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BIODIVERSITY INDEX: necessity, problems, solutions, land management, waste-pollution creation and its management, maintaining ecosystems, conservation strategies

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Sub-index for my BIODIVERSITY pages

(1) Definition reminders, introduction to biodiversity, why is it important? what are its benefits?

(2) Biodiversity and the consequences of a rising world population

(3) Biodiversity reduction, the creation and management of waste and pollution

(4) Biodiversity and what indicator species can tell us (and measuring abiotic factors)

(5) Biodiversity and the greenhouse effect, global warming and climate change

(6) Biodiversity and managing resources, habitat destruction, use/misuse land & water, deforestation, overfishing, land management - including problems of indigenous versus non-indigenous species

(7) Biodiversity and conservation - issues and project strategies to increase biodiversity


See also

Ecosystems - biotic & abiotic factors - interactions between organisms - interdependency


Food chains, food webs, trophic levels, pyramids of biomass, transfer efficiency, pyramids of numbers

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