"Flora And Fauna" Essays and Research Papers

  • Flora And Fauna

    Alexandra Vallarino Ricardo Acosta ENGL 101 16 November 2010 Promoting Conservation of Fauna and Flora Let’s take a look at our country. Panama is the tiny piece of land that joins North and South America. Our position in the globe gives us a climate and a type of land that holds a rich biodiversity of tropical species of both fauna and flora. Nowadays, ‘Panama is turning into a little Miami’, some people would say. There are many projects to build up the city; and in the recent years, the government...

    Biodiversity, Biology, Conservation biology 1419  Words | 4  Pages

  • Australia's Unique Flora and Fauna

    Australia’s unique flora and fauna Australia has over 1 million different native species. Australia’s unique variety of plants and wildlife has evolved as a result of our countries unique conditions. This is a result of Australia’s geographical isolation. From deserts to rainforests, mountains and plains; this environment has created unique animals suited to their environments. As a result: * Australia has 10% of the world’s biodiversity. * Out of 20,000 species of vascular plants 4 in 5...

    Australia, Echidna, Eucalyptus 896  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects of Human Activities on Flora and Fauna

    we will understand that the well-being of the environment and our survival are intricately woven into each other. Good morning respected teachers and my dear friends ...today I Nikita am going to speak about how human activities are affecting flora and fauna? We are facing a serious crisis in biodiversity, the variety of animals, plants and their habitats. We humans are part of this biological diversity and depend on it in many ways. The rate that animal and plant species are becoming extinct, and...

    Animal, Carbon dioxide, Global warming 964  Words | 3  Pages

  • Flora and Fauna

    | Flora and Fauna | | 10/3/2013 | | Outline Australia’s unique flora and fauna: Australia has a large variety of unique flora and fauna spread all over the continent, from coast to coast, including in the ocean. More than 80 per cent of the country’s flowering plants, mammals, reptiles and frogs are unique to Australia, along with most of its freshwater fish and almost half of its birds. Australia is home to more than 140 species of unique marsupials, including kangaroos, wallabies...

    Animal, Australia, Endangered species 2471  Words | 8  Pages

  • Why the Flora and Fauna of Australia so Unique

    Why is the flora and fauna of Australia so unique? Evolution is ultimately an unpredictable process. Although it can be predicted in the short term through knowledge of natural selection and inheritance, long term evolution is randomly altered by the interaction of highly variable factors. Such factors include the randomness of genetic diversity within a species and the process of natural selection acting upon this. Also significantly altering evolution is the unpredictable movement of tectonic...

    Biology, Charles Darwin, DNA 2150  Words | 6  Pages

  • Flora and Fauna

     Flora and Fauna There was nothing but trees. The sun was shining, slicing through the branches and leaves. It lightly hit and reflected onto the ground, creating small yellow circles that illuminated sticks and small stones. What seemed to be white particles floated through the air and were only visible within the rays of sun. They fell gently and slowly towards the soil-based ground. The river I sat in front of moved rapidly. The shallow water crashed into pebbles that were spread out. Across...

    The Rock 641  Words | 2  Pages

  • Australian Flora and Fauna

      Australia’s Flora and Fauna Using the internet and the websites provided, answer the following questions and complete the profile. Questions 1. Define the terms: * Flora Plants * Fauna Animals * Monotreme A primitive mammal which lays eggs. Marsupial A mammal of an order (Marsupialia) whose members are born incompletely developed and are typically carried and suckled in a pouch * Eucalyptus Fast-growing evergreen Australasian tree * Endemic (of a disease or...

    Australia, Kangaroo, Mammal 423  Words | 2  Pages

  • Fauna in Asia

    Fauna of Asia is all the animals living in Asia and its surrounding seas and islands. Since there is no natural biogeographic boundary in the west between Europe and Asia, the term "fauna of Asia" is somewhat elusive. Asia is the eastern part of the Palearctic ecozone (which in turn is part of the Holarctic), and its South-Eastern part belongs to the Indomalaya ecozone (previously called the Oriental region). Asia shows a notable diversity of habitats, with significant variations in rainfall, altitude...

