Biodiversity in a Simple Sentence

By | May 27, 2022
Deep marine trenches with thermal vent ecosystems independent of solar energy add to the enormous complexity of our
biodiversity.

Yet it is also a global hot spot of
biodiversity, with scores of endemic species of amphibians, birds, mammals, plants, and reptiles.

Genetic, community, and landscape aspects of deep-sea
biodiversity
will be discussed.

It’s natural decline in the habitat that’s supported that kind of
biodiversity.

Earth’s caves and deep ocean hydrothermal vents sustain rain forest-like
biodiversity
without the benefit of sunlight.

Its landscape has separate areas for tree plantations and wild flowers to promote
biodiversity.

The region is known for its rich plant
biodiversity
which is a unique source of novel molecules.

Multinational forest companies continue to regularly clear-cut old-growth forests, and
biodiversity
is rapidly waning.

Other forms of
biodiversity
may need more natural landscapes to survive but can still withstand intensive disturbances.

As observed earlier, the Convention applies to
biodiversity
from all sources, viz. terrestrial, marine, and other aquatic sources.

We also found that teachers and nonformal educators wanted more materials and training on
biodiversity.

The vulnerability of
biodiversity
components due to both biological and non-biological features must be taken into account.

Sometimes their role as custodians and protectors of
biodiversity
is not even acknowledged.

Second, the rich
biodiversity
must also be protected, such as tricolored orchids and Javanese eagles.

To discover the patterns of
biodiversity, information on biodiversity has to be collected.

After only six months, crop production,
biodiversity, soil fertility and soil quality all improved.

So they would have to buy the right to develop by conserving or restoring areas for
biodiversity
in other places.

A symposium on plant biology and
biodiversity
in changing environment was also organised.

Will the water and soils and
biodiversity
cope with this level of forestry?

The event has been organised to raise funds to improve the wildlife habitat and
biodiversity
of the River Lune.

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Is the destruction of animal habitats and the natural high levels of
biodiversity
worth it?

And what was the impact in each case on
biodiversity
and wildlife in the fields.

We must work to increase and protect
biodiversity
on all levels, in our backyards as well as our bioregions.

The area is identified as an important hotspot of
biodiversity
and management of the protected area.

Politicians and policymakers have been quick to grab hold of the
biodiversity
agenda.

Valuing a loss of
biodiversity
is more difficult because markets for its preservation are either missing or incomplete.

The net effect of slashing and burning on
biodiversity
is difficult to evaluate.

And lots of times the areas are of a great deal of significance for
biodiversity.

Aquatic sediments host much of the bacterial biomass and
biodiversity
and play a key role in biogeochemical cycles.

A few thought I gave short shrift to the value of
biodiversity
in medicine.

The search for biologically active natural products is sometimes referred to as
biodiversity
prospecting or bioprospecting.

It explains the facts of
biodiversity, biostratigraphy, comparative anatomy, and so forth.

Moreover, they are homogenizing the earth’s biota, leading to
biodiversity
losses and changes in ecosystems.

As
biodiversity
shrivels, we lose a vast store of information and potential cures.

His research interests are leatherjackets, clingfishes,
biodiversity
in shallow reefs and the Leeuwin Current.

Some of the considerable
biodiversity
of corals may come from underwater versions of mules, say researchers.

The team conducted a
biodiversity
survey on the wildlife reserve out the back of Bourke, in the state’s far west.

China has built a nature reserve at the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon recently to protect its
biodiversity.

The Atlantic facade offers warm, mostly navigable seas, a complex, mineral-rich geology, and spectacular
biodiversity.

But
biodiversity
is a necessary precondition for the long-term maintenance of biological resources.

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The result will be a series of mass extinctions and a dramatic fall in the planet’s
biodiversity, as well as its ability to support humankind.

These dilatory strategies on the intellectual property front, indeed, can ruin the
biodiversity
richness of the country.

It serves to provide a central hub for documents and information related to
biodiversity.

