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Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 9.

America Quinine for malaria treatment Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Rosy periwinkle Values of Species Diversity  Recreational pleasure value  Eco-tourism >$500/in exotic species  Amended to give private landowners economic incentive to save species Case Study: Controversy over the U.S. Endangered Species Act (4)  ESA protect endangered marine reptiles and mammals  Challenges to protecting marine species Limited knowledge of species Difficulty in/


Chapter 21.1 Biodiversity and Conservation.  ~2million different species have been identified and named  Biologists theorize that there may be hundreds.

(WWF) based 2011 Holiday advertisement around its Adopt-A- Tiger campaign  Less inclusion of invertebrates, protists Endangered species  2011 estimates suggest that the global population of all tiger species is about 5000.  In India, the pressure on the remaining tiger population is intense due to a rapidly expanding population  In China, tiger products are valued as a cure to a variety of illness, so organized poaching/


In Class Assignment Biomes Name:___________________ ____________ contains widely scattered clumps of trees such as acacia which are covered with thorns,

endangered and threatened species? Endangered species: wild species with so few individual survivors that the species could soon become extinct in all or most of it’s natural range Threatened species- wild species that is still abundant in its natural range but is likely to become endangered in the near future because of a decline in numbers Edward O Wilson “The first animal species/for malaria treatment Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Rosy periwinkle Fig/


Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach

ingredients in the plants have been identified, they can usually be produced synthetically. Many of these tropical plant species are likely to become extinct before we can study them. Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Fig. 9-8, p. 190 Endangered Scarlet/


Conservation.

Action Plans to protect endangered and other threatened species. In the United States this plan is usually called a species Recovery Plan. Conservation status Conservation status by risk of extinction Extinct Extinct Extinct in the Wild Threatened Critically Endangered Endangered Vulnerable At lower / skin, blood, DNA fragments, etc. These methods are relevant when the breed is rare or near extinction. In India, the situation is not so acute as to call for large-scale ex situ conservation efforts. What is,/


22 Sustaining Wild Species

leukemia Neem tree Azadirachta indica native to India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide /Endangered Species Act of 1973 Illegal for Americans to import or trade in any product made from an endangered species Endangered Species Act National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Identify and list endangered ocean species US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Identify and list all other endangered or threatened species Species cannot be hunted, killed, collected, or injured in the US 1250 species/


Sustaining Biodiversity: Saving Species and Ecosystem Services

prescription drugs originally came from wild organisms. Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicides Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Fig. 9-6, p. 196 Figure 9-7: Many species of wildlife such as this endangered hyacinth macaw in Mato Grosso, Brazil, are sources of beauty and pleasure. It/


22 Sustaining Wild Species Miller’s - Living in the Environment 13 th Edition.

never to reappear ~ 34,000 currently near extinction Endangeredspecies in danger of extinction within range Usually exhibit specific characteristics as warning signs Threatened  low species population Passenger pigeon Great auk Dodo Dusky seaside sparrow Aepyornis(Madagascar) Animal species that have become prematurely extinct ‘Endangered’ and ‘Threatened’ Species Endangered speciesEndangered speciesspecies with so few individual survivors that the species could soon become extinct over all or most of/


Biodiversity and Endangered Species. Chapter Overview Questions How do scientists account for the development of life on earth? What is biological evolution.

Fig. 9-7f, p. 196 Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Fig. 10-20, p. 207 Protect most diverse and endangered areas Educate settlers about sustainable agriculture and forestry Phase out subsidies /Multidisciplinary science that deals with the _____ of ________ and how to maintain the earth’s ecosystems. _________ used to help Endangered Species: In Situ: ________ the animal where it ____ but _________ it. – Ex. Elephants; make laws that prevent _______ and/


© Cengage Learning 2015 LIVING IN THE ENVIRONMENT, 18e G. TYLER MILLER SCOTT E. SPOOLMAN © Cengage Learning 2015 9 Sustaining Biodiversity: Saving Species.

sepentina, Southeast Asia Anxiety, high blood pressure Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicides Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Nature’s Pharmacy Fig. 9-7, p. 196 Many species of wildlife such as this endangered hyacinth macaw in Mato Grosso, Brazil, are sources of beauty and pleasure. It/


Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species.

