Monthly Archives: December 2021

Cover crops improve our ecosystems

The author is a senior agricultural consultant at the Noble Research Institute, Ardmore, Okla. Noble Research Institute In the fall, many southern growers implement a cover crop plan – perhaps by sowing small grains, winter peas, vetch, or clovers in their seasonal dormant perennial grass pastures. hot. These wheat pastures this winter can plan for […]

Climate change and man-made pollution devastate Florida’s ecosystems (Video)

Homepage ” Politics ” Climate change and man-made pollution devastate Florida’s ecosystems (Video) Posted By: XYZ Social News December 29, 2021 Warming waters and pollutants are destroying manatee, fish and coral habitats in and around the state of Florida. CBS News meteorologist and climate scientist Jeff Berardelli has traveled to Florida to investigate the dilemma […]

Florida’s prescribed burns benefit plants and animals, while protecting communities from wildfires

Prescribed burns are an important tool for managing Florida’s ecosystems, and in Florida they are carried out year-round. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said on its website that burns in spring and summer generally increase grasses and other non-woody species. And burns during fall and winter help shrubby plants, like saw palmetto. Many […]

Millstein-Turnbach-Perugini: A victory for the protection of Vermont’s ecosystems

This commentary is by Macie Millstein, Cassady Turnbach and Nicholas Perugini, who live in Burlington and are affiliated with the University of Vermont. To address the threats of climate change and natural resource scarcity, our government officials must implement policies that encourage conservation while punishing corporate neglect. While not a silver bullet, the idea of […]

MeitY Secretary Releases Report on Economic Impact of National Open Digital Ecosystems (NODE) ​​- Governance Now

The Secretary of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Ajay Prakash Sawhney released the report on “Estimation of the economic impact of national open digital ecosystems” in the post-India Internet Governance Forum (IIGF) workshops that ended today. The report highlights that opening national systems via open APIs would lead to an estimated increase of more […]

Coastal Bend’s carbon-capturing natural ecosystems can help reduce CO2

Patrick D. Larkin, Ph.D. Whether you’re a gardener, hunter, hiker, or someone who just loves the view from your garden, you’ve probably been impressed with the variety and fertility of plant life at some point. As someone who has worked with plants for over three decades, I am always amazed by their ability to grow […]

Securing Large API Ecosystems – The New Stack

Michal Trojanowski Michał is a Product Marketing Engineer at Curity. He is a developer with over 10 years of experience in web technologies. Working on different projects allowed him to learn different languages ​​and observe different approaches to design patterns – also regarding APIs. APIs are everywhere these days, there’s no doubt about it. As […]

Neanderthals changed ecosystems 125,000 years ago – weren’t ‘primitive hippies’

Hunter-gatherers modified ecosystems 125,000 years ago. These are the results of an interdisciplinary study carried out by archaeologists from Leiden University in collaboration with other researchers. Neanderthals used fire to keep the landscape open and thus had a significant impact on their local environment. The study was published in the journal Scientists progress on December […]

How do extreme weather conditions affect marine ecosystems? • Earth.com

Extreme weather events created by human-induced climate change have been on the rise around the world. Droughts, floods and storms often occur in combinations that intensify impacts. Research on extreme weather events has primarily focused on land-based impacts, and few studies have looked closely at the changes occurring in the largest part of the Earth […]

Mistletoe of America – News and Stories

There are more than 1000 species of mistletoe in the world, but those found in America like warm climates. “Most mistletoe in Indiana is man-made, and for good reason, because it’s inaccessible and dangerous,” Purcell said. “Our region is prohibitive to growth, except for the extreme south of Indiana. It’s too cold here. American elms […]

The next big step is the integration of Web2 into the Web3 ecosystems.

Elena Sinelnikova: Metis is building a hub for the entire Web3 economy in 3 steps: Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution with transactions of seconds and pennies. Starting in Q1 2022, when we launch our new storage layer, these transactions will cost just pennies. With our code-free middleware, our DAC infrastructure and. NO-CODE integration via smart […]

King Forever Announces Entertaining Decentralized Ecosystem

KING FOREVER is dedicated to building sustainable, user-centric and entertaining decentralized ecosystems. The game is founded on the belief that gamification shouldn’t just be a gimmick. Driven by creating games that are above all else fun and easy to use, KING FOREVER emphasizes the importance of generating value through fun to attract players beyond the […]

Neanderthals changed ecosystems 125,000 years ago

Credit: Pixabay/Ylvers Hunter-gatherers modified ecosystems 125,000 years ago. These are the results of an interdisciplinary study carried out by archaeologists from Leiden University in collaboration with other researchers. Neanderthals used fire to keep the landscape open and thus had a significant impact on their local environment. The study will be published in the journal Scientists […]