Its rich
biodiversity, potential for new natural products and recreational value has no parallel.

Broadly speaking
biodiversity
is proportional to the amount of area that you can develop it in.

Apart from haze issues, the ministers will discuss the coastal marine environment, nature conservation and
biodiversity.

Benefit the environment by protecting watersheds and enhancing wildlife habitats and
biodiversity.

Investment in
biodiversity
conservation and environmental sustainability is needed to maintain the country’s international obligations.

As for
biodiversity, the most important species threatened with extinction today is the human race.

Few scientists can match the range, depth and scope of his
biodiversity
knowledge.

Nasi said properly managed logging concessions can help to preserve rain forest
biodiversity
in other areas.

Oh yeah, biologists treat
biodiversity
as an indispensable good of human existence but it’s nothing of the kind.

In contrast, in the local strategy, some
biodiversity
surrogates may not achieve their target.

The report says highly intensive agriculture using herbicide tolerant GM crops may be very damaging to
biodiversity.

The Antarctic region harbors the most extreme climate and the most narrow
biodiversity
of all continents.

Can we rise to the challenge of cleaning up the world’s oceans and protecting marine
biodiversity?

The greatest threat of globalisation is to diversity, or,
biodiversity, to use a truly globalised word.

Within this treasure trove of
biodiversity, the crown jewel is a seven-year-old national park on a peninsula in the northeast corner.

Suhr said the Argentine ants killed native ants and the insect life they normally preyed upon, posing a major threat to
biodiversity.

Under what conditions do people engage actively in building rights to common property and by so doing increase
biodiversity?

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She is now in the middle of a sabbatical year which she is spending doing research for her Masters degree in
biodiversity
and conservation.

She cited the loss of
biodiversity, a decrease in the nutrition of the food supply and the presence of super pests and super weeds as problems.

The present serious damage to
biodiversity
comes from conventional invasive species like woody species, lantana, bugweed and pompom.

Species and not genera or subgenera are considered the most appropriate units in
biodiversity
studies.

Responsibilities for protecting Canada’s
biodiversity
fall on the shoulders of both the provincial, territorial and federal governments.

They have shown that the psychological benefits gained by visiting urban green spaces increase with the levels of
biodiversity.

Even marginally warmer seas will bleach, and then kill, coral reefs, which sustain the greater part of marine
biodiversity.

The students are looking at features to encourage
biodiversity
and create new habitats for sensitive species such as dragonflies and mayflies.

It has an incredible
biodiversity
including savannah, grasslands, thornveld and tall acacia trees.

Backyard
biodiversity
is the international buzzword, and it could well be a thought for the city residents.

Environmental protection and
biodiversity
conservation is the shared responsibility of all Australians.

This timeline contains some of the major events that affect Canadian
biodiversity.

Since its introduction in Ottawa, European frogbit has become one of the dominant plants in many eastern-Ontario wetlands, and has reduced native plant
biodiversity.

For conservationists, the concept of
biodiversity
encapsulates a vision of orderly flows, in which the generative capacity of the environment functions productively.

But polar species are far fewer in number and may not face the same extinction risk as those that live in more confined hot spots with greater
biodiversity.

The interesting economic questions concern the marginal value of
biodiversity
itself and the benefits of preserving a particular marginal species or community.

Oil palms are tropical trees and thrive in rainforests, some of the regions on Earth with the highest
biodiversity.

It is probably time to accept that raw taxonomic counts provide only a first, crude estimate of
biodiversity
dynamics and occasionally may be downright misleading.

Despite immense pressure, Zambia rejected the shipments, realizing that genetic pollution would endanger not only
biodiversity, but also its agricultural exports to Europe.

Knowledge of species is foundational to the understanding of
biodiversity.

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Molecular analyses also highlight geographical centers of
biodiversity
and suggest interoceanic migration of Syngnathus pipefishes from their center of origin in the Pacific.

Madagascar is considered a
biodiversity
hot spot, an area that is home to great numbers of species and that is under constant assault from human activity.