Species ApproachThe Ecosystem Approach Goal Protect species from premature extinction Strategies Identify endangered species Protect their critical habitats Tactics Legally protect endangered species Manage habitat Propagate endangered species in captivity Reintroduce species into suitable habitats Goal Protect populations of species in/indica, India Treatment of many Diseases acts as an insecticide Fig. 22.12f, p. 561 Overfishing Habitat loss Habitat degradation Introducing nonnative species Commercial /


M8-U22-Lesson 2 (1) Endangered Species 寿县安丰高中高二英语教研组.

of ______________. There are __________endangered species in the world. Million of species will become________ in the next decade. endangered species thousands of extinct Part 2 The ______ for endangered species is panda, one of the _______ animals in the world. The number of /Speaking Watch the video, and read the following information on these endangered animals on P9 EX 9 1.Asian elephant Population: 35.000-60.000 Countries: India and several other Asian countries Habitat: forest Problem: hunting for /


Biodiversity and Endangered Species. Chapter Overview Questions How do scientists account for the development of life on earth? What is biological evolution.

Fig. 9-7f, p. 196 Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Fig. 10-20, p. 207 Protect most diverse and endangered areas Educate settlers about sustainable agriculture and forestry Phase out subsidies /Multidisciplinary science that deals with the _____ of ________ and how to maintain the earth’s ecosystems. _________ used to help Endangered Species: In Situ: ________ the animal where it ____ but _________ it. – Ex. Elephants; make laws that prevent _______ and/


INDIAN ELEPHANT Christina Jackson Endangered species.

AES  Technology conservation effort  Efforts are working QUIZ 1.What is another name for the Indian Elephant? a. Asian elephant b. India elephant c. African elephant d. American elephant QUIZ 2. How long are the female elephants pregnant? a. 2 months b. 15 /of the above QUIZ 5. What part of Asia can the Indian elephant be found in? a.Middle of Asia b.Central Asia c.East Asia d.Southeast Asia ENDANGERED SPECIES IN VIRGINIA Bald Eagle Loggerhead sea turtle Madison Cave Isopod WORKS CITED  http://wwf.panda/


Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 9.

Up (2) Endangered and Threatened Species Are Ecological Smoke Alarms  Endangered species – so few surviving that they are in danger of becoming extinct  Threatened species, vulnerable species that have low populations and could become endangered.  Species of Special / leukemia Rauvolfia Rauvolfia sepentina, Southeast Asia Anxiety, high blood pressure Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure /


Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species.

provide habitat. B. Species-by-Species Approach Identify most at-risk species Identify most at-risk species Understand the species Understand the species Focus on protecting them Focus on protecting them The Species ApproachThe Ecosystem Approach Goal Protect species from premature extinction Strategies Identify endangered species Protect their critical habitats Tactics Legally protect endangered species Manage habitat Propagate endangered species in captivity Reintroduce species into suitable habitats Goal/


Himalaya Regions Covering about 7,41,706 km area. stretches in arc shape from northern Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and the north-western and north-eastern.

tiger reserve under Project Tiger, It is a national park located in the south Indian state ofKarnataka. Bandipur is known for its wildlife and has many types of biomes, but dry deciduous forest is dominant. Area The park spans an area of 874 square kilometers (337 sq mi), protecting several species of Indias endangered wildlife. Together with the adjoining Nagarhole National Park (643 km/


Population in the Wild: 25-40 individuals Population in Captivity: 170 individuals (approximate) Locality: Southwest Primoskiy Krai, of far eastern Russia.

% of world’s coral are climate change susceptible 42% of all species have declining populations 2 FAST FACTS: ENDANGERED SPECIES A SPECIES CONSIDERED TO BE FACING A (VERY) HIGH RISK OF EXTINCTION IN THE WILD 1 Population in the Wild: about 1,500 individuals Population in Captivity: about 2,500 individuals Locality: Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar and Nepal 9 1 The International Union for Conservation of Nature/


Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 9.

tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Endangered Scarlet Macaw is/Endangered Species Act (1)  Endangered Species Act (ESA): 1973 and later amended in 1982, 1983, and 1985  Identify and protect endangered species in the U.S. and abroad  Hot Spots  Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) colony Case Study: The U.S. Endangered Species/


Role of Storage in River Rejuvenation & Sustaining E-flow By Vinay Kumar Chief Engineer, Central Water Commission &N.N.Rai Director, Hydrology (NE) Central.

