“Biodiversity” in effect becomes all of biology.
An area’s biodiversity increases and decreases with natural cycles.
The future of our species on Earth depends on maintaining high biodiversity.
One area close to my own heart is restoring biodiversity rather than simply protecting it.
Holistic perspectives on biodiversity have emerged also through another important focus.
Finally, we need to recognise that we all have a role to play in halting biodiversity loss.
Activities that create air and water pollution are reducing biodiversity in many ecosystems.
Activities that create air and water pollution, are reducing biodiversity in many ecosystems.
Conceptually, biodiversity may retain its original connotation of biotic variation at all levels.
A list of 20 biodiversity goals, called the Aichi Biodiversity Targets, was unveiled at the CBD meeting held in…
Human actions that protect and restore biodiversity are good; those that destroy or degrade biodiversity are bad.
For example, Vermeulen and Koziell (2002) see global biodiversity values as ignoring important local values of biodiversity, relating to ecosystem services.
The section, Biodiversity and DNA barcoding, then links all these issues to the controversies surrounding an emerging area of biodiversity assessment, called “DNA barcoding”.
Biodiversity loss, also called loss of biodiversity, a decrease in biodiversity within a species, an ecosystem, a given geographic area, or Earth as a whole.
While process considerations clearly support biodiversity conservation, the maintenance of option values based on elements of biodiversity also ensures processes and services.
In 2021, hundreds of biodiversity experts and government ministers are expected to negotiate new targets on biodiversity for this decade at a meeting in the Chinese city of Kunming.
The sequel to that first biodiversity book, naturally titled Biodiversity II (Reaka-Kudla et al. 1997), documents the rapid rise of the term “biodiversity” in importance and influence.
Sarkar (2005) has argued that interpreting biodiversity across all biological levels, from genes to ecosystems, amounts to considering all biological entities, so that biodiversity absurdly “becomes all of biology”.
There are plenty of observations about the congruence (or not) of surrogates with other components of biodiversity (for review, see Faith 2003), but what constitutes good evidence for an effective biodiversity surrogate?
This perspective is characterized as “post-positivist” because it recognizes biodiversity as inevitably value-laden — there is no one, correct, measure of biodiversity to be discovered but many, each having different values.
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