Now the Endangered Species Act enshrines a national commitment to
biodiversity.

The research also found that
biodiversity
loss is tightly linked to declining water quality, harmful algal blooms, ocean dead zones, fish kills, and coastal flooding.

The
biodiversity
report lists 25 species at risk, including otters, brown hares, red squirrels, pipistrelle bats, porpoises, six varieties of dolphin and 13 types of whale.

Our initial focus was on
biodiversity
and food and farming issues, as well as bioremediation and natural treatment systems for decontaminating the environment.

The loss of living coral reefs, which act as nurseries for countless fish and marine species, will adversely impact fisheries and
biodiversity, Miller says.

The national parks of the Bahamas are treasure troves of
biodiversity.

Native wetland species including irises, water mint and marsh marigolds will give extra visual appeal, improved
biodiversity
and insulating qualities.

Australia, like all countries on earth is defined by its
biodiversity.

No wonder the North Kent Marshes is the winter home of an estimated 200,000 wildfowl and waders and that its
biodiversity
is regarded as being of international importance.

Such studies permitted taxonomic identification of morphologically depauperate fossils as a prerequisite to assembling databases for
biodiversity
studies.

He teases the astrophysicists with his advanced technology then withholds the information because he deems us unworthy, then backhandedly compliments our
biodiversity.

So how significant are cloud forests in terms of
biodiversity.

To detect changes in
biodiversity
there has to be a way to measure it.

The forests, with their mind-boggling
biodiversity, are a staggering 10,000 times older than those of North America and Europe.

The region is rich in
biodiversity
and also home to about 50 tigers, hundreds of wild Indian elephants, Indian bison, leopards, and many types of birds.

For example, beet and rape support more
biodiversity
than maize.

Their reports help shape the legislation that help preserve
biodiversity.

It can improve
biodiversity, protect wildlife habitats, and prevent the emission of vast amounts of toxic chemicals into our water, air, and soils.

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Review the key contributions to global
biodiversity
of British overseas territories and the likely impacts of climate change on these contributions.

The relevance of neontology, including ecology, to paleontology could not be more starkly revealed in these and other questions concerning
biodiversity
dynamics.

Livestock degrade land, contribute to climate change, pollute water, and destroy
biodiversity.

It talks about how many acres of wetlands it preserves, the
biodiversity
studies it funds, or the endangered species that roost on its properties.

The backdrop was set in 1992 with the introduction of modern efforts to protect
biodiversity
in the face of so-called biopiracy, the stealing of local genetic material.

It helps to know that the
biodiversity
of dryland farming terrain is threatened, its differently elevated sections maplike from above.

The island is one of the Mascarene Islands situated in the Indian Ocean, a region globally recognized as a
biodiversity
hotspot.

It concerns the protection of soil and water, carbon sequestration and
biodiversity
conservation.

This is a carbon sink that boosts
biodiversity
and also has the capacity to produce food.

Tiger beetles are predaceous insects that are important
biodiversity
indicators.

If you’ve ever seen a stand of musk thistle, you have no
biodiversity
there.

Sequential cladogenesis of Pomacentrus moluccensis supports the peripheral origin of marine
biodiversity
in the Indo-Australian Archipelago.

You may also want to enhance your garden’s
biodiversity
by adding nesting boxes too.

As also increase the production of fruits, nopales and Forage contribute to
biodiversity
in production systems.

Chapter topics include orogenesis, paleogeography, climate modeling, sedimentation,
biodiversity, and isotopic excursions.

Hence, the immense
biodiversity
of our oceans provides a critical, fertile ground for natural products bioprospecting.

A diverse array of marine mammal species strand in NC, reflecting the rich
biodiversity
of cetacean and pinniped fauna in nearby waters.

Wendy Pyper talks to Dr Carden Wallace about the role of staghorn corals in tracing the history of Indonesia’s spectacular marine
biodiversity.

It also includes ecoservice grass clippings from marginal land where the
biodiversity
is threatened by an excess level of nutrients.

