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********* Trident University ECOL100 Module 1 Case February 14, 2016
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Section III. 1. How many definitions are listed? Upon reading this I found that there were three definitions listed in information. They include the following Genetic diversity, Species diversity, and Ecosystem diversity. 2. What three characteristics do all of these definitions mention? The three characteristics that are mentioned in all of these include components, structure, and functions. 3. In the last two definitions (In Edward Grumbine, “Ghost Bears: Exploring the Biodiversity Crisis,” 1993and Reed Noss, “Indicators for Monitoring Biodiversity: A Hierarchial Approach,” Conservation Biology 4(4):355–364. 1990) what concepts are added to those three consistent characteristics used by the other definitions? When it comes to the concepts that are added with these two, I have noticed that they seem to lean towards everything we think is bad that happens, actually happens for a reason. By this it is referring to wildfires, an earthquake, even falling water. When one is killed or destroyed, another will live.
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