    Asia, Central Asia, East Asia 2062  Words | 7  Pages

  • Flora and Fauna in the Philippines

    Flora and Fauna in Philippines Philippines Natural Resources Non Renewable Resources in Philippines Philippines Natural Resources Renewable Resources in Philippines Water Resources in Philippines The Philippines is one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, possessing more than 12,000 different species of plants, 560 recognized bird species, 180 species of terrestrial mammals, 250 reptiles, 400 species of coral, and 1,000 different fishes. A good percentage of these species are also...

    Deer, Endangered species, Manila 5845  Words | 16  Pages

  • Marine Flora

    Ocampo Marine Fauna * Are animals that inhabit the seas and oceans * Some marine animals subsequently transferred to life in fresh water and on dry land, giving rise to freshwater and terrestrial fauna. * Some vertebrates that returned to the marine environment have retained their ties to land, leaving the sea for reproduction (pinnipeds and sea turtles). * Some birds, such as penguins and albatrosses, are permanently bound to the ocean. * The most diverse marine fauna is that of...

    Animal, Aquatic ecology, Benthos 1338  Words | 6  Pages

  • Aquatic Flora of Pulicat Lake

    AQUATIC FLORA OF PULICAT LAKE, NELLORE DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH S.K.M.BASHA, E.RAJYALAKSHMI, P.UMA MAHESWARI NBKR Medicinal Plant Research Centre, Vidyanagar – 524413, SPSR, Nellore (Dt) Mail : drskmbasha@gmail.com, Swathisayani@yahoo.co.in ABSTRACT Aquatic plants are those which grows in or near water and are either emergent, submergent, suspened or floating type. They exists in two forms namely microphytes and macrophytes. Microphytes include...

    Andhra Pradesh, Aquatic ecology, Chennai 958  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Ediacaran Fauna

    geologists credited to their discovery. These small annelid worms ranged between one and three inches in length and had small horseshoe shaped heads. These worms resemble the modern Tomopteridae, which have heads similar to those of the Precambrian fauna, only wider. It now appears as though these marine worms are direct descendants from the ancient forms.<br><br>The Ediacaran organisms are a clear foreshadowing of one of the most dramatic events in all of life's history-the rapid expansion of shell-bearing...

    Animal, Cambrian, Cambrian explosion 1239  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ocean Acidification: Consequences on Flora and Fauna

    Chelsea Zeller Dr. Andre Droxler ESCI 107 10 December 2012 Ocean Acidification: Consequences on Flora and Fauna The prosperity and health of our Earth is held within a delicate balance, a balance easily disrupted by any interference from natural and unnatural forces alike. The environment is currently in a state of gravely precarious instability pushed to this edge by careless human activity. The impacts within the atmosphere are evident – temperature changes, increased storm activity, and melting...

    Bicarbonate, Carbon, Carbon dioxide 2961  Words | 10  Pages

  • FLORA AND FAUNA – GRAMPIANS NATIONAL PARK

    Boronia- Boronia is a plant that generally grows in open forests or woodlands, it is rarely found in rainforests. This type of flora is known for its perfumed flowers. Boronia is difficult to grow in cultivation and belongs to the family ‘Rutacease’. Thryptomene Calycina- Thryptomene Calycina is commonly known as ‘Grampians thryptomene’, it grows 2 meters high. This flora is a species of shrub from the ‘Mrytacease’ family and is listed as ‘rare in Victoria’. Thryptomene Calycina has small leaves...

    Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Kangaroo, Marsupial 555  Words | 2  Pages

  • Normal Body Flora

    Normal Body Flora Other terms we use: * Normal body biota * Normal body microbiota * Normal body microflora Flora: The plant life characteristic of a special location. Can be macroflora or microflora. Microbiota: The combined microflora and microfauna characteristic of a special location. NORMAL FLORA = NORMAL BIOTA Healthy human beings (animals) develop intimate and complex relationships with microorganisms (usually BACTERIA &amp; FUNGI) which reside ON or WITHIN (IN) CERTAIN SITES...

    Bacteria, Candida albicans, Gut flora 781  Words | 4  Pages

  • Microbial Flora and Pathogenicity

    Microbial Flora & Microbial Pathogenicity There are many ways and at many levels a microorganisms can interact with humans. Microorganisms regularly found at any anatomical site are collectively referred to as normal flora. The normal flora present in the body is highly complex and consists of more than 200 species of bacteria. The residency of normal flora depends upon several factors, including age, genetics, sex, nutrition and diet of the person. Therefore, humans have a mutualistic relationship...

    Bacteria, Bacteriology, Escherichia coli 1540  Words | 5  Pages

  • Flora

    In the fictional memoir,Maestro, Peter Goldworthy illustrates the impossibility of reaching perfection. The protagonist, Paul Crabbe, uses ten years to fulfill his dream of becoming a concert pianist, but ultimately only to become an academic in Melbourne. His failure is caused by his flawed personality and his inherent human limitation. Paul’s teacher, Eduard Keller, the ‘maestro’, is a damaged individual. His high status in music does not give him a perfect life, as his wife and son are killed...

    Accept, Anna Goldsworthy, Maestro 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • "Explain How Biological Isolation, Geological Stability and Erratic Climate Make the Australian Continent and Its Flora and Fauna so Unique.”

    explain how everything in Australia and everything in it. Biological isolation shows how the flora and fauna can easily adapt, in the isolation from other previously connected continents. The geological stability has been quite common in recent years for Australia, because Australia is in the middle of a tectonic plate. An erratic climate affect majorly on reproductive cycles and the survival rate of flora and fauna. These factors have shaped Australian environments uniqueness. Biological isolation...

    Australia, Continent, Continental drift 579  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Short Story of Flora Thompson

    COUNTRY LIVING LAR OMPSO CAN K RISE N: DLE T FOR O D TH FLO RA WH THE GHT EELWR ’S S I HO P GEO R STU GE RT October 27th, 2008 e-mail: alexandra_zielinska@mac.com Who was She? A SHORT STORY OF FLORA JANE THOMPSON (1876-1947) Awriter, she was born in Juniper Hill, a hamlet in north-east Oxfordshire, on 5 December 1876, the eldest child in the family of four daughters and two sons of Albert Timms, a stonemason, originally from Buckingham, and his wife Emma, a nursemaid, daughter...

    Cottisford, Flora Thompson, George Sturt 1064  Words | 5  Pages

  • Flora and Ulysses Paper

    English 305 15 May 2014 Flora and Ulysses Every year, the John Newbery Medal is awarded to the author who makes the most esteemed contribution to American literature for children. Well-renowned author of many children novels, Kate DiCamillo’s Flora and Ulysses makes a splash in the literary world. Straying away from the conventional storylines of children books yet still retaining elements that appeal to many young readers, DiCamillo challenges her creativity to entertain the idea of a young...

    Family, Fiction, John Newbery 1909  Words | 3  Pages

  • Flora Literary Criticism

    Flora, Neil Kenneth R. BSENG4A Romanticism A Movement Across The Arts Romanticism  -(also the Romantic era or the Romantic period) was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that...

    God, Romanticism 2406  Words | 5  Pages

  • Primary Succession & Species Diversity of Flora on Mount St. Helens, 32 Years Post-Eruption

    Geoff Hibbs May 4, 2012 Primary Succession & Species Diversity of Flora on Mount St. Helens, 32 Years PostEruption On May 18 1980, Mount St. Helens, a stratovolcano in western Washington, erupted. The eruption scoured the slopes of the volcano removing vegetation and soil from the vicinity of the mountain. 32 years after the eruption, vegetation has returned to the mountain. The author’s main interest in this field is the methods by which vascular plants re-establish themselves after cataclysmic...

