The International Arctic Science Committee is a non-governmental organization that aims to encourage, facilitate and promote cooperation in all aspects of Arctic research in all countries engaged in Arctic research and in all areas of the Arctic region.
Overall, IASC promotes and supports leading-edge multi-disciplinary research in order to foster a greater scientific understanding of the Arctic r...[Read More]
The official Facebook page for the Animal Ecology Student Society at the University of the Sunshine Coast. This is a social space for the Bachelor of Animal Ecology students to meet, collaborate and organise events and activities. We will post all information and events in this group, as well as send it out via email.
Come together as a community in your village, town, city, and/or county *AND* localize so you are no longer dependant on the "economic" and "government" or other unsustainable infrastructures that have FAILED and are destroying Mother Earth. I am hoping this group will help you and your community.
Re-claim and Respect the Rights of Life, Liberty and Security through EQUALITY and All Life by livi...[Read More]
Welcome. Ichnology is the study of tracks, trails, burrows, borings, and other traces of life activity. It is a diverse scientific field. Some ichnologists work on vertebrate footprints, others on invertebrate burrows or on plant roots; some research trace fossils while others examine the traces of modern organisms. Members of this group include professional scientists, scientists in training, and...[Read More]
The Forth Marine Mammal Project is an unincorporated group of people with a keen interest in the marine environment and the status of marine mammals in the Forth. We want to build our understanding of the marine mammals that visit the Forth and raise public awareness.
Greetings! This page is for folks who are curious or have an interest in exploring the possibilities of offering facilitation to others within the context of the Gift Ecology. I've had a full time practice for 15 years offering The Work of Byron Katie, and 5 years ago I scrapped my fees for service and dove in. Truly one of the sweetest and most liberating (in so many ways) choices I've ever made!...[Read More]
"Loving this world, seeing the beauty in everything. Appreciating every moment as a beautiful, wholly contained, pearl of eternal nature, this is the world to me. A never ending string of pearls…. every moment is in and of it’s self a life time, and when we have affection and let ourselves experience life without expectation…that is when the majesty of the world opens her petals to us…And ...[Read More]
The Kentucky Native Plant Society was founded in 1986 for everyone interested in the native plants and wildflowers of Kentucky. Plants are essential to both the well-being of our Commonwealth's natural ecosystems and our enjoyment of its unique environment. With members throughout Kentucky as well as other states, the Kentucky Native Plant Society is a leader in promoting education about, apprecia...[Read More]
On this FB group, share questions, answers and updates about environment and earth science for NET/JRF.
"In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand and we will understand only what we are taught"-Babe Dioum
Encompassing the spatial, temporal and cultural components of landscapes, the science of landscape ecology aids the understanding of the abundance and distribution of species in relation to heterogeneity.
Keywords: Connectivity, fragmentation, wildlife corridors, barriers, green infrastructure, metapopulation
If you are interested in joining the group Admins will check your profile to see if yo...[Read More]