Biodiversity Essay Topics

Nature Preservation

In the 21st century, as a result of global-warming, environmentalism has adopted a more inclusive, planetary view. Human abuse of nature is almost as old as recorded history. The loss of biodiversity is not healthy for mankind and it is mostly the man-made causes which contribute to destruction of nature. But now serious steps towards… View Article

Biodiversity Maintenance

It is quite obvious that laws and conventions will not be sufficient to maintain biodiversity, as problems arise with efficient practical implementation. Thus we will try to give some basic statements and theses in order to support the development of useful practical concepts for the maintenance and development of biodiversity in nature conservation. Maintaining biodiversity… View Article

Galapagos Island Case

Introduction Geographical                     The geographical mapping of Galapagos Island is able to support both aquatic life and terrestrial life due to its adverse favorable climatic conditions. This is because this island lies in the Pacific Ocean about 999   km from the South American coast and straddling the Equator. Due to this smart geographical condition, there… View Article

Biodiversity Crisis

As shown by the title, our earth’s biodiversity is at crisis. But some may wonder, what is biodiversity? Wikipedia tells us that biodiversity is the variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome, or on the entire Earth. Interesting enough, my science teacher was starting on the Biodiversity chapter when I spotted this poster…. View Article

Manas National Park or Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

Manas National Park or Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a Wildlife Sanctuary, UNESCO Natural World Heritage site, a Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve in Assam, India. Located in the Himalayan foothills, it is contiguous with the Royal Manas National park in Bhutan. The park is known for its rare and endangered… View Article

Ecosystem and Major Agricultural Land

Today, biodiversity is exposed to a lot of fatal threats: destruction of habitat, pollution, over-exploitation and climate change. According to Ray Harris (2002), building cities on farmland leads the ruin of territory, for example those in California. He pointed out that nearly half of key major agricultural land in California is filled with buildings. Pearce… View Article

Safeguard the Future of Our Children

We do not realise that the future generation will not be able to survive without the natural resources we are squandering.With so much progress in this world these have started to matter a lot and play an immense role in our lives. Without any worry we waste tonnes and tonnes of water. For eg. we… View Article

The Role of Zoos in Conservation: Ethical Considerations

As the animal rights movement has developed and grown substantially in recent years, there has been an increased focused on the welfare of captive animals. A popular institution that has received much attention for keeping animals captive is the zoo. Because of this focus, zoos have responded by publicizing their positive benefits for existence in… View Article

Wildlife Conservation

Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal speciesand their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife andwilderness lands to humans.[1] Many nations are government agencies dedicated to wildlife conservation, which help… View Article

British Wildlife

Outline of species along with related anatomy, handling considerations and rehabilitation, release requirements Skeletal system Although the deer’s skeletal system is very similar to a dog or cat’s in terms of its basic structure, although there are some adaptations that they require in order to survive the wild. Deer have long necks which enable them… View Article

Conservation of Biodiversity

Introduction Biodiversity also known as biological diversity is the existence of a wide variety of species (species diversity) or other taxa of plants, animals, and micro organisms in a natural community or habitat, or of communities within a particular environment (ecological diversity) or of a genetic variation within a specie (genetic diversity). (Oxford dictionary of… View Article

Philippine Wildlife

Introduction The Philippine Wildlife has a significant number of plant and animal species that are indigenous in the Philippines. The country’s surrounding waters reportedly have the highest level of biodiversity in the world. The Philippines is considered as one of the seventeen mega diverse countries as well as global biodiversity hotspot. The world’s second largest… View Article

Ecosystems and Biodiversity

Present paper seeks to provide the comprehensive analysis of ecosystems and biodiversity structure and value for the humanity. The thesis is defended that the balance of ecosystems and maintaining biodiversity are central prerequisites for avoiding the future crisis of biosphere of the Earth. The industrial activities of people negatively affect the mentioned balance and result… View Article

Prairie Dogs

“Prairie dogs have a significant effect on biological diversity in prairie ecosystems. More than 200 species of wildlife have been associated with prairie dog towns, with over 140 species benefitting directly…” (Williams 34). Terry Tempest Williams, author of the book “Finding Beauty in a Broken World,” delivers a strong argument as to why prairie dogs… View Article

A Balanced Ecosystem – An Aquarium

The term ecosystem describes both the living and non-living components of an area that interact with one another. All the components are inter-dependant in some way with each other. An ecosystem may be aquatic or terrestrial. In an aquatic ecosystem rocks are needed for shelter and plants provide oxygen for fish. An ecosystem is balanced… View Article