What food webs tell us about our environment | MNN - Mother Nature Network
Relationships can be complicated, and that's especially true of the relationship we have with our ecosystem. We're all in this together, after all, and that includes every creature and every plant. To keep a relationship healthy, we have to examine it from time to time. How do we examine the relationship that's shared by all walks of life? By using food webs.
Targeted conservation could protect more of Earth’s biodiversity
Research by Yale and the University of Grenoble documents where additional conservation efforts globally could most effectively support the safeguarding of species (some examples shown here) that are particularly distinct in their functions or their position in the family tree of life.
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