3 /sec the Divertible Flood water with different canal capacities results : Considering the existing canal capacities in India as well as general topography of the area, canal with a carrying capacity of 1000 m 3 /sec /including: 35 endangered species of birds, 16 species of endangered mammals, over 35 different native fish species, over 30,000 wetlands The twenty-three river catchments in the Basin Basin Role of storage in river rejuvenation and Environmental flow releases in Murray Darling basin/


Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 9.

tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicide Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Endangered Scarlet Macaw is/Endangered Species Act (1)  Endangered Species Act (ESA): 1973 and later amended in 1982, 1983, and 1985  Identify and protect endangered species in the U.S. and abroad  Hot Spots  Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) colony Case Study: The U.S. Endangered Species/


CITESCITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species International agreement with aim to ensure that international trade in specimens of.

detailing the conservation status of plant and animal species. Plays role in guiding conservation activities of governments, NGOs and scientific institutions. IUCN Red list Bengal tigers Bengal tiger Found in India with smaller populations in Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar. Most numerous of all tiger subspecies with fewer than 2,500 left in the wild. Classified as endangered by the IUCN Red List http://www.youtube/


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 13e CHAPTER 8: Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

based on biological factors Forbids federal agency projects that jeopardize listed species or habitats U.S. Endangered Species Act (2) Fines violations on private land Illegal to sell or buy listed species 1,318 species listed USFWS and NMFS supposed to prepare recovery plan – 86% species in 2009 U.S. Endangered Species Act (3) Successful recovery plans include American alligator, grey wolf, and bald eagle Lax enforcement of imports/


1. Objective (READ) SWBAT identify the EFFECTS of overpopulation on India. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER)

about 4,000. Rapid population growth is destroying the natural ________ of many ___________ _______ like tigers, elephants, and rhinos Clip Endangered Species Pawan Mondal, 40, shows the scars from a tiger attack outside his home in Bijoynagar, India, on Aug. 5, 2008. Indias tiger population has dropped from 100,000 a century ago to an estimated 1,500 today. READ ONLY How the villagers/


Clean Air Acts of 1955, ‘63, ‘67, ‘70, ‘77, ‘90 This was a national law instituted in the US, however many other countries followed suite soon after The.

Earth Summit as well as United Nations Environment Programme, the Global Environmental Monitoring System, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), and the World Heritage Biosphere Reserve Program. Citation: http://www.un.org/geninfo/bp/enviro.html http:/// only used as necessary by the American people and not just for economical gain. Bhopal Disaster In the region of Bhopal in India what is considered the largest industrial disaster happened on the night of December 3 rd 1984. /


Year 8 Geog Readings For Starter Sheets. Year 8 Geog Skills No. 1 Grid References Use the map A to answer the following. (1) Who lives in the small houses.

in plant communities. The two main villains are the rabbit and the fox. Attempts to control the rabbit plague with myxomatosis were successful at first but the rabbits developed resistance. Foxes are believed responsible for the extinction of 11 small native mammals already. They have also pushed several endangered species/of Antarctica, south of South Americae. 30° N 6. _____South Polef. 90° S 7. _____Passes through India and Africag. 75° N 8. _____ Passes through the United States and Europeh. 45° N 9. /


INTRODUCTION The term Biodiversity was first coined by Walter G. Rosen in 1986. The biosphere comprises of a complex collections of innumerable organisms,

- Ghats Sri Lanka 22. South- western Australia 23. New Caledonia 24. New Zealand 25. Polynesia/Micronesia Endangered golden lion tamarin, endemic to Brazil’s Atlantic rainforest, which has been almost totally destroyed Figure 15.18/ in New Delhi) The sides to ex-situ conservation Cryopreservation  Rapid progress made  Great potential for conservation  Using liquid Nitrogen at -196 0 C Seed Bank BIODIVERSITY IN INDIA CategoriesNo. of Indian Species % of Indian species Evaluated Species Threatened In India /


Flora and fauna in INDIA Made by sana junaid. FlORA.

