• Endangered Species
    Currently in Canada, there are 543 species at risk with another 13 species already extinct. Extinction is caused by habitat destruction, invasive species, pollution, and overexploitation (1). In 1997, a committee was established whose responsibility was to evaluate the status of wildlife at risk in Canada...
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  • Biodiveristy
    processes of which they are a part. Biodiversity can be divided into three categories. Genetic Diversity: refers to the variety of genes within a species Species Diversity: refers to the variety of living organisms within a region Ecosystem Diversity: refers to the variety of habitats, biotic communities...
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  • Chapter 18
    rate) * Causes are mostly by human activities * Habitat destruction * Overharvesting plant and animal populations * Results in growing interest in conserving biodiversity by setting aside areas that are protected from any human activities * Establishing national parks...
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  • Envirotoxins
    Carson’s book, Silent Spring. She proceeds to talk about why Envirotoxins (such as pesticides, DDT, and other herbicides) are extremely harmful to the human body, wildlife, and can destroy different ecosystems and natural habitats. I absolutely agree with Carson and took the approach to find and use other...
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  • Extinction and Its Impacts
    ceasing of a species to exist on this Earth. A species officially becomes extinct when all of the species no longer exists. A species is to become certainly extinct when there is an extremely small number of it and it is unable to reproduce to create more of itself. Therefore, we say a species is in for...
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  • Gram Positive Unknown Report
    Endangered Species and The Asian Elephant Many of our animals today are becoming extinct or endangered at an alarming rate, which has not occurred since their beginnings. I will cover various aspects of extinct and endangered species including definitions, the protection programs. Next I will...
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  • Pollution
    ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES What is Environmental Science? It is the science of understanding how the world works at the level of the natural environment, i.e. how the natural environment regenerates natural resources and how this regenerative capacity is being affected by human activities. In the disputes...
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  • 1973 Endangered Species Act Research Topic
    Research Topic 2 – 1973 Endangered Species Act (ESA) Date: April 4, 2013 Background Statement: The Endangered Species Act of 1973 provides a program for the conservation of threatened and endangered plants and animals and the habitats in which they are found and deals with the perseveration...
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  • Sustaining Wildlife Environments
    on the Endangered Species list…........….... 2 Definitions – The difference between endangered and extinct..................... 2 The known causes for the crisis of endangered species………………........ 2 Animals in Florida that have become extinct……………………………… 3 Animals on the endangered species list and...
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  • Mitigation Tactics for Endangered Species
    for Endangered Species Since the seventeenth century, more than 700 known species of plants and animals have become extinct.  Species extinctions and endangerment is occurring at a rate that is 100 to 1000 times higher than it should be [1]. There have been over 1890 foreign and domestic species on the...
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  • Mastering Concepts
    Concepts 39.1 1. What is the value of diversity to humans and to ecosystems as a whole? Humans and ecosystems as a whole depend upon many diverse organisms to survive. Biodiversity is necessary for the health of Earth’s food chains and food webs (some of which include humans), maintenance of its...
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  • Endangered Wildlife
    game hunting, environmental pollution and human encroachment into habitats, more and more species of animals are becoming endangered every day. It is society's duty to discover the source of the problem as well as find solutions for them in order to sustain what precious wildlife is left. By instigating...
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  • Change Project
    problem comes in once the equal balance becomes disturbed.  At Tyson Lagoon, located in Fremont, California, the equilibrium of the native fish to non-native fish is gone.  Dr. Blueford states, “some of the non-natives are so aggressive they kill the other species” (Blueford).  The lagoon is filled with...
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  • The Science Shtuff
    9:00 a.m. on Friday January 26, 2007 Lab Activity 1 - Relationships and Biodiversity In this lab, students are introduced to classification and the importance of biodiversity. Organisms are according to similar characteristics. Some of these characteristics are physical (structural) and others are Biodiversity...
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  • Planet Philippines
    the diverse Philippine landscape, seascape, and underground terrain. The film began with our daily activities (eating, drinking, and sleeping) and all of us became busy because of these activities, but little did we know that all of us are connected to one environment that even though it seems far...
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  • Cloning
    Cloning From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For the cloning of human beings, see Human cloning. For other uses, see Cloning (disambiguation). The sea anemone, Anthopleura elegantissima in process of cloning Cloning in biology is the process of similar producing populations...
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  • Human impact on biodiversity and ecosystem loss
    Human impact on biodiversity and ecosysytem loss Magdaléna Jilečková The English College in Prague Abstract Biodiversity and ecosystem are crucial issues that have an impact to the human well-being now and in the future...
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  • Hola
    Curus grows very slowly and is on the endangered species list, so its ability to provide Curol in large quantities is limited. Species that are more closely related to Botana curus are more likely to produce the important substance Curol. Three similar plant species that are plentiful (X, Y, and Z) may...
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  • Environmental Science Exam
    water and electricity for a. one of every ten people in the United States Question 7 To reduce flooding risks, an environmentalist is most likely to choose a. floodplain management Question 8 President Barack Obama wants the United States to e. lead the way in creating a new international...
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  • Conservation of Wildlife
    Wildlife Conservation in My Country In Malaysia, just like elsewhere the modern world, many species of wildlife are disappearing fast, and conservation measures are needed to prevent animals and plants from vanishing for good. Habitat destruction is a main part of the problem but many animals are...
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