Cary Institu

  • said Richard Ostfeld , disease ecologist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook. (caryinstitute.org)

biodiversity

  • Delivery of ecosystem services depends on the efficient functioning of ecosystems, which in turn depends on biodiversity and environmental conditions. (cambridge.org)
  • With contributions from leading researchers, this volume synthesises current understanding of the effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning caused by a variety of human activities and pressures at play in coastal marine ecosystems. (cambridge.org)

organism

  • In an ecosystem, each organism has its' own niche or role to play. (pearltrees.com)

Climate

  • Each ecosystem has a characteristic physical environment, including its climate and altitude, which produces a dominant type of vegetation. (pearltrees.com)

Science

services

  • Ecosystem services are emerging as a key driver of conservation policy and environmental management. (cambridge.org)
  • The cases in this report include a wide variety of types of Payment for Ecosystem Services, or "PES" programs. (issuelab.org)
  • The cases vary by payment type, ecosystem services involved, and the end goal of the purchase. (issuelab.org)

benefits

  • Chris Haddad discusses cloud computing, PaaS, multi-tenancy, cloud ecosystems, cloud aware APIs from the perspective and the benefits it can provide to the business. (infoq.com)

Human

  • The vast array of microorganisms - which include many species of bacteria or viruses - that dwell in or on humans together comprise an ecosystem, or 'microbiome'," said Gladstone Associate Investigator Katherine Pollard , PhD, an associate professor at UCSF whose findings - available online in PLoS ONE - focused on microbes living in the human gut. (ucsf.edu)
  • Alongside my fellow HMP researchers, we used cutting-edge data-analysis tools to find out not only how this microbiome maintains human health, but also how changes in this ecosystem could contribute to disease. (ucsf.edu)
  • Many marine ecosystems are extremely productive and highly valued, but they are increasingly threatened by human activities. (cambridge.org)

type

  • To learn more about several North American ecosystems, click on a type of ecosystem from the list below: Forests Forests are fascinating ecosystems. (pearltrees.com)

marine

  • The authors examine the likely consequences for ecosystem service provision, covering key topics including fisheries, aquaculture, physical structures, nutrients, chemical contaminants, marine debris and invasive species. (cambridge.org)

contribute

  • Leaving fungi unpicked means they continue to contribute to the Forest's fragile ecosystem and web of life, ensuring the spectacle they provide can be appreciated by everyone. (telegraph.co.uk)

include

  • Some important cycles that occur in ecosystems to help maintain proper balance include: Biomes of the World. (pearltrees.com)

together

  • An ecosystem describes a specific area where the organisms work together as a unit. (pearltrees.com)

knowledge

  • Designing a post-genomics knowledge ecosystem to translate pharmacogenomics into public health action. (biomedsearch.com)

plants

  • Both the physical environment and the living community of plants, animals and other organisms determine an ecosystem. (pearltrees.com)

water

  • How these organisms interact with the sun, soil, water, air and each other in a specific area is called an ecosystem. (pearltrees.com)