The Middle Rio Grande Bosque

The Middle Rio Grande Bosque - Biology 408L/508L 01/29/2009...

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Biology 408L/508L 01/29/2009 Reflective Analysis “The Middle Rio Grande Bosque” There are several significances of the Bosque in today’s society. A major contributor is that this ecosystem is a provider of protection, and habitat for numerous living entities that include many plants and animals. These organisms follow the broad trend of habitat that includes environments ranging from arid to wetland. This thereby gives a range of species that compliment this. They include native species of plant and animal that is intertwined in support of reproduction, colonization, and survival. Some major examples are Rio Grande Cottonwood trees, several Willows, Red-eared Slider, rodents, bats, and etc. The Bosque in recent times have come to be a major support in human society. That was represented from the earliest stages where modest use of water was applied to fields and in aiding nomadic life. As time has evolved to present conditions human population has increased dramatically along with demand. This in turn has put a stress on
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BIOL 408L taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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The Middle Rio Grande Bosque - Biology 408L/508L 01/29/2009...

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