Lecture 13 Saving Biodiversity and Protecting Ecosystem Services
Lecture 13 Saving Biodiversity and Protecting Ecosystem Services, part 1 The Age of Sustainable Development 13.1. Relationships between
Ecosystems and Well-being Source: Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. 2005. Ecosystems and Human Wellbeing: Synthesis. Washington, DC: Island Press. 13.2. Human Footprint Index of Relative Human Influence Around
the World Copyright 2008. The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York. Source: Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN). The Last of the Wild data set. New York: Columbia University and Wildlife Conservation Society, the Bronx Zoo. http://www.sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/wildareas.
13.3. Model of Humanitys Direct and Indirect Effects on the Earth System Source: Vitousek, Peter M., Harold A. Mooney, Jane Lubchenco, and Jerry M. Melillo. 1997. Human Domination of Earths Ecosystems. Science 277(5352): 494499. Reprinted with permission from AAAS.
13.4. Human Dominance or Alteration of Several Major Components of the Earth System Source: Vitousek, Peter M., Harold A. Mooney, Jane Lubchenco, and Jerry M. Melillo. 1997. Human Domination of Earths Ecosystems. Science
277(5352): 494499. 13.5. IUCN Species Classification System Source: IUCN 2001.
13.6. IUCN Red List of Endangered Species Source: IUCN Red List version 2014.
13.7. Total Fish Catch (Aquaculture Production and Wild Caught) Source: Global total wild fish capture and aquaculture production in million tonnes, 19502010 as reported by FAO/FishStat database, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0.
13.8. Increase of Global Fishing Fleets (1950,2006) WWF. 2012. Living Planet Report 2012. WWF International, Gland, Switzerland. 13.9. Spatial Expansion and Ecological Footprint of Fisheries
(1950,2005) Swartz W., Sala E., Tracey S., Watson R., Pauly D. (2010) The Spatial Expansion and Ecological Footprint of Fisheries (1950 to Present). PLoS ONE 5(12): e15143. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015143. Sea Around Us (www.seaaroundus.org).
Green Gland Appearance: Fleshy Bits Location: 1 on each side of head behind eyes Function: Secrete enzymes needed to digest food. Stomach Appearance: Fleshy Sack Location: In between Green Glands. Function: Grind up food (uses teeth-like structures).
The latter condition is considered an innocent murmur, also referred to as a functional, benign, or normal murmur, and may be transient during childhood. Such murmurs may be accentuated during high-output states (eg, fever, infection, anemia).
GMO's. Tradeoffs of GM Crops and Foods. Figure 10.15 Use of genetically modified crops and foods has advantages and disadvantages. Questions: Which two advantages and which two disadvantages do you think are the most important? Why? Feedlots.
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