have been now at the verge of extinction.  FACT :-  79 species of mammals,44 of birds 15 of reptiles and 3 of amphibians are threatened  While,1500 plants are considered endangered. Animals at the verge of extinction……. Some plants which are at the verge of extinction : VANISHING FORESTS The dimensions of deforestation in India are unsteadily increasing. The forest cover is estimated to be/


“We all have a responsibility to protect endangered species, both for their sake and for the sake of our own future generations.” Loretta Lynch 1.

blood pressure Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, insecticide, spermicides Foxglove Digitalis purpurea, Europe Digitalis for heart failure Cinchona Cinchona ledogeriana, South America Quinine for malaria treatment Fig. 9-8, p. 197 Endangered Hyacinth Macaw is a Source of Beauty and Pleasure The acronym HIPPCO describes all the ways in which humans are speeding up species extinction Habitat destruction, degradation, and/


13e Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

based on biological factors Forbids federal agency projects that jeopardize listed species or habitats U.S. Endangered Species Act (2) Fines violations on private land Illegal to sell or buy listed species 1,318 species listed USFWS and NMFS supposed to prepare recovery plan – 86% species in 2009 U.S. Endangered Species Act (3) Successful recovery plans include American alligator, grey wolf, and bald eagle Lax enforcement of imports/


Global Biodiversity What is Biodiversity? We’ll get to that, but first.... Let’s take a step back in time.

poaching is devastating wildlife and its ecosystems. Elephant poaching is a problem in many countries. They are hunted mainly for their ivory tusks. In some countries, such as India, tigers are poached for their skins, bones, and claws. These poachers were caught by Indian authorities. Why poach? As species become more and more endangered, each remaining specimen becomes more and more valuable. Some people are/


2 nd EXPERT GROUP MEETING OF SAWEN Country Presentation – India 29 January, 2011 Paro, Bhutan.

, rhinos, leopards, elephants, Main focus - species like tigers, rhinos, leopards, elephants, Other lesser known species in illegal trade such as medicinal plants, marine species etc. are also important. Other lesser known species in illegal trade such as medicinal plants, marine species etc. are also important. Vision: contd. A joint training workshop with member countries A joint training workshop with member countries India endorses the proposed structure & work programme/


Ryan 1/16/2014. * Elephants are stronger then all of the animals and they eat grass and plants. The live in south Africa.

1/16/2014 WHALE  The diet of whales depends on their species; it can range from microscopic plankton to large whales live in all of the worlds oceans. They marine mammals. ENDANGERED ANIMALS  :They eat grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots./ Elephants  Grasses, leaves, bamboo, bark, roots.  Elephants are found in savannah  Asian elephants are found in India. Penguins  Penguins eat krill, fish and squid  Penguins can be found in Arctic Tundra  Penguins are social birds. Erik 1/16/2014 Grasses, leaves/


Biodiversity Three levels of Biodiversity How many species are there? What are the values of biodiversity? What threatens biodiversity? How do we protect.

Great aukDodoDusky seaside sparrow Aepyornis (Madagascar) Some Prematurely Extinct Species Endangered and Threatened Species Endangered species- in immediate danger of extinction over all or part of their range Endangered species- in immediate danger of extinction over all or part of their range Threatened species- not in danger yet but vulnerable to becoming endangered Threatened species- not in danger yet but vulnerable to becoming endangered Grizzly bear (threatened) Arabian oryx (Middle East) White top/


INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES: A THREAT TO THE BIODIVERSITY AND ENVIRONMENT

Impacts of invasive species Direct costs in lives (diseases), crop losses reduced ecosystem function/services biodiversity loss Compete with & replace rare and endangered species Encroach upon limited habitat of rare and endangered species  Reduce or / flora & fauna Parthenium hysterophorus Native to the subtropics of North and South America Introduced from India in to Pakistan in 1970s Invading aggressively in: • wasteland, degraded areas, rocky crevices, along water channels, roadsides, and railway tracks/


BET India Module 4 Managing and Mitigating Impacts Main Presentation December 2012.

www.cms.kimberly-clark.com/UmbracoImages/UmbracoFileMedia/2010SustainabilityReport_umbracoFile.pdf 17 December 2012 Company commitments in India Rio Tinto, India: “Respect for the environment is central to our approach to sustainable development. /Convention (Hazardous Chemicals) 1998 Stockholm Convention (Persistent Organic Pollutants) 2001 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) 1998 + IPCC+ IPBES Other significant multi-lateral environmental agreements: 39 December 2012 International policy/


BBOP webinar: Biodiversity Offsets and India Kerry ten Kate Director, Business and Biodiversity Offsets Programme Forest Trends Divya Narain Independent.

