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  • Endangered Wildlife Trust   TAP

    Endangered Wildlife Trust TAP

    The Endangered Wildlife Trusts involvement in grassland conservation started with the Blue Swallow (BSWG) and Oribi Working Groups (OWG) which implemented conservation action for specific grasslands associated with these species.

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  • Palo Quemado blue amber mine  Wondermondo

    Palo Quemado blue amber mine Wondermondo

    Beads from blue Dominican amber / The Singularity, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY SA 3.0 History of mining. Dominican amber was known to local Ta237;no people. Christopher Columbus received a gift pair of shoes with beautiful beads of amber in his first visit to America, on December 16, 1492.

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  • Elephant an Endangered Species

    Elephant an Endangered Species

    endangered species Throughout history, the elephant has played an important role in human economies, religion, and culture. The immense size, strength, and stature of this largest living land animal has intrigued people of many cultures for hundreds of years.

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  • We can't save all wildlife, so conservation laws need to

    We can't save all wildlife, so conservation laws need to

    But some species might need to be moved into national parks, even if they have never been found there before, or out of national parks to somewhere more climatically suitable. Current laws do not

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  • Rare Orchid found   ABC Adelaide   Australian Broadcasting

    Rare Orchid found ABC Adelaide Australian Broadcasting

    The discovery of a large population of endangered orchids in the Adelaide Hills is a breakthrough of national conservation significance. Believed to be the second largest population of the orchids

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  • Threats to Biodiversity  Boundless Biology

    Threats to Biodiversity Boundless Biology

    Invasive species that are closely related to rare native species have the potential to hybridize with the native species; harmful effects of hybridization have led to a decline and even extinction of native species.

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  • Four of six rare black rhinos die after move to Chad

    Four of six rare black rhinos die after move to Chad

    Oct 30, 20180183;32;The six rhinos were transferred from South Africa in May, re introducing the species into Chad for the first time since it died out in 1972, mostly owing to rampant poaching. Chad reported that two of them had died last month.

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  • Ecology and Society Exploring the Role of Private

    Ecology and Society Exploring the Role of Private

    Covering only 2% of the global land area, it contains approximately 10% of the global total of plant species, 6% of mammal species, 7% of bird species, 5% of reptile species, and 6% of insect species (Scholes and Biggs 2004, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) 2005).

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  • New Rio Olympic golf course harmed environment, say critics

    New Rio Olympic golf course harmed environment, say critics

    This project is eliminating the salt marsh ecosystem, [the] habitat of rare and endangered species, Mello said, including a species of beach butterfly, the white sand lizard, rare species

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  • Elephant an Endangered Species

    Elephant an Endangered Species

    endangered species Throughout history, the elephant has played an important role in human economies, religion, and culture. The immense size, strength, and stature of this largest living land animal has intrigued people of many cultures for hundreds of years.

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  • Four of six rare black rhinos die after move to Chad

    Four of six rare black rhinos die after move to Chad

    Nov 07, 20180183;32;The relocation of the rhinos from South Africa was intended to help safeguard the long term future of the species by spreading it out into more places. However, a similar attempt to move black rhinos in Kenya also ended with animals dying.

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  • Opal Value, Price, and Jewelry   International Gem Society

    Opal Value, Price, and Jewelry International Gem Society

    Home 187; Articles 187; Gem Listing 187; Opal Value, Price, and Jewelry Information. Opal Value, Price, and Jewelry Information As a species, opal is so unique it has its own descriptive vocabulary. More than any other gem, each opal is distinctly individual. South Australia modern mining began here about 1915; only white opals found here,

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  • How should natural resources be managed in South Australia?

    How should natural resources be managed in South Australia?

    Projects for the on ground protection of rare species would generally be more important than a large project in a degraded urban area. The boundaries between regions become irrelevant with grants. Many in the city have passion for areas far and wide.

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  • Deep Sea Mining   Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Deep Sea Mining Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Deep Sea mining, like asteroid mining, is a relatively unconventional method of extracting Rare Earth elements (REEs). Unlike asteroid mining, however, deep sea mining has already been undertaken through projects such as deep sea diamond mining. Actual mining for REEs has not been attempted because of environmental issues and cost.

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  • America's Best Climate Defense Lies in Public Lands

    America's Best Climate Defense Lies in Public Lands

    America's Best Climate Defense Lies in Public Lands. along with rare species of desert wildlife, South Africa's Invasive Species Guzzle Water and Hurt the Economy.

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  • 11 critically endangered turtle species  TreeHugger

    11 critically endangered turtle species TreeHugger

    Today, May 23rd, is World Turtle Day. It is a day of celebrating the many unique and ancient species of turtles and tortoises around the world, and bringing awareness to their need for protection.

