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Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species Chapter 22 Sustaining Wild Species.

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 Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains more than 20 million species of organisms. But, of which only 1.4 million species have been identified so far.

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 Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains more than 20 million species of organisms. But, of which only 1.4 million species have been identified so far.

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Dd.  Bio means ‘life’ and diversity means ‘variety’, hence, biodiversity refers wide variety of life on the earth.  Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains.

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BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION. DEFINITION Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variation of taxonomic life forms within a given ecosystem,

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Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach

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Area VII: Global Change VIIC: Loss of Biodiversity.

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emirate of Dubai agrees to undertake a national promotional campaign in consultation with the International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies. The campaign will use a wide variety/ Currently being built 40 kilometres from the existing Dubai International Airport, the project is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island. DWC comprises of / Hotel. Dive-enthusiasts may enjoy exploring the marine life of the Indian Ocean in the emirate of Fujairah. Many business travellers coming to Dubai choose /


SWBAT identify causes of India’s overpopulation problems.

the Question of the Day in your notebook like usual. 2. You have been hired by the Indian government to help address its overpopulation situation. Develop a strategy to solve each of the three causes of overpopulation in India. - Sketch and / 4. The Green Revolution The growing population in South Asia created a shortage of food and frequent famines. In order to increase food production, new crop varieties and new technologies (like irrigation projects and new fertilizers) were developed. The increased/


1.  Definition: Environment is derived from the French word Environ which means to encircle or surround.Environment is sum total of all living and non.

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Trade, Japan, Africa, & S. America Unit 7. Major Trade Networks Silk Roads Asia to Mediterranean basin Chinese traded silk, paper, & pottery Europe traded.

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time which she carries in a pouch 3.Infant anteaters live in the pouch for two months sucking milk from two skin projections (primitive nipples) Monotremata / Weasel family Musk family Marine family Order Perrisodactyla Odd-toed animals (ex. Horses, rhinos, and tapirs) And Order Artiodactyla Even-toed animals (ex. Swine, camel, deer/are herbivores b.Thought to have come from a common ancestor in Africa. Order Proboscidea African elephant Indian elephant Order Sirena “Sea Nymph” Order Hyracoidea “Shrew” /


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The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and it is widely credited with launching the modern environmental.

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Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

overharvest. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable range/POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th of the /


Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach

-8a, p. 230 Black Rhino Range in 1700 Range today (about 3,600 left) Figure 11.8 Natural capital degradation: reductions in the ranges of four wildlife / Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Asian or Indian Elephant Figure 11.8 Natural capital degradation: reductions in the ranges of four wildlife species, mostly as /Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species. Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution Each year pesticides:/


Chapter 7 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

, DEGRADATION, AND FRAGMENTATION  Reduction in ranges of four wildlife species, mostly due to habitat loss and overharvest. Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left/POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th /


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

fragmentation Fig. 8-9, p. 161 Stepped Art Indian Tiger Range 100 years ago Range today Black Rhino Range in 1700 Range today African Elephant Probable range 1600 Range today Asian or Indian Elephant Former range Range today Fig. 8-9,/by destroying and degrading their habitats, introducing harmful invasive species, and increasing human population growth, pollution, contributing to projected climate change, and over-exploitation. Three Big Ideas from This Chapter - #2 We should prevent the premature /


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Limbic System Amydala & Hippocampus

Structure (continued) Cortical areas: Limbic lobe Orbitofrontal cortex, a region in the frontal lobe. Piriform cortex, part of the olfactory system. Entorhinal cortex (ento = interior, rhino = nose, entorhinal = interior to the rhinal sulcus) Hippocampus (and/amygdala, sublenticular substantia innominata and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis) Indian J Psychiatry. 2007 Apr-Jun; 49(2): 132–139 Amygdala Pathways —Besides projecting back to the cortex, (mostly the orbitofrontal cortex) the amygdala makes/


WELCOME TO. NATURAL VEGETATION & WILD LIFE Natural vegetation refers to a plant community which has grown NATURAL VEGETATION & WILD LIFE naturally without.

, sandalwood, khair, kusum, arjun, mulberry.  Trees of this forest-type shed their leaves for about six to eight weeks in dry summer.  Animals: lion, tiger, pig, deer and elephant. The Thorn Forests and Scrubs  Rainfall less than 70cm/been set up in the country to protect flora and fauna.  Financial and technical assistance is provided to many Botanical Gardens by the government since 1992.  Project Tiger, Project Rhino, Project Great Indian Bustard and many other eco- developmental projects have been /


Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

overharvest. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable range/POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th of the /


13e Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

Habitat fragmentation Fig. 8-9, p. 161 Stepped Art Indian Tiger Range 100 years ago Range today Black Rhino Range in 1700 Range today African Elephant Probable range 1600 Range today Asian or Indian Elephant Former range Range today Fig. 8-9, p./ Services – ocean species U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – other species Listings 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 /


Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

Pollution Overconsumption Overconsumption Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 /) to carry out / fund projects that would jeopardize an endangered species. ESA forbids federal agencies (besides defense department) to carry out / fund projects that would jeopardize an endangered species. ESA makes it illegal for Americans to engage in commerce associated with or hunt //


Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

overharvest. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable / Species POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species. Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution Each year pesticides: –Kill about 1/5 th of the /


INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE Report and Update from the Chair, IUCN Asia Regional Members Committee Presentation to the Asia Regional.

commit actions related to 20 Aichi Biodiversity Targets through the "Double 20 campaign" (Nijyu-maru Project in Japanese). The number of commitments has reached 350 activities by 240 partners including IUCN member, /rhino horn Facilitated all six IUCN Commission members meetings and workshops Key Activities related to National Committees 11 India National Committee Workshop on National Biodiversity Targets, New Delhi, June 26-27, 2014: Twenty six members of the Indian National Committee participated in/


Chapter 9 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach 2007 - De-listed 1999 - Reduced to “threatened” under the US Endangered Species Act 1967 - Declared.

loss and overharvest. NEXT Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable range/POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th of the/


Chapter 8 Population Ecology. Chapter Overview Questions  What are the major characteristics of populations?  How do populations respond to changes.

overharvest. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable range/POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th of the /


Texas Natural Regions. Extinction Rates  Background (natural) rate of extinction  Mass extinction  Adaptive radiations Number of families of marine.

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Briefing to Portfolio Committee on 2010/11 Annual Report Environmental Affairs Nosipho Ngcaba Director-General Department of Environmental Affairs 7 September.

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Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

overharvest. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable range/POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE  Population growth, affluenza, and pollution have promoted the premature extinction of some species.  Projected climate change threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution  Each year pesticides: Kill about 1/5 th of the /


Chapter 12: Miller 14th. Chapter 11 Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach.

. Figure 11-8 Fig. 11-8a, p. 230 Range 100 years ago Indian Tiger Range today (about 2,300 left) Fig. 11-8b, p. 230 Range in 1700 Black Rhino Range today (about 3,600 left) Fig. 11-8c, p. 230 Probable/Invader Species POPULATION GROWTH, POLLUTION, AND CLIMATE CHANGE Population growth, _________, and pollution have promoted the premature _________ of some species. Projected ________ _______threatens a number of species with premature extinction. Pollution Each year pesticides: – Kill about 1/5 th of the U/


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