India Kerry ten Kate Director, Business and Biodiversity Offsets Programme Forest Trends Divya Narain Independent consultant 7 Sept, 2012 Definition Contents What are biodiversity offsets? Why are they important? Trends and developments: Regulation and markets CBD-COP IFC Performance Standard 6 BBOP Standard What does this look like in/Project doesn’t lead to net reduction in the global and/or national/regional population of any Critically Endangered or Endangered species over a reasonable period of time; /


A B C D E F Exercise 1 Match the names of the endangered species with their pictures? 1.Giant panda 2.Yangtze dolphin 3.Crested ibis 4.Snow leopard 5.Bengal.

sentences below. There are many aninmals in danger of extinction world wide. For example, only five sub-species of tiger remain and the number of fresh-water dolphins in china is declining. We must protect endangered species. 1. fish are difficult to catch/to do with 7.So that 8because of that Read the following information on these endangered animals: 1.Asian elephant Population: 35.000-60.000 Countries: india and several other asian countries Habitat: forest Problem: hunting for ivory Conservation: strong/


An Introduction to Wildlife Wildlife in India is full of fun and excitement as it gives you the opportunity to visit some of the world renowned national.

are total of 80 National Parks and more than 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries in India. Each of the park support several species of wildlife, but is usually well known for one particular species. While in India, you get the opportunity to spot the tigers and several other endangered species that are not found anywhere else in the world. Tour to Gir National Park that is the only surviving home to/


Global Change Unit Chapter 9: Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 19: Climate Change and Ozone Completion.

Species Accidentally or intentionally introduced Often have no natural predators or competitors. Invasive Species Prevention of new invasive species is important. Overexploitation Illegal killing, capturing and selling of wild species. Demand for bushmeat Exotic pets Protecting Species U.S. Endangered Species Act - Identify and protect endangered species in/ (caps set high) Some are Making a Change China and India are investing in sustainable development. U.S. Companies are reducing greenhouse emissions to /


Challenges for Botanic Garden Development in Megadiverse Countries: China Example Hongwen Huang Wuhan Botanical Garden, CAS.

Project and Progress — Ten critical endangered species Woody angiosperm Berchemiella wilsonii Trigonobalanus doichangensis Parashorea chinensis CAS Current Project and Progress — Geographic regions and habitats Geographical and climatologically regions represented in China: North, Northwest, Central/India and Malaysia, but widely used as perfume and traditional Chinese medicine dated back to thousand year ago in China. China has been the largest importing country for S. album materials 12 seeds introduced in/


UNIT 3 ECOSYSTEM STRATEGIES. 3.1SPECIALIST AND GENERALIST SPECIES The way species utilize their niches can be broadly grouped as generalists or specialists.

long, thin, pointed snout. They are native to the larger rivers in India. AlligatorCrocodileGharlal 5.The American Alligator is the largest specie in the Order. Females lay 20-70 leathery eggs in a mound of vegetation. 6.As the vegetation decomposes it gives / the water either in her mouth or riding on her back. They hide in her mouth for protection. 8.In 1967, the American Alligator was placed on the endangered species list. In less than 10 years, it was reclassified to threatened in Florida, Louisiana, and/


Alyn Smith. Established in 1972 Establishes basic structure for the regulation of discharged pollutants into water supplies. Made it unlawful to discharge.