    1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Cascade Range, Cascade Volcanoes 1910  Words | 5  Pages

  • FLORA IN INDIA

     FLORA IN INDIA The flora of India is one of the richest of the world due to a wide range of climate, topology and environments in the country. It is thought there are over 15000 species of flowering plants in India, which account for 6 percent of the total plant species in the world. Due to the wide range of climatic conditions, India holds rich variety of flora that no other country can boast of. India covers more than 45,000 species of flora, out of which there are several species that are...

    Biodiversity, Botany, Endangered species 599  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ecosystem Preservation Versus Conservation

    could easily bring an end to any flora or fauna that might possibly exist within that ecosystem. The flora and fauna will naturally regulate itself through the combined effects of natural native enemies and the weather. One important pro point to ecosystem preservation is that not all ecosystems are identical, as some will contain more flora and fauna than others will. It is especially beneficial if the smaller ecosystems become breached and certain fauna and flora should have their numbers diminish...

    Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Effective population size 725  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ecosystem Preservation and Conservation

    any particular flora or fauna that may solely thrive within that ecosystem. In my opinion it is an excellent example of "Natural Regulation" or the action of nature without intervention by man. By not interfering with the ecosystem it will be able to regulate the flora and fauna through the combined effects of weather and natural native enemies. One of the pros of ecosystem preservation is that not all ecosystems are created the same or blessed with the same amount of flora or fauna which in layman's...

    Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Effective population size 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Normal Flora

    Normal flora are found in specific areas of the body and often depends on environmental factors such as pH, oxygen concentration, amount of moisture present, etc. Some sites in which native microbial is the skin in which you often find staphylococci, streptococci, diptheriod bacilli, yeast and fungi. You often find staphylococci, streptococci, diotheriod, spirochetes, and members of the genera Branhamella, Neisseria, and Haemophilus in the throat or the upper respiratory tract. In this exercise,...

    Agar plate, Bacteria, Cotton swab 584  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Environmental Impacts of 2010 Taipei Internatinal Flora Expo

    THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF 2010 TAIPEI INTERNATINAL FLORA EXPO ABSRTRACT Nowadays as the issues of environmental sustainability have been a heated theme in the event industry, environmental impacts caused by major events are always examined through a bias lens and they are widely believed to be directly bound up with the host surroundings. When realizing the importance of sustainable development, many large-scale festivals such as Olympic Games and Glastonbury Music Festival are striving...

    Ecology, Environment, Environmental movement 2958  Words | 8  Pages

  • William Baxter’s Anthropocentric Justification Regarding Regulation of Pollution

    the issue of pollution, using a human-oriented method by which all value assigned to flora and fauna is dependent on each entity’s benefits to humans. In this essay I will briefly explain Baxter’s anthropocentric approach, attempt to show the flaws in Baxter’s arguments, examine his possible recourse after revisiting these points, and then conclude by restating my stance regarding the importance of flora and fauna and the immorality of environmental pollution. Pollution is immoral not only because...

    Animal, Cell, Meaning of life 1598  Words | 5  Pages

  • Climate Change

    precipitation over time is due to natural variability or to human activity. It is also caused by accumulation of greenhouse effects (Arrhenius, 1896). Should we as humans let this problem worsen? Climate change will affect everything including humans, flora and fauna, and the environment. One of the effects of climate change is how it will affect the people. Climate change will have a huge impact on the people’s health. The health of the people will be affected mostly by air pollution and respiratory problems...

    Climate, Climate change, Ecosystem 1422  Words | 4  Pages

  • Coral Reefs

    known for their beautiful coral. They are also attractions in most Caribbean islands. ← Coral reefs are breeding grounds for fish. ← They are a food supply as well as a habitat for flora and fauna. ← They add to biodiversity which is important. Flora and fauna for example flora and fauna have medicinal ad economic value. Some have been known to secrete substances to protect themselves from predators and these chemicals have been found to be medicinally useful to humans. ...

