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  • Study Figure 3 Essay

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    Study figure 3. A) Explain how physical factors influence the distribution of biodiversity shown (10 marks) There are several factors influencing biodiversity including; isolation, age, altitudinal range, productivity The most bio diverse areas are between the tropic of cancer and the tropic of Capricorn. The Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia have over 3000 plant species per 10000 km2 because they’re isolated as a series of islands which means there are more endemic species on the island

  • Biodiversity Essay

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    3) a) Explain how physical factors influence the distribution of biodiversity shown. (10) There are several factors influencing biodiversity including; isolation, age, altitudinal range, and the conditions for photosynthesis. The Himalayas have over 4000 plant species per 10000 km2 due to the large altitudinal range which means more climatic zones are involved creating more diverse habitats such as rock faces, steep hills. This means there are more species able to live in these different climatic

  • Biodiversity Edexcel Answer Essay

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    Explain how physical factors influence the distribution of biodiversity shown (10 marks) There are several factors influencing biodiversity including; isolation, age, altitudinal range, productivity The most bio diverse areas are between the tropic of cancer and the tropic of Capricorn. The Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia have over 3000 plant species per 10000 km2 because they’re isolated as a series of islands which means there are more endemic species on the island as species develop in a

  • Approaching a State Shift in Earths Biosphere Essay

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    the same way and is approaching a planetary-scale critical transition as a result of human influence. The plausibility of a planetary-scale ‘tipping point’ highlights the need to improve biological forecasting by detecting early warning signs of critical transitions on global as well as local scales, and by detecting feedbacks that promote such transitions. It is also necessary to address root causes of how humans are forcing biological changes. umans now dominate Earth, changing it in ways that

  • Book Essay

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    A GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE TOURISM FOR NATURE & DEVELOPMENT The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is a global agreement that addresses biodiversity. It was established in 1992, and has 192 Parties today, with three main objectives: 1. the conservation of biodiversity; 2. the sustainable use of its components; and 3. fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources. The Secretariat of the CBD (SCBD) was established to support the goals of the Convention

  • Business Essay

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    impacts are those which disturb or alter the environment to a measurable degree. Significance is a crucial part of EcIA, our understanding of the concept in practice is vital if it is to be effective as a tool. This study employed three methods to assess how the determination of significance has changed through time, what current practice is, and what would lead to future improvements. Three data streams were collected: interviews with expert stakeholders, a review of 30 Environmental Statements and a broad-scale

  • Geography Essay

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    ________________________________________13 Glaciation ____________________________________19 Coasts________________________________________25 Weather and Climate ____________________________31 The Ecosystem Concept __________________________37 Population Distribution __________________________43 Migration ____________________________________49 Settlement Patterns ____________________________55 Urban Settlement ______________________________61 Agriculture ____________________________________67 Industry ______________________________________73

  • Environmental Diplomacy Essay

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    environmental security got international community concern as well as academic one. Based on the historical background, its transnational impact is rated. In comparison to the environmental diplomacy as a neutral term, environmental security is considered how to be dealt with in Bangladesh. Environmental security is a relatively new concept. It was

  • Thesis Essay

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    Taurida National V.I. Vernadsky University Faculty of Geography Department of Geoecology MASTER THESIS ON THE TOPIC VEGETATION OF THE WESTERN REGIONS OF CAMEROON AND ITS ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT Presented by 5th course student GE Area of Training 8.04010601 –Ecology Agbortanyi Tabot Ndip Supervisor: Prof. Dr. V. A. Bokov Reviewer: Prof. Dr. A. N. Oliferov 2014 Yr 1 Dedication This thesis is dedicated to the Almighty God who energized me and took me through during this period of my studies. I equally

  • Project Essay

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    Client (Company):Natura Chosen target country: Florida(US) Product/Service: Well known in the national territory, it operates in the beauty treatment area, with products for the face, hair and body, as well as bath, fragrances, sunscreens, body oils, plus two lines: infant and oral. Its form of commercialization is through direct sales, with the support of their consultants, who will offer to customers all products in the catalog of the brand, the order is placed and the delivery is scheduled.

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