Monthly Archives: April 2013

Madagascar – The link Between Biodiversity and Poverty

About Madagascar Located in the Indian Ocean, East of Mozambique and with an area approximately three quarters the size of New South Wales, Madagascar is the fourth largest Island in the world. The country has an estimated population of over … Continue reading

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Biodiversity conservation and the importance of local consciousness

While researching listed threatened species to write up an information sheet for a ENVS3039 practical, I found out that Singapore (my native country) actually has a mention on the IUCN Red List of Top 100 most threatened species in the … Continue reading

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Modelling the way for conservation

Think tree hollow simulation Maturetree and the Species-Area Curve – models have been used extensively in our attempts to unravel the complexity of nature, allowing us to better understand ecosystem processes.  Models enable us to simulate these processes by illustrating … Continue reading

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