Fresh water from sea ice delays the biological carbon pump by four months

During the summer months, Arctic sea ice drifts through Fram Strait into the Atlantic. Thanks to the melt water, a stable layer forms around the drifting ice above the salty sea water, producing significant effects on biological processes and marine organisms. This, in turn, has an effect on when carbon from the atmosphere is taken […]

Using Planet satellite data to monitor threats to wildlife and ecosystems

In remote parts of the world or where political conflicts reduce access to protected areas, researchers and conservationists need solutions to monitor activities that threaten wildlife and ecosystems. The Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), an international conservation organization founded in 1858, focuses on maintaining biodiversity and conserving wildlife and ecosystems in protected areas and exceptional wilderness […]

Driftwood Flow Disruption Affects Marine Ecosystems • Earth.com

Throughout history, rivers have carried a large amount of driftwood to the oceans. However, humans all over the world are increasingly interfering with this process. New research from Colorado State University (CSU) has found that disrupting the flow of driftwood from rivers to oceans can have a significant impact on marine ecosystems. “Dead trees, known […]

New Insights into Earth’s Ecosystems Through New Analysis

Voice of editors is a blog from the AGU Publications Department. The data collected by observations are essential to science. Models also make a fundamental contribution to science by helping us understand processes and predict future changes. However, observations and modeling have certain limitations. “Reanalysis” is a way of combining the two, and then building […]

The most beautiful plants and animals of the Philippines

No matter what time of year you visit the Philippines, its unique flora and fauna will undoubtedly fascinate you. The plants and animals of the Philippines are so rich in biodiversity. In fact, it has a staggering 52,177 species. Which includes a significant number of endemic species. While Europe experiences short and cold days, the […]

Common Pheasant – News & Stories

“Ring-necked pheasants are a complicated bird,” Brooke explained. “They are not originally from the United States, but they have permeated the culture of rural America and spawned a great conservation movement.” Hoosier pheasants are of Chinese origin. Among the earliest records of pheasants in America are those published by George Washington at Mount Vernon during […]

Earth today | Adaptation Fund: Increasing Ecosystem Resilience in Uganda | News

SUBSISTENCE FARMING employs most of the labor force in Uganda and provides livelihoods for 68% of households. The country also experiences high rates of poverty and population growth and experiences a number of climate change impacts such as landslides and floods. Growing pressure and demand on natural resources for agriculture is exacerbating ecosystem degradation and […]

Protect ecosystems first for maximum carbon storage, study finds

When it comes to slowing down climate change, there is a natural solution that has recently taken hold of the world: large-scale tree planting and reforestation. But a new study warns that other natural climate solutions should be considered first. By comparing different natural climate solutions according to four criteria, the study proposes a hierarchy: […]

Ecosystems, justice and development are all linked to Mayor Hancock’s push for a South Platte revamp

Mayor Hancock brought together people who love and need the South Platte River on Thursday, December 2. The opportunity: Sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that could help attract federal funds to improve the river. Twenty-five partner institutions co-signed the mayor’s letter. Some were environmental groups, like Denver Trout Unlimited, and education hubs, like Colorado […]

Invasive ants can threaten ecosystems by damaging plants at the root

Fathead ants reduce carbon sequestration, root and leaf production, leaf water status, and soluble sugar concentrations in the woody tissues of young acacia trees by digging nests around the roots of young trees. . Young trees already have extremely low survival rates to maturity, so this invasive ant will likely reduce the population growth rates […]

Monitoring coastal habitats that support local communities and various ecosystems

Coastal marshes and wetlands are essential to support the health and productivity of surrounding communities and their marine habitats. Strong aquatic ecosystems support local fishing industries and improve water quality for safe recreation. They also serve as “blue carbon” sinks and promote coastal resilience against flooding and erosion. But as climate change and human activity […]

Victoria’s once-common plants and animals are in serious decline

Victoria’s native animals and natural landscapes are in a state of serious decline, as population growth and land clearance put ecosystems under pressure and climate change causes more extreme natural disasters such as bushfires. An extended state government inquiry into the health of Victoria’s environment found that the clearing of native vegetation and the creep […]

The Weather Network – Plants and animals found living on giant plastic island

Thursday, December 2, 2021, 3:30 p.m. – There is a lot of plastic in the ocean – with about 14 million tons entering the waterways each year. In the North Pacific lies a giant trash patch made of plastic waste. The floating island weighs around 80,000 tonnes and covers an estimated area of ​​1.6 million […]