Author: Rayon Edwards
Due Date: July 26, 2022
Published Date: July 30, 2022
Buyer Persona: AudienceEcosystem Assessment. (2022). J.T.C & N.E.P.A Training: Environmental Science in the N.S.C: Ecosystem Assessment [Ecosystem Assessment.doc].Google Classroom.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1n9ZZ3fUpsOGMueJphefUFHvfYhUrDeus/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0
The Improved Recognition Of A Antagonistic Ecosystem In Our Countries Food Chain.
” The funny thing about strong people is that, they don’t need you. They choose you; and if you ever take them for granted; They will be content without you”. The improved recognition of a antagonistic ecosystem in our countries food chain prepares equity and quality in education; supporting disadvantaged students and schools to improve their outcomes for suitability and individual identity through parenting and the communities at large. When students attend school for learning; students have the right to access food being a tertiary consumer but avoid the fact that their background has nothing to do with attaining their goals through the levels of education.
The improved recognition of a antagonistic ecosystem in our countries food chain, insinuate; The intense pressure determining aggressive interaction between our problems on ecosystem functioning; The confrontational effects of biological invasion and environmental warming on detritus processing in freshwater ecosystems; The food security and sovereignty and the right to food; The integration of educational theory into disturbance interaction experiments to better inform ecosystem management; And; Evaluating professional development that prepares teachers to integrate academic skills into technical curricula or resources in education while the top consumers are educators who believes in competence and deliver positive outcomes. Why when the barber shave my hair, it is called an hair cut?, so, why when the massage therapists in the spa waxing the hair are called barbers? its because some people wants everything for themselves by misleading other people and carrying the very same system they saw to devastation and destruction so that a novice cannot benefit from the improved version to continue excellent education. These persons should be referred to a psychotherapist to better their cognitive and emotional skills to reduce their mental symptoms and improve their live.
The Intense pressure determining aggressive interaction between our problems on ecosystem functioning. Biological invasions, nutrient enrichment and ocean warming are known to threaten biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. For Example; the impacts of biological invasions are often determined by environmental context, which suggest that the effects of invasive species may vary with other stressors such as pollution or climate change. Studies shows the examined effects of an invasive seaweed ( Sargassum musicum) against another species and reveals that its presence increase green algae. Therefor; the nature of stressors interactions may vary with stressor intensity that lead to less predictable consequence for functioning and structure of a community. Primary producers are found
The Confrontational effects of biological invasion and environmental warming on detritus processing in freshwater ecosystems. Because the intensity of aquatic ecosystems is being challenged worldwide by invading species. There is a growing need to understand the invasion process and to predict the success and effects of invading species. Case histories of fish invasions in streams, lakes, and estuaries indicates that invading species and systems being invaded interact in idiosyncratic ways that are often hard to predict. Freshwater and estuarine biotas are changing rapidly worldwide. Human-mediated invasions of aquatic organisms are associated with these changes which commonly include extirpation of native organisms.( Moyle & Leidy, 1992; Allan & Flecker, 1993).
The food security and sovereignty and the right to food. Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences in order to lead a healthy and active life. FAO had reaffirmed also that ” a peaceful, stable and enabling political, social and economical environment is the essential foundation that will enable states to give adequate priority to food security and the eradication of poverty. Democracy, promotion and protection of all human rights and fundamentals freedoms, including the right to development and the full and equal participation of men and women, are needed in order to achieve sustainable food security for all. (FAO.1996)
According to The Six Pillars of food sovereignty, developed at Nyeleni, 2007 ( Food Secure Canada, 2012), food sovereignty: Focuses on food for the people; Values Food providers; Localizes food systems; Places control at a local level; Promotes knowledge and skills and Works with nature, Without the right to food, one cannot guarantee life, dignity or the enjoyment of other human rights. The food cycle includes the sun, algae, small marine animals, fish and humans.
The integration of educational theory into disturbance interaction experiments to better inform ecosystem management. Managing multiple, interacting disturbances is a key challenge to biodiversity conservation, and one that will only increase as global change drivers continue to alter disturbance regimes. Theoretical studies have highlighted the importance of a mechanistic understanding of stressor interactions for improving the prediction and management of interactive effects. However, many conservation studies are not designed or interpreted in the context of theory and instead focus on case-specific management questions and so interaction between fire and grazing can occurs via a number of pathways; one disturbance can modify the other’s likelihood, intensity or spatial distribution, or one disturbance can alter the other’s impacts on individual organisms.
Disturbance is a major driver of change in ecosystems and is central to both fundamental and applied ecology. As climate change and anthropogenic pressures are driving substantial changes to disturbance regimes such as fire, severe weather and biological invasions, understanding the factors affecting disturbances and their ecological impacts will be essential to effective future management of terrestrial ecosystems ( Dale et al., 2001; Turner, 2010)
Evaluating professional development that prepares teachers to integrate academic skills into technical curricula or resources in education and presents integration strategies learnt in a professional development course. The integration strategies that teachers can use to integrate reading, writing and mathematics into their technical curricula. The ultimate goal of the professional development course is to help teachers improve academic achievement in career about technical education of students; however, the first step in reaching this goal is to explore how teachers feel about integrating these basic academic skills into their technical subject matter and to determine whether they are using the strategies that were taught in the professional development course. If not recommendation can be made based on statistics to improve the academic professional programmed in the statistics of integration strategies.
The top consumers are educators who believes in competence.
References and readings
- Allan, J. D. & Flecker, A S. (1993). Biodiversity Conservation in running waters: identifying the major factors that affects destruction of riverine species and ecosystems. BioSceince, 43, 32-43.
- Ecosystem Assessment. (2022). J.T.C & N.E.P.A Training: Environmental Science in the N.S.C: Ecosystem Assessment [EcosystemAssessment.doc].GoogleClassroom.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1n9ZZ3fUpsOGMueJphefUFHvfYhUrDeus/view?usp=drive_web&authuser=0
- Moyle, P. B. & Leidy, R. L. (1992). Loss of biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems: evidence from fish faunas. In Conservation biology: the theory and practice of nature conservation, preservation, and management, ed p. L. Feidler & S. K. Jain. Chapman and Hall, New York. pp. 127-70
- Robert J. Mrowicki, Nessa E. O’Connor, Wave action modifies the effects of consumer diversity and warming on algal assemblages, Ecology, 10.1890/14-0577.1
Choose one of the following assessments. Once done upload for discussion in the classroom
- Record an activity in your community showing stewardship to the environment (garbage
treatment/ sorting, recycling, composting etc)
- Record your environment and list three food chains within that environment.