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  • Deep sea mining for rare metals threatens rare species

    Deep sea mining for rare metals threatens rare species

    Oct 03, 20170183;32;A mining machine is lowered into the water off the coast of Okinawa to extract minerals from a deep water seabed. Photo Agency for Natural Resources and Energy / via Kyodo /

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  • Scientists, Former FARC Rebels Explore Colombian Jungle

    Scientists, Former FARC Rebels Explore Colombian Jungle

    Scientists found rare, and likely new, species while guided through remote Colombia by ex FARC rebels.

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  • Accumulation of Rare Earth Elements in Various

    Accumulation of Rare Earth Elements in Various

    The removal of rare earth elements (REEs) from solution in various microorganisms was examined. Seventy six strains from 69 species (22 bacteria, 20 actinomycetes, 18 fungi, and

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  • Monkey   Wowpedia   Your wiki guide to the World of Warcraft

    Monkey Wowpedia Your wiki guide to the World of Warcraft

    Monkeys are a species of primate and infamous tricksers.[1] and only a fraction of his essence had moved over only enough to possess the monkey's paw. The hozen are a monkey like race found in Pandaria and on the Wandering Isle. [Mining Monkey]

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  • Desert Episodic Streams  The Regulatory Framework

    Desert Episodic Streams The Regulatory Framework

    Desert Episodic Streams The Regulatory Framework Bill Christian The Nature Conservancy. November 8, 2010. listed species, environmental assessment, wet waters, land use planning CEQA includes effects on rare (special, sensitive, candidate, etc)

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  • Northern and Yorke NRM Regional Summary   epa.sa.gov.au

    Northern and Yorke NRM Regional Summary epa.sa.gov.au

    Few rare or sensitive species of macroinvertebrates were found in the region in 2012 but the most notable were the widespread presence of the baetid mayfly (Cloeon) from the fresher streams and the presence of the leptophlebiid mayfly (Thraulophlebia inconspicua) from Spring Creek. A number of molluscs, mites, beetles and caddisflies have also

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  • PLOS ONE Comprehensive Red List Assessment Reveals

    PLOS ONE Comprehensive Red List Assessment Reveals

    Abstract. The establishment of baseline IUCN Red List assessments for plants is a crucial step in conservation planning. Nowhere is this more important than in biodiversity hotspots that are subject to significant anthropogenic pressures, such as Madagascar.

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  • Rare animals that are almost extinct   Business Insider

    Rare animals that are almost extinct Business Insider

    Every day, species around the planet are going extinct. And for each species that goes extinct, many more become and remain endangered due to habitat loss, poaching, and climate change.

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  • Homo sapiens  Meaning  Stages of Human Evolution

    Homo sapiens Meaning Stages of Human Evolution

    Homo sapiens is one of several species grouped into the genus Homo, but it is the only one that is not extinct. See also human evolution . The name Homo sapiens was applied in 1758 by the father of modern biological classification ( see taxonomy ), Carolus Linnaeus .

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  • Rare falcons move into Sudbury mine sites  CBC News

    Rare falcons move into Sudbury mine sites CBC News

    The company has put up two nest boxes on a nearby smokestack, which will continue to be used for nickel refining, in the hopes that the birds will move.

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  • A 21st Century Scramble South Africa, China and the Rare

    A 21st Century Scramble South Africa, China and the Rare

    usually loaded with secrecy and prone to media speculation. The monopoly of China on processed rare earths and the current plans to (re )open two rare earths mines in South Africa which used to be a world market leader in rare earths in the 1960s merit a thorough analysis.

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  • Environmental Impacts   Diamond mining in South africa

    Environmental Impacts Diamond mining in South africa

    Mining has had a large impact on environmental sustainability in South Africa and will continue to affect the area into the future. Open pit mining in mines like Kimberley have created large deep pits which grew wider and filled up with water during rainfall it can increase up to 20 metres at times with heavy rain. An indirect effect of mining is the larger population increases strains in the water supplies and have led to

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  • 10 Gemstones Much Rarer Than Diamond   io9

    10 Gemstones Much Rarer Than Diamond io9

    Today, painite isn't as rare as it used to be. According to Caltech's division of geological and planetary sciences, the identification of a new painite repository in Myanmar, quot;the recent

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  • Biodiversity

    Biodiversity

    Biodiversity is not evenly distributed, rather it varies greatly across the globe as well as within regions. Among other factors, the diversity of all living things depends on temperature, precipitation, altitude, soils, geography and the presence of other species.The study of the spatial distribution of organisms, species and ecosystems, is the science of biogeography.

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