272 pages , Routledge , 2019-03-27 From the Foundations in Global Studies series, this student-friendly text follows a two-pronged approach to help readers understand the globalizing processes relating to environment and sustainability, which are examined in a range of disciplines, including environmental studies, geography, global studies, political science, internation...[Read More]
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It is also a platform for like-minded people to share their experience, knowledge, concerns or love for nature in any way.
A goal and action oriented group seeking to protect our vanishing wildlife, abolish poaching, end the frenzied harvesting of wildlife, and encourage harmony and lasting friendship with all of our sentient partners on earth. Now, not later.
And to combat combat fatigue and feelings of futility, we offer this quote,
"There is a terrible forest fire. All the animals are fleeing the conflagration ex...[Read More]
Mountain Wilderness is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to the preservation of mountain areas, in their natural and cultural aspects. The organization was founded in Europe and has a stronger presence in alpine and pyrenean regions. It has, however, a worldwide reach, with representatives and actions on all continents.
Ball State University students and professors that care about wildlife (whether they are Wildlife, Zoology students or not) come together to learn about wildlife through guest speaker presentations and hands-on experience. We also do community service in and around Muncie with the goal of benefiting local wildlife. If you are a member of TWS, attend the meetings regularly, want to know what TWS ...[Read More]
The numerical response in ecology is the change in predator density as a function of change in prey density. The term numerical response was coined by M. E. Solomon in 1949. It is associated with the functional response, which is the change in predator's rate of prey consumption with change in prey density. As Holling notes, total predation can be expressed as a combination of functional and numer...[Read More]