Ecology is a broad biological science and can be divided into many sub-disciplines using various criteria. Many of these fields overlap, complement and inform each other, and few of these disciplines exist in isolation. For example, the population ecology of an organism is a consequence of its behavioral ecology and intimately tied to its community ecology. Methods from molecular ecology might inf...[Read More]
27 pages , Organisation for Social Science , 2002 Rwanda has experienced environmental problems and depletion of natural resources, especially over the last two decades. This is the consequence of over-population, land scarcity, poverty, war and human resettlement. This study shows that the development of different laws and regulations governing the environment has not i...[Read More]
296 pages , OUP Oxford , 2000-08-31 Adaptive radiation is the evolution of diversity within a rapidly multiplying lineage. It can cause a single ancestral species to differentiate into an impressively vast array of species inhabiting a variety of environments. Much of life's diversity has arisen during adaptive radiations. Some of the most famous recent examples include ...[Read More]
332 pages , Routledge , 2014-04-16 The Routledge Handbook of Human-Animal Studies presents a collection of original essays from artists and scholars who have established themselves internationally on the basis of specific and significant new contributions to human-animal studies. It offers a broad interpretive account of the development and present configurations of the ...[Read More]
Stream restoration or river restoration, sometimes called river reclamation in the UK, describes a set of activities that help improve the environmental health of a river or stream. These activities aim to restore the natural state and functioning of the river system in support of biodiversity, recreation, flood management and landscape development.
Improved health may be indicated by expanded hab...[Read More]