    Algae, Caribbean, Cnidaria 949  Words | 5  Pages

  • Field Trip Report: Arbi Falls

    OBJECTIVE:- “To study a wetland ecosystem and observe the flora and fauna around Manipal.” LOCATION:- Co-ordinates: 13°20'11"N   74°47'36"E FLORA AND FAUNA:- Having a wide range of flora and fauna, the southern side of Manipal, frankly, is full of greenery. With a host bird species, butterflies, insects, snakes, cattle and other such animal species, the Dasrath Nagar area of Manipal can also boast about its variety in flora with a range of trees, ‘Acacia’, ‘Cashew’, etc. being the...

    Fall, Field, Life 589  Words | 7  Pages

  • Wildlife: Biodiversity and Indian Wild Ass

    AND PRESERVATION India’s flora and fauna is matchless. In richness, variety and abundance it has hardly any parallel. India’s great latitudinal spread, encompassing a wide range of temperature conditions, makes it rich and varied in flora and fauna. The number of species of flowering plants in the country is about 15,000. There are about 35,000 non-flowering plants.The rich variety of fauna is in direct relation to the abundance and opulence of the flora. Both are inter-linked and interdependent...

    Biodiversity, Bird, Conservation biology 770  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tropical Cyclones & Floods & Droughts

    fatalities and tropicals lows of flooding. A drought is a period of dry weather, especially a long one that injurious to crops. An example of a drought in Australia is one which lasted 12 years killing much of Australia's flora and fauna and destroying much land. Tropical Cyclones: Tropical Cyclones are a very horrific situation to be in they have many impacts and consequences that come with the fear of this natural disaster. The impacts of Tropical Cyclones...

    Basic meteorological concepts and phenomena, Cyclone, Extratropical cyclone 827  Words | 3  Pages

  • Outdoors

    ⁃ Pangaea ⁃ 160 million years ago Pangaea split forming Laurasia and Gondwana 3 factors that have influenced the evolution of Australia… Biological Isolation: Flora and fauna has been able to adapt over millions of years in isolation. It has been able to adapt without the influence of predators. That is why Australian fauna is very susceptible to introduced species. EG. The fact that Kangaroos have roamed around for many years without predators. Geological Isolation: Due to the land...

    Animal, Australia, Flora 982  Words | 5  Pages

  • Art Assignment Word

    whilst also addressing various eco-logical issues including the conservation of endangered species as well as the constant changing process of the Australian environment. Arriving in Australia in 1976, Wolseley predominantly explores how various flora and fauna develop, grow and survive in this vast, barren and often sublime landscape. Through Wolseley’s artworks, Botanist’s Camp and Bladderwort species II – Giraween flood plain, and his unique use of materials, Wolseley explores the Australian landscape...

    Biodiversity, Cultural landscape, Ecosystem 1752  Words | 5  Pages

  • Biodiversity: One Small Step for Man, a Giant Leap for Future Generations

    where plants and animals (flora and fauna) as well as other living and non-living organisms help each other in their daily survival, whether it is for food, shelter, or a living habitat. Forests and lakes are examples of ecosystems; a forest has flora (vegetation) and fauna (animals) depend on one another for their survival. To elaborate, some animals, herbivores mainly, depend on the flora for their food, and other animals including squirrels and such depend on the flora for their shelter. In return...

    Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Ecosystem ecology 1892  Words | 6  Pages

  • Land Clearing

    irreversible clearance and can destroy an entire ecosystem causing environmental threats, such as green house gas emissions, a rise in soil salinity, the destruction of natural habitats for animals, the decrease and even extinction in indigenous flora and fauna, as well as erosion. Extensive land clearing is a problem in Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. History For the most part, land clearing has been utilized to make way for agricultural and urban development. In the past, governments and...

