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Losing Biodiversity Could Lead to “Extinction Cascades” - Futurism


Futurism
Human expansion, destruction of natural habitats, pollution, and climate change have all led to biodiversity levels that are considered below the “safe” threshold for global ecosystems. And the consequences of biodiversity loss aren't just about the ...

Mapping the 'Conflict Zones' Between Sprawl and Biodiversity - CityLab


CityLab
By 2030, the world is expected to add another billion people or so, bringing the total population to roughly 8.5 billion. And with humans becoming increasingly urban, sprawl will only get worse, taking up precious space that wild birds, mammals, plants ...

Sidda inaugurates Biodiversity Centre - The Hindu


The Hindu
Forest and Environment Minister Sidda Raghava Rao on Sunday inaugurated the Biodiversity Centre at the Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary near here. The centre was developed with a budgetary allocation of Rs. 80 lakh and housed documents, audiovisual ...

Biodiversity of the World

Shepherdstown, West Virginia - United States

Biodiversity of the World is part of an integrated webnet system that together make up Nature Worldwide, the official website of the World Institute for Conservation and Environment, WICE. It is part of an seamlessly integrated network of non-profit web sites dealing with biodiversity conservation and nature, without change of format. Nature Worldwide deals with different topics on nature, the biodiversity conservation, natural resources management and most and for all, on nature and national parks and protected areas and biodiversity.

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A growing taxonomic database and information system that aims at documenting all presently known species (about 1.7 million). Taxonomic trees, descriptions, synonyms, literature citations, and molecular database queries.

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Interactive map illustrating the biodiversity of the Earth's terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments.

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Designed to help students, families, and teachers explore the natural world and their places in it. From the American Museum of Natural History.

World Resources Institute: Biodiversity and Protected Areas
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Features resources which outline the causes of biodiversity loss and opportunities to prevent biological impoverishment.

United Kingdom

Includes details of research projects and plans in the U.K., news, and library services.

Conus Biodiversity
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A guide to the systematics of Conus, a large group of predatory snails known for their potent neurotoxic venoms and the largest genus of marine animals.

Biodiversity Counts
United States

Middle-school science program that gets students out of the classroom and into the field to study biodiversity. Created by the American Museum of Natural History.

United States

Hypertext book by Peter J. Bryant offering extensive information and web resources.

California's Biodiversity
United States

Bio-di-ver-si-ty: The variety of living organisms that inhabit a particular region or place

Biodiversity Project
United States

Working to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity and to build their commitment to saving it.