to why the species [...]
With this goal in mind, the European powers were forced to look for wood supplies from different parts of the globe.
Nonetheless, this effect does not appear immediately but in the course of several years with the increase in the population of the invasive species. The cane toad is one of the representatives of invasive species [...]
With the use of modern water supply systems and technology, it would be possible to build massive gardens and influence the region's climate on a larger scale.
This essay's primary objective is to trace and evaluate the impact of climate change on biological diversity through the lens of transformations in the marine and forest ecosystems and evaluation of the agricultural sector both [...]
The quality of our water resources depends on many factors that include but not limited to; flows, the rate and the timing of run offs, and the ability of water sheds to assimilate wastes and [...]
The tectonic forces that led to the detachment of the continents led to the annihilation of over 90% of the earth's species.
These species disrupt the habitat of the area, creating imbalance and, thus, leading to the extinction of the local species, deterioration of the land, and the following economic issues caused by the lack of the [...]
If this argument is projected, then it means that the ability of the earth to sustain the future man depends on the practices that are conducted in the natural environment by the current man.
A freshwater localized ecosystem consists of plants and animals of all kinds. Basically, the cycle of both living and non-living organism within a freshwater lake is interrelated and continuous.
Since the concept of sustainability is at the centre of this analysis, the understanding of the challenges that prevent the effectiveness of sustainable forest management depends on the grasp of the concept of sustainability.
The use of native species of trees is seen as the most effective strategy to effectively restore biodiversity in the area.
The analysis of the current and the historical landscape in the East Cascades of the Washington State will possibly help determine the pattern of the landscape development, as well as set the strategy for the [...]
The first section is the introduction and the causes of mangrove ecosystems loss in the world. The perception of the people towards the mangroves is caused by lack of knowledge about the usefulness of the [...]
All the companies involved in the manufacturing and distribution of a product form a business ecosystem. The productivity of a company can be used to determine how healthy a business ecosystem is.
Speaking of the data sources that the authors of the two articles in question use for their papers, it is necessary to stress that Miller and Morrice tend to use various data sources in their [...]
Because of the factors of humans' lives and the effect which they have on the nature, the climate change which is happening at the moment has a harmful effect on the wildlife and on the [...]
The main reason cited for the support of sustainable development is the impact it has on the environment and the communities nearby.
There is need of maintaining integrity of the eco-system through establishment of wide range and even distribution of forest structures, species composition as well as biological diversity. In this case, the quality of life is [...]
In general, the diversity of species includes both the richness and evenness of species. Evenness compares the resemblance of the size of population of individual species within the litter sample.
This means that all creatures in the world belong to the ecosystem because they are related in one way or the other.
In this latter case, the conditions inhibit the recovery of the original forest and can lead to a different ecosystem. One of the human activities that are proving to be a dangerous threat to tropical [...]
Beneficial soil organisms such as earthworms, mites, nematodes, woodlice among others are some of the soil living organisms that are adversely affected by introduction of genetically engineered organisms in the ecosystem since they introduce toxins [...]
Conservation measures should therefore be aimed at preserving the vegetation so as to provide a habitat for the wildlife One way of conserving the reserve would be to transfer the lions and dogs and some [...]
Sequentially, in the endeavor to determine what type of an activity to be dedicated to a land, it is proper to comprehend how the activity would work towards maintaining an excellent ecosystem's functionality.
It is the "sum total of all biotic variation from the level of genes to ecosystems" according to Andy Purvus and Andy Hector in their article entitled "Getting the Measure of Diversity" which appeared in [...]
In order to elaborate on this wastage of energy, we would estimate the amount of energy wasted annually in a Canadian family in this manner.
That is why, it is necessary to develop the programs and regulations according to which hunting in relation to the Gray Wolf of Michigan should be prohibited; killing animals in the situations of the conflicts [...]
Melbourne occupies the South-Eastern part of Australia and borders the ocean.based on the Koppen climate classification model, the climate of the area is described as oceanic.
Thus, the purpose of the investigation is to examine the biotic and abiotic components of the definite ecosystem found in the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, and to pay attention to the interactions between the components.