    Agriculture, Animal, Carbon dioxide 1607  Words | 6  Pages

  • Grassland Biomes

    are known as savannahs and they experience dry and wet seasons. The weather remains warm throughout the year. Task 3: Flora and Fauna of grasslands. The flora and fauna of grasslands are dependent on the geographical location, climatic conditions and soil type. The flora and fauna of grasslands have a symbiotic relationship because they are vital to the survival of one another. More than 80 species...

    Biome, Grassland, Plant 1430  Words | 3  Pages

  • Natural Vegetation

    -The virgin vegetation, which are purely Indian are known as endemic or indigenous species but those which have come from outside India are termed as exotic plants. Flora- The term flora is used to denote plants of a particular region or period. Fauna- the species of animals are referred to as fauna. This huge diversity in flora and fauna kingdom is due to the following factors. RELIEF Land Land affects the natural vegetation directly and indirectly. The nature of land influences the type of vegetation...

    Animal, India, Plant 1770  Words | 5  Pages

  • Biology : Dynamic Ecosystem

    enforce stricter rules in preserving and conserving wildlife. Conservation of flora and fauna is key to maintain the ecosystems, and there are cultural, ethical, aesthetic and economic reasons to conserve species. Proper punishment should be given to the illegal loggers and illegal poachers to prevent them from continuously destroying our unique flora and fauna. By maintaining healthy and conducive environment, our flora and fauna can continue to flourish and the future generations would have opportunity...

    Animal, Biology, Ecology 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Envirnment and Its Problems

    and effective waste management techniques as the waste generated cannot be reduced easily. With increasing population, wastes generated are only going to increase. Loss of Wildlife      Wildlife includes the flora and fauna present in the forests. Flora is the collections of plants and fauna, the collection of animals. Precious plants and animals are becoming extinct or endangered as a result of clearing of the forests. The forests are home to many precious species of plants and animals. Conservation...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Natural environment 981  Words | 4  Pages

  • Risk of Climate Change

    end of the 21st century will exceed the most temperature recorded in the history (Battistic and Rosmand, 2009). Should we as humans let this problem worsen? Or else climate change will effect or give risk towards everything including humans, flora and fauna, and the environment Risk and Impact One of the risks of climate change is how it will affect the people. Climate change will have a huge impact on the people’s health. The health of the people will be affected mostly by air pollution and respiratory...

    Carbon dioxide, Climate, Climate change 2302  Words | 7  Pages

  • Relationship Between Flora & Elfine in Cold Comfort Farm

    explore how Gibbons presents the relationships between Flora and Elfine in this extract. In the run up to this extract, we get insight to Flora’s first experience at Cold Comfort Farm; we are introduced to the characters of Adam and Judith along with Flora’s perception of them. However during this particular extract we witness an introduction to Elfine, Flora’s cousin and the way in which the two react and behave upon first meeting. We also see Flora beginning to plan out what needs to be done with...

    Brief Encounter, Cold Comfort Farm, Mind 734  Words | 2  Pages

  • Distinctive Australian Vision Speech Script

    positive relationship between man and nature, flora and fauna. Second is the belief that man and nature coexist to mutually support each other and third is the importance of putting value in all living things, dead or alive, from the past or in the present. If Douglas Stewart was asked the reason behind all his poetry which greatly emphasizes on nature, his reply might be encapsulated in somewhere along the lines of “Because I love Australian flora and fauna more than anything in the whole wide world...

    Australia, Cave, Cave painting 1236  Words | 4  Pages

  • Waste Managemnet

    WASTE MANAGEMENT By Rahul Rajeevan PURPOSE To define a general procedure for reducing the adverse impact of construction and related activities on sensitive environmental resources – air, water, land & living creatures (both flora and fauna); SCOPE Applicable to all projects of XXX Division, including the  workshop,  labour accommodation  HO DEFINITION Waste management is the collection, transport, processing or disposal, managing and monitoring of waste materials. The...