Precipitation is important for the area’s
biodiversity
and human population.

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Existing patterns of
biodiversity
have been shaped both by speciation and by extinction.

The country’s
biodiversity
includes a vast array of plant and wildlife, including critically endangered Bengal tigers, the national animal.

The beach encloses an intertidal lagoon which is an internationally important Ramsar Convention site known for its
biodiversity.

The British Overseas Territories have more
biodiversity
than the entire UK mainland.

Japanese Knotweed Fallopia japonica is an invasive species that threatens Jersey’s
biodiversity.

India lies within the Indomalaya ecozone and contains three
biodiversity
hotspots.

The Hebrides have lower
biodiversity
than mainland Britain, but there is a significant presence of seals and seabirds.

Maerl beds are reservoirs of
biodiversity, important both as nursery grounds for young scallops and young fish.

A number of insects, such as the small tortoiseshell butterfly, add to the
biodiversity.

Kuwait’s marine and littoral ecosystems contain the bulk of the country’s
biodiversity
heritage.

Grazing herds on savannas can ensure the
biodiversity
of the savannas and prevent them from evolving into scrubland.

Wildlife of Djibouti is also listed as part of Horn of Africa
biodiversity
hotspot and the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden coral reef hotspot.

The formation of the Isthmus of Panama also played a major role in
biodiversity
on the planet.

The Hebrides generally lack the
biodiversity
of mainland Britain, but like most of the larger islands, Skye still has a wide variety of species.

They create wetlands, which increase
biodiversity
and provide habitat for many rare species such as water voles, otters, and water shrews.

This watershed area has been affected by loss of
biodiversity, erosion of the peaty soils’ structure, and accelerated drainage.

Their environmental impacts have been shown repeatedly to be less damaging to the environment, and a boon to global
biodiversity.

Both the depth and the distance from shore strongly influence the
biodiversity
of the plants and animals present in each region.

In particular, hydropower dams and transmission lines have significant effects on water and
biodiversity.

Oysters influence nutrient cycling, water filtration, habitat structure,
biodiversity, and food web dynamics.

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Thus, to mitigate future losses, management and conservation of Baltic Sea
biodiversity
should include also the genetic level.

Kelp may develop dense forests with high production,
biodiversity
and ecological function.

Others may become feral, but do not seriously compete with natives, but simply increase the
biodiversity
of the area.

The depleted oxygen levels in turn may lead to fish kills and a range of other effects reducing
biodiversity.

Ecologists are attempting to understand the relationship between heterogeneity and maintaining
biodiversity
in aquatic ecosystems.

Since life began on Earth, five major mass extinctions and several minor events have led to large and sudden drops in
biodiversity.

The period since the emergence of humans has displayed an ongoing
biodiversity
reduction and an accompanying loss of genetic diversity.

Conversely,
biodiversity
positively impacts human health in a number of ways, although a few negative effects are studied.

Terrestrial biodiversity is thought to be up to 25 times greater than ocean
biodiversity.

Generally, there is an increase in
biodiversity
from the poles to the tropics.

A
biodiversity
hotspot is a region with a high level of endemic species that has experienced great habitat loss.

Selection bias amongst researchers may contribute to biased empirical research for modern estimates of
biodiversity.

The fossil record suggests that the last few million years featured the greatest
biodiversity
in history.

The control of associated
biodiversity
is one of the great agricultural challenges that farmers face.

Even an agricultural society which primarily grows monocultures, relies on
biodiversity
at some point.

As a result,
biodiversity
loss is a significant risk factor in business development and a threat to long term economic sustainability.

Popular activities such as gardening, fishkeeping and specimen collecting strongly depend on
biodiversity.

Philosophically it could be argued that
biodiversity
has intrinsic aesthetic and spiritual value to mankind in and of itself.

There is mounting evidence that
biodiversity
increases the stability of ecosystem functions through time.

During the last century, decreases in
biodiversity
have been increasingly observed.