Finally, using the market to address the problem of deforestation and logging, the paper indicates the opportunities that can be assimilated to promote sound environmental practices that are equally sustainable while maximizing the returns to [...]
Basically, tourism occurs in two forms: "the journey to the destination and the stay including the activities at the destination". The impact of tourism on the ecosystem is usually evaluated in terms of an ecological [...]
Tourism is made up of two major components: "the journey to the destination and the stay including the activities at the destination".
Apart from the leaves and foliages, the primary consumers in the grass land ecosystem can also feed on the roots and backs of trees.3.
Thus, the extinction of wolves in our ecosystem will results in an increase in the ungulates population comprising of unhealthy and undesired preys. With more wolves in an ecosystem, the number of ungulates will reduce.
This is also believed to be the cause of materialism in the society. It is, therefore, a movement that is driven by spending of huge sums of money on such things as advertisements without taking [...]
In addition, the article indicated that the nuclear power plant in Illinois affects the natural attributes of the environment due to the consequences of reacting components.
For example in a tropical rain forest, the main producers can be the lianas, the consumers are herbivores and carnivores and the decomposers are the detritivores. This shows the feeding preference of each of the [...]
Tourism can lead to interference and destruction of the wildlife ecosystem, leading to decrease in the population of the animals and degradation of their habitats.
Water is a dense medium, and thus plants living in water have a weak shaft for supporting the foliage and the upperparts of the plant.
It is however important to mention that the severity of the damage caused by oil spills depends on a wide range of factors including but not limited to the season and weather, type and quantity [...]
Rolston states that people should understand that dichotomy of people and nature is illusive as people are a part of nature.
The main burden to eco systems is the pressure imposed by the consumption and waste management required to support the lifestyles of the affluent urban dwellers.
Moreover, human beings perceive that they are more superior to animal and other creatures in the world. Emotions are vital to human being and animals.
This work can be improved upon by ensuring that human development is not relegated to the sidelines as Crosby has argued.
The lower the level of the energy pyramid, the higher the number of the organisms. In the circumstances of a rainforest ecosystem, the primary producers occupy the bottom of the energy pyramid.
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the impacts of logging on the forest resources in Uganda and offer recommendations that can be used to mitigate and manage the identified impacts.
In deserts like the Baja desert, the major consumer of this vegetation is the Mule deer. This is especially true in the California desert of Baja.
The most affected part of the environment is the green areas. There is a good public access to the park with the presence of roads and residential neighborhood.
Synergy between the four components of the environment is crucial to the stability of the environment. In this regard, the lack of moral obligation in human beings when interacting with land amounts to a violation [...]
Sustainable horticulture makes of use farming systems that promote the health of community by taking care of the natural resources and balancing them with the needs of the prevailing market conditions.
A desert's is divided into abiotic and biotic components by structure; this in lay terms refers to non-living and living components of the ecosystem. This may lead to the destruction of the soil structure and [...]
The condition of hypoxia is created when algal biomass decompose leading to dissolution of oxygen in the water column. While, on the other hand, farming of Bluefin tuna leads to destruction of marine life as [...]
The growth of human settlement has resulted in various activities which affected the natural ecosystem of the preserve. The reduction in lions, bobcats, wolves and foxes, led to over population of deer.
With the experience BP had on such projects and its success in exploitation of renewable energy sources, the company did not put into place the right measures in order to take care of any disaster [...]
Picture 2: Some of the animal species I encountered in the park. I was interested to examine biodiversity of animal and plant species in the terrestrial, coastal and marine ecosystems within Asir national park.
For aquatic animals and plants, ice acts serves as a cover for aquatic ecosystem reducing the amount of energy, nutrients, and oxygen in the world of low temperatures.
The diversity in the supermarket shows up in the difference in roles of the 'species' in the ecology. The removal of the supermarket from the ecology complicates the arrangement between the suppliers and the customer.
The soil, plants and animals are three components of the terrestrial environment that need conservation in order to avoid depletion of natural resources or pollution of the environment.
The content will also include the threats facing the tropical rain forest, the impacts of the threats to the ecosystem and the possible solutions to the threats and the impacts of these solutions.