    Hazardous waste, Pollution, Recycling 529  Words | 5  Pages

  • mangrove ecosystems

    Flora and Fauna: Of the recognized 110 species which live in mangroves, only about 54 species (in 20 genera from 16 families) make up the group of species that occur almost exclusively in mangrove habitats. Many of these species are found in the similar conditions to the tropical conditions of a wide range of salinity, tidal range, anaerobic...

    Australia, Avicennia germinans, Biodiversity 1433  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ecotourism

    Experience the breathtaking high wire adventure, with the perfect scenery of Nature climbing through restful botanical surroundings from one hilltop to another. Tourists are greeted with the scent of forest, the brilliant display of diverse flora and fauna, the melodious singing of birds and cluster of exotic plants while travelling through the canopy trails. Marvel at the charm of the forest canopy, the refreshing cool clear pools at the base of the exhilarating waterfalls and defy gravity by climbing...

    Ilocos Region, Luzon, Pangasinan 542  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of Drought on Aquatic Biodiversity

    encounter periodically. Australia is a well known dry continent and is potentiated by low yearly rainfall. As drought progresses, water evaporation increases sharply which then decreases water levels on dams, rivers and creeks threatening the flora and fauna present in those ecosystem. “The augment in water temperature may also result in diminishing levels of Oxygen present in water and as a consequence the salinity of the water increases and could do an immense destruction on fish species” (Bond...

    Aquatic ecosystem, Arithmetic mean, Ecosystem 989  Words | 5  Pages

  • How the Human Population Effects Our Earth

    coming into this world, all of the diseases are spreading a lot more faster then the medicine that is coming out, our water supply is slowly reducing, we are cutting down so many trees and we don't even care whats lost in them so there goes our flora and fauna; there are also much less forests, As our Earth's population grows, making our lives fit to how our current live styles are nowadays-what with all the new technology and the need for using up the resources so quickly to keep the human race going-is...

    Demography, Earth, Food security 1444  Words | 3  Pages

  • Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

    sanctuaries in India, covering nearly 4.5% of the total geographical area of the country. Scattered all across the country, these sanctuaries and parks attracts the tourists with their beautiful landscapes, amazing rock formation and diverse range of flora and fauna. Most of these sanctuaries were originally private hunting grounds of the former Indian aristocratic families.  Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan The Ranthambore National Park is one of the last sanctuaries where the Royal Bengal Tiger roams...

    India, Madhya Pradesh, National parks of India 1343  Words | 5  Pages

  • Australian Physical Environment

    went to the sky( created moon, sun and stars) * The others stayed on earth and created the natural world * The spirits shaped the land and created more spirits who then created the flora and fauna, including human life. * They believe that these spirits never died but life on in the flora and fauna, around them. * This dreaming belief is sacred to the Aboriginal people as they believe that there is a spiritual link between them and the land( who are supposedly the spirits. *...

    Australia, Continent, Europe 1185  Words | 4  Pages

  • Biodiversity and Conservation of Seshachalam Hills

    ranges and perennial streams and water falls since times immemorial. This area is not properly explored due to prohibition because the holy shrine of Lord Sri Venkateswara or Balaji situated here. Present study aims at the detailed survey of flora and fauna of Seshachalam Hill Range for the assessment of Biodiversity which is important to formulate appropriate conservation strategies. Key Words - Seshachalam Hill Range – Biodiversity – Conservation INTRODUCTION Biodiversity defines the...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Endangered species 1404  Words | 5  Pages

  • Wildlife Protection in India

    Wikipedia contributor of 18,000 edits We now accept ₹ (INR) Wildlife of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Part of a series on | Wildlife of India | | Biodiversity[show]Flora and Fauna Molluscs · Ants · Odonates Butterflies · Moths · Spiders Fish · Amphibians · Reptiles · Birds Mammals · Endangered species | Protected areas[show]Protected areas (List) National parks Biosphere reserves Wildlife sanctuaries Ramsar wetland sites Conservation...