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Extirpation, population decline and homogenization of regional
biodiversity
are much more common.

For example, the introduction of kudzu from Southeast Asia to Canada and the United States has threatened
biodiversity
in certain areas.

This has resulted in loss of genetic diversity and
biodiversity
as a whole.

Global warming is also considered to be a major potential threat to global
biodiversity
in the future.

Climate change has seen many claims about potential to affect
biodiversity
but evidence supporting the statement is tenuous.

Loss of
biodiversity
results in the loss of natural capital that supplies ecosystem goods and services.

Conservation biology is reforming around strategic plans to protect
biodiversity.

Uniform approval for use of
biodiversity
as a legal standard has not been achieved, however.

It has been widely introduced elsewhere, often with devastating effects on local
biodiversity.

Around 120,000 species of fungi have been described by taxonomists, but the global
biodiversity
of the fungus kingdom is not fully understood.

In the history of the Earth,
biodiversity
has gone through long periods of expansion, occasionally punctuated by mass extinction events.

The region has a high level of
biodiversity
and many species are endemic to the Caribbean.

Owing in part to their vast size, abyssal plains are believed to be major reservoirs of
biodiversity.

However, due to its capacity for photosynthesis, the photic zone has the greatest
biodiversity
and biomass of all oceanic zones.

Richer
biodiversity
is associated with areas of known phytodetritus input and higher organic carbon flux.

In addition to their high
biodiversity, abyssal plains are of great current and future commercial and strategic interest.

Generally,
biodiversity
recovers 5 to 10 million years after the extinction event.

Central America is a part of the Mesoamerican
biodiversity
hotspot, which extends from northern Guatemala through to central Panama.

Thus, it is clear that the Cape Floristic Region has both economic and intrinsic biological value as a
biodiversity
hotspot.

Conservation International declared the Cape floristic region to be a
biodiversity
hotspot.

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Fisheries are one of the major threats to the
biodiversity
of the Agulhas Bank.

When an organism exploits a wide range of resources, a decrease in
biodiversity
is less likely to have an impact.

However, for an organism which exploit only limited resources, a decrease in
biodiversity
is more likely to have a strong effect.

For a systematic treatment of biodiversity within a trophic level, see unified neutral theory of
biodiversity.

There is no clear relationship between the amount of oil in the aquatic environment and the likely impact on
biodiversity.

Much remaining chalk downland has been protected against future development to preserve its unique
biodiversity.

During its long period of isolation, New Zealand developed a distinct
biodiversity
of animal, fungal and plant life.

Because of the low
biodiversity, nutrient use is uniform and pests tend to build up, necessitating the greater use of pesticides and fertilizers.

Through deforestation and land degradation, livestock is also driving reductions in
biodiversity.

The Cape Floral Kingdom, been identified as one of the global
biodiversity
hotspots, it will be hit very hard by climate change.

There are dozens of marine protected areas in the Adriatic, designed to protect the sea’s karst habitats and
biodiversity.

The
biodiversity
of the Adriatic is relatively high, and several marine protected areas have been established by countries along its coasts.

The mechanized and chemical methods used are causing
biodiversity
to decline.

It has high
biodiversity, containing around 3,400 plant species, 500 birds, 150 mammals and 220 reptiles and amphibians.

The Gran Chaco has high levels of
biodiversity, containing around 3,400 plant species, 500 birds, 150 mammals and 220 reptiles and amphibians.

Lying within the Indomalaya ecozone, Sri Lanka is one of 25
biodiversity
hotspots in the world.

Although the country is relatively small in size, it has the highest
biodiversity
density in Asia.

The topics covered by current exhibitions include junior engineering, human health, the five senses, Earth sciences and
biodiversity.

Colombia is one of the megadiverse countries in
biodiversity, ranking first in bird species.

Mexico is a megadiverse country, ranking fourth in the world by
biodiversity.

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Mexico ranks fourth in the world in
biodiversity
and is one of the 17 megadiverse countries.

