Why do warm tropical areas have more biodiversity than cooler areas?
Because the air is denser Because the air is denser
BIODIVERSITY By Daniel Olsen Biodiversity interacts with our life majorly. We would not survive without it. By the large grow in greenhouse gasses by the past several years it has effected our Earths biodiversity at large.If our Earths biodiversity gets too damaged we could lose our fresh water causing larger water restrictions ,our reefs and our Alpine Areas.There would be more bushfires and effect our lives,home and property.It would spread Tropical diseases and parisites.There will…
Because since it rains so much, erosion occurs (water, oxygen, or carbon dioxide) which is a chemical reaction. Tropical regions have the most living life (Biomass and Biodiversity) which means it rains even more for the animals to survive in. Tropical Region= More rain. More rain= More life= there is more chemical weathering from the rain.
The "biosphere," by definition, wouldn't be much of a biosphere without biodiversity. The biosphere is comprised of all the ecosystems/areas on Earth that sustain life. As biodiversity is lost in an ecosystem, the ecosystem becomes weaker and more inefficient at sustaining life. When biodiversity is under threat, its life-sustaining gifts are under threat.