    Biodiversity, Fauna of India, India 1770  Words | 7  Pages

  • Killarney National Park

    Objectives of being a National Park National parks play a major role in protecting and managing our environment by preserving certain areas in Ireland and the rest of the world. National parks protect species of flora and fauna as well as protecting the soil and waterways. They provide a habitat and environment for natural species without human interference. National parks are important for our future because if some species are depleted or become extinct they will endanger our survival.  National...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, County Kerry 1261  Words | 4  Pages

  • Terrestrial

    seas 5. Intermontane Basins Flora -Deserts have a reputation for supporting very little life, but in reality deserts often have high biodiversity. Some desert flora include: 1. Shrubs 2. Prickly Pears 3. Desert Holly 4. Brittlebush. Most desert plants are drought- or salt-tolerant, and are called xerophytes. Fauna Desert fauna include animals that remain hidden during daylight hours to control body temperature or to limit moisture needs. Some fauna includes the kangaroo, rat,...

    Antarctica, Desert, Earth 717  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Relative Importance of Physical and Human Factors in Causing Change in Ecosystems

    high mark. The further in land you travel across the sand dunes the more densely the vegetation become and the wider the variety of species that grow there become. This is because the fore dunes have many physical factors which inhibit the growth of flora; there is little soil with almost no shelter from wind or the sun. This means that only very few species can establish and survive here, in sand dune ecosystems the pioneer species is often Marram grass. The growth of the Marram grass changes the physical...

    Ammophila, Biodiversity, Dune 911  Words | 3  Pages

  • wildlife conservation

    The purpose of wildlife conservation is to protect wild flora and fauna against the encroachment of expanding human activity. The planet’s human population grew by 1.6 billion people, between 1990 and 2010 (30% growth rate). The ever increasing amount of commercial activity that this brings with associated use and abuse of the earth’s resources damages the prospects of survival of wild flora and fauna. Let’s pray for a change in humankind’s relationship with wildlife. Photos: cut tree: by Mara...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 998  Words | 6  Pages

  • normal flora microbiology

    and neuropathies. Acid Fast Stain: For Mycolic Acid Mycobacteria Nocardia is partially acid fast and Gram + Cryptosporidium is protozoa that is partially acid fast. Only the pathogen will be pink, everything else will be blue. NORMAL FLORA Gram + or Gram - ?? If the part of the body that is affected is EXPOSED TO O2 → Gram + Aerobe But if Hiding from O2 → Gram + Anaerobe If part of the body that is affected is NOT EXPOSED TO O2 → Gram – Anaerobe If in both locations with or without...

    Bacteria, Escherichia coli, Fever 7217  Words | 34  Pages

  • the use of setting in Judith Beveridges Wolf Notes

    a written representation of restriction and awareness of which is depicted by natures movement, and its similarities to people; and lastly Exsanguination illustrates suffering and the understanding of vulnerability and karma through a marshes flora and fauna. Beveridge’s Dawn is a poem regarding awareness conveyed through the very simple features of nature. Setting is a commonly chosen subject when dealing with awareness or meditation due to its trait of always being present, arising from its...

    Fiction, Judith Beveridge, Linguistics 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Topographical Classification

    goddess Ganga in Hinduism. It has also been important historically: many former provincial or imperial capitals (such as Patliputra, Kannauj, Kara, Kashi, Allahabad, Murshidabad, Munger, Baharampur and Kolkata) have been located on its banks. Flora The plants that grow along the banks of Ganga and her tributaries play an important role in the diverse ecosystems the river supports. Not only do the plants rely on the Ganga for water, but they also play an important role in nutrient and water conservation...

    Amazon Basin, Amazon River, Bay of Bengal 1370  Words | 4  Pages

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