Because of its high
biodiversity
Mexico has also been a frequent site of bioprospecting by international research bodies.

The peninsula harbours an extraordinary
biodiversity, with more than 700 vertebrate land animal species of which 40 are endemic.

Fish
biodiversity
is high, and at least 419 species of fish have been reported from the Bering Sea.

Its production also promotes and enhances
biodiversity
and biological cycles.

Such laws may be enacted entirely to protect
biodiversity, or as a means for protecting species deemed important for other reasons.

It has rich flora and fauna, owing to its location on the Western Ghats range, a
biodiversity
hotspot.

The Western Ghats, which form most of eastern Goa, have been internationally recognised as one of the
biodiversity
hotspots of the world.

Nicaragua’s abundance of biologically significant and unique ecosystems contribute to Mesoamerica’s designation as a
biodiversity
hotspot.

Nicaragua is located in the middle of the Americas and this privileged location has enabled the country to serve as host to a great
biodiversity.

There are several monitoring protocols developed for long term monitoring of alpine
biodiversity.

The
biodiversity
that depends on these uplands is very special and very rich.

The
biodiversity
of aquatic plant and algal life is reduced, and invertebrates are also unable to survive and reproduce.

The West Pennine Moors and surrounding farmland have a rich and often undervalued level of
biodiversity.

This is a popular hiking and biking site because of the great
biodiversity, geologic beauty and paleontological resources.

Protecting and improving
biodiversity
across Britain’s forests are both part of the Forestry Commission’s remit.

This new rodent highlights the large amount of unknown
biodiversity
in this Wallacean region and the importance of its conservation.

What does that have to do with good animal husbandry and
biodiversity?

Effects of using host plants on the detected
biodiversity
of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from an agroecosystem.

Recent advances and synthesis in
biodiversity
and biogeography of arenicolous Collembola.

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Macroinvertebrate
biodiversity
in open canopy pools in the Little Harpeth River, Nashville, Tennessee.

There’s an immediate threat to the
biodiversity
of seamounts, coral and other species from bottom trawling.

A comparative
biodiversity
study of the associated fauna of perennial fucoids and filamentous algae.

Other sites slated for the
biodiversity
observation project in Japan include Lake Biwa, Seto Inland Sea and the Kerama islands in Okinawa.

A conceptual model is a visual method of representing a set of causal relationships between factors that are believed to impact one or more
biodiversity
targets.

The objective is not only to characterize the ectoparasites
biodiversity, but also to analyze the relationship between their dynamics and the environmental conditions of host.

The Egyptian Vulture, Saker Falcon and Sooty Falcon, all part of UAE’s rich
biodiversity, have suffered major population declines in recent years.

Twelve indicators show changes in major environmental components of the Earth System, for example, the carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle and
biodiversity.

Some SMS sites have low
biodiversity, but others are populated by a rich assemblage of species, including tubeworms, clams, snails, shrimp, crabs, and cold-water corals.

It is the richest tropical forest in the world in terms of
biodiversity.

The future will see presidia in developing countries, where
biodiversity
is more threatened and where there’s a need for an eco-compatible model of agriculture.

Poaching, human-transmitted diseases, habitat destruction, and decreasing
biodiversity
threaten the future of the mountain gorillas of the Virunga Mountains of Africa.

Dr Rasul highlighted that the snowline is shifting upward due to increase in temperature and likewise there is a
biodiversity
shift on the mountains.

The shallow waters of the Southeast Asian coral reefs have the highest levels of
biodiversity
for the world’s marine ecosystems, where coral, fish and molluscs abound.

The
biodiversity
hypothesis says that the less contact people have with a microbially diverse natural environment, the less diverse their own commensal microbiota.

An area of great
biodiversity, it is essential territory for steppe eagles and lammergeier vultures, as well as many other rare and threatened birds, mammals, and plants.

The park is famed for its
biodiversity
and its enormous Rafflesia flowers.

Twenty contributed chapters address ecosystem services related to the carbon cycle,
biodiversity, the water cycle, and the land-surface energy balance.

