Monthly Archives: October 2017

Can promoting cooperative cast-net fishery save critically endangered Irrawaddy dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris)?

On the 17th of December 2012, I visited to a village known as Sein-ban-gone village, which is situated in the Upper Central Myanmar. I was an undergraduate student that time. I went there to visit my friend Aung’s home. The … Continue reading

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“Please! Stop Killing Us!”

This title is said by whales. They cannot speak human language but they are not silent.   Whales have lived on this planet for millions of years. They are all giant and living in the ocean away from human society. … Continue reading

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Is there a future for coral reef?

IS THERE A FUTURE FOR CORAL REEFS? Saurabh Kataria Coral reefs are in decline worldwide at a catastrophic rate due to effects of humans and will continue to do so in the future. Corals are affected by the same number … Continue reading

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Biodiversity conservation issues involved in reputed trademarks in China

What is Trademark ? Trademark value is the value of the use of a trademark at a particular time and economic value, with the use of trademarks and commodities in the process of achieving the value. Trademark is not only an … Continue reading

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Working together as volunteers in Mount Majura Nature Reserve

Introduction Living in Ainslie district for over two years, I have been used to the scenes of Mount Ainslie and Mount Majura Nature Reserves every weekday back to home. Sometimes, I feel grateful to live in such a nice suburb … Continue reading

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Inspiring management in protecting Chinese yew (Taxus chinensis)

Inspiring management in protecting Chinese yew (Taxus chinensis)   Species Introduction Chinese yew (Taxus chinensis), as one of Category 1 protected species in China, has been listed in IUCN Red List as endangered species. It scattered distributes in southeastern China. … Continue reading

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Water hyacinth: a killer of aquatic biodiversity

Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), a species that originated in South America, has been widely distributed in the world. It is a free-floating aquatic macrophyte that typically grows about 0.5m height and up to 1m in tropical areas. Recently, it is … Continue reading

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