. 3. The largest reserves of coal in the world are located in the U.S., Russia, China, and India, the largest reserve of oil in the Persian Gulf, and those of natural gas in Kazakhstan, Persian Gulf, and Russia. 4/’s recognized species. Habitat loss and fragmentation, hunting and poaching, invasive species, climate change, pollution, disease, collection and pet trade are all causes of extinction and also all causes of endangered species becoming endangered. Endangered species are being protected in a myriad /


Bromus tectorum cheatgrass brome This invasive grass is troublesome to farmers and many ecosystems. It usually thrives in disturbed areas preventing natives.

and extinction of many other small and medium-sized rodent and marsupial species. In North America, introduced red foxes have negative impacts on many ground-nesting birds, such as ducks and grouse. In California, introduced red foxes have to be controlled on an annual basis to protect the nesting grounds of several endangered species of birds. Introduced red foxes also negatively impact smaller native canids/


LIVING IN THE ENVIRONMENT 17 TH MILLER/SPOOLMAN Chapter 9 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

that are heading toward biological extinction as either… Endangered species - So few members that the species could __________ become extinct Threatened species - __________________ species Still enough members to survive, but numbers are __________________ -- may soon be endangered soon vulnerable declining Four critically endangered species…numbers estimate individuals remaining in the wild Endangered Natural Capital: Species Threatened with Premature Extinction Sumatran tiger less than 60 Mexican Gray/


Species and their vulnerability to extinction Before species become extinct they become rare. Rarity is assessed by three criteria: Endemic species often.

island off the southern coast of India. Largest species of carnivores (leopards and eagles) and the largest species of herbivores (elephants and deer) are currently at the greatest risk for extinction Fig. 8.4 3. Species that are not effective dispersers. -/ Figure 8.9 Whooping cranes are protected by the U.S. Endangered Species Act and are intensively managed USA -has Natural Heritage Data Centers (NHDC) in 50 states, three provinces in Canada, and 14 Latin American countries. NHDC is strongly supported by/


9.3 Continued… Concept 9-3 The greatest threats to any species are (in order) loss or degradation of its habitat, harmful invasive species, human population.

______________ Bird extinctions could trigger a _______________ of extinctions environmental indicators pollination dispersal cascade Science Focus: Vultures, Wild Dogs, and Rabies: Unexpected Scientific Connections Three species of vultures in India and South Asia were put on the endangered species list…. poisoned from eating cow carcasses containing the ______________ diclofenac Since vultures were not eating as many cow carcasses, wild _______ and ________ populations exploded due/


BET India Module 3 Introduction to Valuing Ecosystem Services Main presentation December 2012.

Biodiversity Action PlanNational Biodiversity Action Plan 52December 2012 Background to ecosystem policy in India The National Targets (in development in 2012) will provide a national framework for better management, use and sharing of benefits/ was introduced in 1998 Time and resource constraints  Freshwater and grassland ecosystems - scarcity  Biodiversity concerns re habitat and rare/endangered species Surprise Outcome from ESR  Threat and opportunity related to alien invasive species  Potential water/


DEPARTMENT OF OCEAN DEVELOPMENT ICMAM PROJECT DIRECTORATE, CHENNAI GOVERNMENT OF INDIA CRITICAL HABITAT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR ISLANDS OFF KARWAR, KARNATAKA,

for a variety of interstitial and sedentary organisms. Some of the endangered species, such as, Olive Ridley turtle, Lepidochelys olivacea and Bottle- nosed dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, were also observed in these island groups. On the mainland Karwar, one Wildlife Sanctuary (/high productivity. Oil sardine and mackerel form the major fisheries. Largest sized mackerel in India has been recorded from Karwar waters. Declining trend in fisheries from 1996-97 to 1998-99 may be due to unsustainable fishery /


OVERVIEW OF THE IMPACTS, VULNERABILITY AND ADAPTATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE FOR AGRICULTURE IN DIFFERENT REGIONS BASED ON IPCC FOURTH ASSESSMENT REPORT A.

FLORA BECOME VULNERABLE, ENDANGERED, CRITICALLY ENDANGERED OR EXTINCT BY END OF 21 ST CENTURY  BY 2050, CROPS ARE EXPECTED TO SHOW A NORTHWARD EXPANSION IN AREA. GREATEST INCREASES IN CLIMATE- RELATED CROP YIELDS ARE EXPECTED IN NORTHERN EUROPE e./, USING SUPERIOR CROP SPECIES, USING DRYLAND FARMING, ADAPTING CULTURAL TECHNIQUES ARE SUGGESTED  IN BANGLADESH AGRICULTURAL ADAPTATION STRATEGIES INCLUDED RICE GENOTYPE DEVELOPMENT TO SUSTAIN ITS YIELD  IN INDIA INTEGRATED AGROMETEOROLOGICAL ADVISORY SERVICES/


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