In the Laikipia-Samburu ecosystem
, 7,166 elephants were counted, while 181 were counted in the Marsabit ecosystem
Also, a high degree of integration and synergies among key players is vital for the smooth functioning of a FinTech ecosystem
The use of the ecosystem
concept to describe the business environment originated with James Moore, who offered a definition of "business ecosystem
" in his 1996 book The Death of Competition.
So the call to our profession is simple, but essential: work together to understand how ecosystem
services can be quantified, what their impacts are on food security, energy security, and human well-being, and how to incorporate this knowledge into land management, economic models, and policy decisions so that we maintain, or better yet improve, the quality and quantity of the ecosystem
services that we so desperately depend on.
This type of the ecosystem
was dominated by draught- and coldtolerant trees, shrub flowers, pigs and chickens
Ariel Lugo, a scientist in Puerto Rico, has shown that novel ecosystems
can be nearly as rich in species as native ones.
So what difference will it make to think explicitly about the concept of ecosystem
services when formulating federal land management policy?
The Millennium Ecosystem
Assessment identified primary production as one of the most important 'supporting' ecosystem
Extending the notion originally proposed for pollinators in Kremen's study, Boulton says we can surmise that if there is high biodiversity, there are also high levels of ecosystem
goods and services.
The reintroduction of megaherbivores--particularly bison from Canada--could return this terrain to a grassy ecosystem
that retains carbon.
The Urban Ecosystem
Analysis provides a process for the Town of Flower Mound's staff to analyze the ecosystem
services of its green infrastructure.
The combined boreal forest regions in Canada and Russia store more carbon than any other terrestrial ecosystem