Reintroduction of Species It's the correct thing to do "and you know this, Man!"- - Smokey.


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Since the wolves kill elk (they kill one elk each one to five days, by and large), the mountain bears, foxes, bald eagles, and brilliant birds can ...
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Reintroduction of Species It\'s the proper thing to do "and you know this, Man!"- - Smokey SEE-U 2001, Biosphere 2 Center, AZ Professor Tim Kittel, TA Erika Geiger Mei Ying Lai Lily Liew Adam Nix Eli Pristoop

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No species is an island, Entire of itself. Each is a bit of the mainland, A part of the principle. On the off chance that a mistook condor for a divided living space be washed away by the ocean, The world is less. And in addition if a Gray wolf were As well as though an individual from the con amass Or of their companions were, Each species\' passing decreases me, For I am included in the living scene. In this way, send not to know For whom the chime tolls, It tolls for thee. (Reworded from "For Whom the Bell Tolls" by John Donne)

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BIODIVERSITY ECOSYSTEM STABILITY ETHICS OTHER REASONS

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Biodiversity Diversity prompts solidness Resilience to infections Genetic assets

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Ecosystem Stability > As a human-controlled test. This time, we are reintroducing the species without human impedance. We can investigate different variables that may bring about their extirpation. We require this learning keeping in mind the end goal to protect different species, including ourselves > Preservation of species differences > Enhancement of a current populace to keep up the biological system\'s equalization (evolved way of life)

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Ethics Morally committed in light of the fact that they were at that point there Mankind meddled with their lifestyles; it is our duty to reestablish their once-flourishing populace; just people are equipped for this reintroduction

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Mankind\'s Assault on Animal Way of Life Introduction of Disease Over-chasing Over-gathering Pollution Poisoning Predation or Competition Introduced Species Habitat Loss Competition With Domestic Livestock

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Other reasons Improving nature of human life; species may have restorative, amusement, or yearning purposes (where might Monet be w/o water lilies??) Seeing Canis Lupis in the wild: Priceless Religion lets us know that God made it, so we have no privilege to decimate it Economic advantage If the species populace is conveyed to a controlled level, than utilizing this specie as an asset gets to be conceivable. Individuals will pay cash to see, and eat uncommon species

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GRAY WOLF Canis Lupus ( a contextual analysis) 14 wolves discharged into Yellow Stone National Park Principle point of reintroduction ought to be: To build up a feasible, free-running populace in the wild To improve the long haul survival of the species To restore cornerstone species in a biological community Maintain and reestablish regular biodiversity Provide long haul temperate advantages to the neighborhood and/or national economy

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Since the wolves kill elk (they kill one elk each one to five days, all things considered), the mountain bears, foxes, bald eagles, and brilliant hawks can search the elk meat that the wolves desert. The multiplication of accessible elk meat, and the decrease in the coyote populace, has additionally implied that there are altogether more rodents for different predators to feast upon. An investigation of hereditary variety inside and between populaces of Gray Wolf and related taxa can likewise be useful.

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America Needs Reintroduction of Species

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It\'s Time To Bring Them Back!

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Acknowledgment 1) Conserving Species, Populations, and Genetic Diversity http://www.igc.apc.org/wri/biodiv/gbs-ix.html 2) Species reintroduction focused on http://www.bouldernews.com/news/statewest/05aleg.html 3)            3) Captive Breeding and Reintroduction of Endangered Species: A Resource Site http://www.ags.uci.edu/~mbarrows/4) Did Lynx Reintroduction Fail? http://archive.abcnews.go.com/segments/science/DailyNews/lynx990311.html 5) IUCN/SSC Guidelines For Re-Introductions http://www.iucn.org/topics/ssc/bars/approach/reinte.htm 6)             6) Extinction: http://nitro.biosci.arizona.edu/courses/EEB105/addresses/eradication/extinction.html 7)                    IUCN/SSC Re-presentation Specialist Group http://www.unife.it/biologia/conservazione/Re-introduzioni%20Documento%20IUCN.htm 8) IUCN/SSC Guidelines For Re-Introductions http://www.iucn.org/subjects/ssc/bars/strategy/reinte.htm 9) CONSERVATION PART 4: Reintroduction: Should We, or Shouldn\'t We? http://www.geocities.com/~marylois/archiv52.html 10) Biodiversity: Should we attempt to keep species from getting to be wiped out? http://www.publicdebate.com.au/is/723/f2.html 11) Requirements for Captive Propagation http://www.africaonline.co.ke/AfricaOnline/rsg/oct/propagation.html 12) Requirements for Captive Propagation http://www.gorp.com/gorp/movement/natural life/wol_rndp.htm 13) Yellowstone\'s Wolf Reintroduction http://www.yellowstone-bearman.com/bearman/wolves.html

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