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Discussion: Extinctions and Endangered Species In this module’s discussion, we w

Discussion: Extinctions and Endangered Species In this module’s discussion, we will learn about the economic and ecological impact of habitat loss on the island country of Micronesia. The Federated States of Micronesia is a country spread across the western Pacific Ocean comprising over 600 islands. Micronesia is made up of 4 island states: Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk and Yap. Watch the following video link about climate changes in Micronesia: http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/asset/prcc12_vid_mctprob1/ As you watch the video, focus on how life has changed…

For lab report 2, you will be determining whether there are differences in habit

For lab report 2, you will be determining whether there are differences in habitat types for a number of community measures. The three habitat types are: 1) rock 2) sand 3) tide pool The images were taken earlier this fall by our TA Jessica while in Alaska. See Habitat pics in Moodle for the images you will use. In each folder you will find one pic of the entire square quadrat (area in which you sample data) and multiple close-ups…

write 6 double spaced pages about freshwater wetland. what is freshwater wetland

write 6 double spaced pages about freshwater wetland. what is freshwater wetland and where is it found what is its important and what are the animals and plants found there. using the given articles please, explain the biological interaction that happens between the organisms, explain the plants, animals, and microbes that live within the area of freshwater wetland. write background information about the freshwater wetland, the ecosystem (where are they found? What are the physical conditions that, define the ecosystem?…

* The report has to talk about the effect of salinity in the plant growth and th

* The report has to talk about the effect of salinity in the plant growth and the size of the leafs and length of stem with explanation , Also it has to talk about the competitive between the plants and how it is related to the length of the root and shoot also if the salinity has something related to do with it. *It will be provided to you an Excel with table of calculation of our experiment with the…

Module 1 – SLP DEFINING AND MEASURING BIODIVERSITY Overview In response to the v

Module 1 - SLP DEFINING AND MEASURING BIODIVERSITY Overview In response to the variable effects of conservation efforts and loss of biodiversity, zoos began to turn their attention to the conservation of endangered species and wildlife in the 1970s and 1980s. Supporting conservation efforts became an important goal for the modern zoo. A major milestone towards this goal was the Convention on Biodiversity which was signed at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. As the modern zoo…

Discussion: Biodiversity and Human Sustainability Controlling the loss of biodiv

Discussion: Biodiversity and Human Sustainability Controlling the loss of biodiversity requires international legislation. The willingness to participate in conservation initiatives varies from country to country and is dependent on economics, and social and political views. Most tropic biomes are located in countries where there are conflicts between exploration of resources and sustainability. Recent research suggests that rich, developed countries are frequently doing the least to conserve biodiversity. Choose any two countries (options can be found in the links below), and…

Module 1 – Case DEFINING AND MEASURING BIODIVERSITY Assignment Overview As we co

Module 1 - Case DEFINING AND MEASURING BIODIVERSITY Assignment Overview As we continue to develop the relationship between economics and our natural world, we will focus on one concept that is studied regularly in ecology and has become very important in both economics and the sustainability of our planet: biodiversity. In order to understand the significance of economic principles in the biodiversity of our world, you must first understand what biodiversity describes. The following overview of biodiversity was adapted from…

Read the questions carefully. Explore data and literature available to you onlin

Read the questions carefully. Explore data and literature available to you online carefully to craft complete essays. Submit your exam as a single MS Word (.docx) document on Blackboard. Always use your own words. NO direct quotes from other sources.1. Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs) seem to be becoming more common. Briefly describe three zoonotic EIDs that have their origins in wildlife (rather than domestic animals) and have impacted the USA for the first time within the last 25 years. Tell…