Focus on studying animals which are endemic to a region and threatened due to habitat loss, human impact, and other factors.
What initially began as a scientific expedition in 2006, the MWSRP has grown to become the only long-term organization dedicated to study the iconic, yet vulnerable whale shark species in the Maldives.
Sustainable agricultural is defined as use of natural resources to cultivate plants and plant products that support the health and wellness of the grower.
Analysis of shoreline variability and shoreline erosion-accretion trends is fundamental to a broad range of investigations undertaken by coastal scientists, coastal engineers, and coastal managers.
River channels are analyzed to calculate the discharge, to determine the efficiency of the channel, to see whether the channel is meandering, and identify the components of the river load.
A full 20% of the world is covered in mountains and mountain environments directly support the lives of 12% of the world’s population, or 900 million people.
Mangroves live life on the edge. With one foot on land and one in the sea, these botanical amphibians occupy a zone of desiccating heat, choking mud, and salt levels which would kill an ordinary plant within hours. Mangroves form forests which are among the most productive and biologically complex ecosystems on Earth.
Analysis of the impacts human activities have had upon an environment includes; impacts on biophysical environmental, biodiversity, and large and small scale systems.
Tropical grasslands are located near the equator, between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. They cover much of Africa as well as large areas of Australia, South America, and India. Temperate grasslands occur above and below these regions.
A forest ecosystem is defined as a natural woodland unit consisting of all plants, animals and biotic components. Forests are one of the Earth’s most important ecosystems and promote and regenerate life in ways that we are only recently coming to understand.