• Are Our Natural Resources Scarce and What Are They?

    Are our natural resources becoming scarce, and if so, why? What will be the cost? Understanding this effect can help future generations.
    By Superbwriter May 22, 2011 

  • Tropical Rainforests of the World: Locations, Descriptions, and Wildlife

    The rainforests are diverse tropical eco-regions along the equator. Explore what rain forests are, where are rainforests found, a description of some of the well recognized ones, and even the names of all rainforests.
    By Alex Meleg May 21, 2011 

  • Understanding the Meaning of Ecosystems

    Every ecosystem on Earth has one or more species that interact in an ecology community with each other, and interact with their non-living environment.
    By Kayar May 19, 2011 

  • Marine Life in the Arctic Ocean

    The marine ecosystem of the Arctic has ice algae, phytoplankton, zooplankton, fish and benthic invertebrates, seals, walruses, whales, polar bears, and seabirds. Also, humans. Read on to learn more about them.
    By Kayar May 15, 2011 

  • Learning About the Temperate Rainforest

    Learning all about the temperate rainforest allows us to get a closer look into how this type of rainforest grows, lives, and thrives.
    By R. Elizabeth C. Kitchen May 7, 2011 

  • Information About the Ecology of the Mojave Desert

    The Mojave Desert is defined predominantly by the range of the Joshua tree. This makes it hard to define a single ecology for the desert. Mojave Desert ecology is best divided into two distinct regions, the north and south.
    By KennethSleight April 26, 2011 

  • Paleontologists Define Fossil Records as all the Fossils Found on Our Planet

    How do we define fossil records? How are evolution and the fossil record linked? Read about how the fossil record is evidence of Darwin's theory of evolution and learn about some of the major evolutionary events that are documented in the...
    By Karen Coates April 17, 2011 

  • What is an Ecological Footprint?

    Humanity requires all that nature provides, but often we are left to wonder how much natural resources we are using at present and how much we are suppose to use. It is here that ecological footprint comes to use.
    By Finn Orfano April 5, 2011 

  • Loss of Habitat in the Wyoming Rockies

    Driving through the open spaces of Wyoming and into its share of the Rocky Mountains, loss of habitat seems like a problem for more crowded states. Sadly, habitat loss is an issue in this frontier state.
    By Donna Cosmato January 25, 2011 

  • Loss of Habitat in the Colorado Rockies

    With stunning scenery, year-round outdoor sporting and potential for quality mountain living, Colorado has invited new residents for decades. The continuing influx of people into Colorado mountain communities has created a crisis for wildlife. The loss...
    By Finn Orfano January 25, 2011 
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