The purpose of the Garden is to illustrate the
biodiversity
on Dartmoor.

The Commission received criticism for its reliance on conifers, particularly the uniform appearance of conifer forests and concerns over a lack of
biodiversity.

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In the February 1999 issue of National Geographic Magazine, Goa was compared with the Amazon and the Congo basins for its rich tropical
biodiversity.

Belize is also a leader in protecting
biodiversity
and natural resources.

Because of its varied geography and climate, Peru has a high
biodiversity
with 21,462 species of plants and animals reported as of 2003, 5,855 of them endemic.

Socotra is considered the jewel of
biodiversity
in the Arabian Sea.

Guyana has one of the highest levels of
biodiversity
in the world.

That document contains virtually no information about
biodiversity.

Reduction of habitat, hunting and fishing of some species to extinction or near extinction, and pollution tend to tip the balance of
biodiversity.

Within the abyssal and hadal zones, the areas around submarine hydrothermal vents and cold seeps have by far the greatest biomass and
biodiversity
per unit area.

The Friends of the Irish Environment say that the best policy is to remove young, naturally regenerating beech while retaining veteran specimens with
biodiversity
value.

Extirpation of prairie dogs can also contribute to regional and local
biodiversity
loss, increased seed depredation, and the establishment and spread of invasive shrubs.

Rates of decline in
biodiversity
in this sixth mass extinction match or exceed rates of loss in the five previous mass extinction events in the fossil record.

Maintaining multiple ecosystem processes at multiple places and times requires higher levels of
biodiversity
than does a single process at a single place and time.

Biodiversity’s relevance to human health is becoming an international political issue, as scientific evidence builds on the global health implications of
biodiversity
loss.

The hyperbolic character of
biodiversity
growth can be similarly accounted for by a feedback between diversity and community structure complexity.

Some scientists believe that corrected for sampling artifacts, modern
biodiversity
may not be much different from
biodiversity
300 million years ago.

Accurately measuring differences in
biodiversity
can be difficult.

Broader than
biodiversity, it includes geology and landforms.

Maerl beds provide a complex habitat for a wide range of taxa with a variety of niches that support high associated invertebrate and algal
biodiversity.

The protection of habitats is a necessary step in the maintenance of
biodiversity
because if habitat destruction occurs, the animals and plants reliant on that habitat suffer.

Italy has the highest level of faunal
biodiversity
in Europe, with over 57,000 species recorded, representing more than a third of all European fauna.

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Earth’s
biodiversity
required substantial time to recover from this event, despite the probable existence of an abundance of vacant ecological niches.

This loss in
biodiversity
is not only seen in flora assemblages but also in many animals such as insects and birds as their habitat and food resources are altered.

While tropical rainforests have more
biodiversity
and turnover, the immense conifer forests of the world represent the largest terrestrial carbon sink.

In some respects the Hebrides generally lack
biodiversity
in comparison to mainland Britain, with for example only half the number of mammalian species the latter has.

Indonesia’s size, tropical climate, and archipelagic geography, support the world’s third highest level of
biodiversity
after Brazil and Colombia.

Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s third highest level of
biodiversity.

For use in nature conservation, a buffer zone is often created to enhance the protection of areas under management for their
biodiversity
importance.

The seas around South Georgia have a high level of
biodiversity.

In 2005, a
biodiversity
assessment for the Centre Hills was conducted.

The long history of agricultural production coupled with modern agricultural methods, such as pesticide and fertiliser use, has placed pressure on
biodiversity.

Evolutionary processes give rise to
biodiversity
at every level of biological organisation, including the levels of species, individual organisms, and molecules.

Conservationists say the combination of tropical islands, unspoiled coral reefs and adjacent oceanic abyss makes the area a
biodiversity
hotspot of global importance.

In one of the perversities of economic dynamism, China belongs to a greater East Asian cultural threat of ecocide targeting global south
biodiversity.

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Biodiversity in a Simple Sentence

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