Butterflies are the bio-indicators of the world. they sensitive to anthropogenic, soil pollution, water pollution, solar radiation and micro climate etc. In India pioneering work in butterfly studies dates back to 19th century. India harbor 5th place totally 1501 species 331 species are south India. Western ghats have 42 endemic species. Nilgiri mountain have 300 species here i would like to share...[Read More]
Let's talk about sharks! This group is dedicated to researchers, conservationists, marine biologists and anyone, who is interested in sharks and relevant topics.
Feel free to take part in our discussions, ask questions, share links etc.
Who are we? The South African Shark Conservancy (SASC) is an NGO dedicated to promoting the conservation and sustainable use of sharks & living marine reso...[Read More]
Forest gardening is an idea whose time has come. We can consciously apply the principles of ecology to the design of home scale and large scale systems that mimic forest ecosystem structure and function, but grow food, fuel, fiber, fodder, fertilizer, "farmaceuticals," and fun.
By mimicking Earth's various ecosystems (depending on what type of garden we want to create), we can make significantly...[Read More]
280 pages , Lexington Books , 2010-06-14 Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounter After Noah is a volume dedicated to radically transformative approaches to spaces set aside as zoological parks or gardens. Historically, these establishments served as symbols of power and venues for entertainment, but today, they have taken to portraying themselves as flagships of envir...[Read More]
191 pages , National Library Australia , 2009 Australian Backyard Explorer has been recognised on the 2011 White Ravens list for international children's and youth literature. Produced each year by the International Youth Library in Germany, the White Ravens recognise 'books of international interest that deserve a wider reception on account of their universal theme' or ...[Read More]
322 pages , Springer , 2016-03-21 Learner-centered teaching is a pedagogical approach that emphasizes the roles of students as participants in and drivers of their own learning. Learner-centered teaching activities go beyond traditional lecturing by helping students construct their own understanding of information, develop skills via hands-on engagement, and encourage pe...[Read More]
This group was initially formed by participants of the Iversity Disasters & Ecosystems: Resilience in a Changing Climate to keep in contact & exchange ideas during & after the course.
However any actors in this field or interested parties of disasters & eco-systems is encouraged to join the group & participate in discussions and information sharing
106 pages , New Age International , 2005-01-01 The Globe We Live In Have Two Types Of Environments, One Is Natural Environment Of Air, Soil, Water, Hills, Trees (Abiotic), Etc., And The Other One Is Plant, Animals (Biotic), Etc., Which Is To Called Social Environment. Man Has Managed To Create Comfortable Habitat, Using Science And Technology, Religion And Politics. In F...[Read More]