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The higher the biodiversity, the higher the number of species, and the lower the rate of extinction. A decrease in biodiversity means a single species will become extinct and this will have a negative impact on other organisms for all organisms in an ecosystem are connected.

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Biodiversity makes the ecosystem more stable.

A high biodiversity is when the ecosystem is very good at that spacific place.

It makes the ecosystem able to survive disturbances.

An ecosystem with a high biodiversity would be have an abundance of greenery and it would not be any human disturbances present ex: a tropical rain forest

good! high biodiversity means there are many different species which all can interact and make a good ecosystem.

The term is biodiversity. High biodiversity means a large number of different species in an ecosystem. An ecosystem with many different species is less likely to be disrupted by environmental changes.

Due to biodiversity, a more diverse ecosystem will have high species richness, unlike a small non-biodiverse ecosystem.

Tropical rainforests contain a lot of different producers and consumers and the rainforest ecosystem is very complex.

biomassis a unit of measurement which describes the mass (weight) of the total number of living organisms in a specific area or ecosystem.we could talk about the total biomass for all species on the galapagos islands. or we could talk about the biomass of a particular species on the galapagos islands or the biomass of a particular species in a particular ecosystem on one of the islands.biodiversity is talking about how many different TYPES of organisms there are in a particular area. to say that a place has a high level of biodiversity would mean that there are A LOT of different types of organisms and maybe even a lot of different species of the same organism. Costa Rica and rainforests are examples of places with high levels of biodiversity (these places are also called biodiversity hotspots). we can talk about the biodiversity of a specific ecosystem, area, state, country, continent or the entire planet as a whole.

Places in the world where indigenous people live tend to have high biodiversity.

engineered ecosystems have uniform abiotic featues and low biodiversity while a natural ecosystem is quite the opposite as it has a high biodiversity (many different biotic species) and naturel abiotic factors in simpler words natural ecosystems have no human activity associated with the ecosystem. while engineered ecosystems are ecosystems with human activity involved with them (Ex. pesticides).

biodiversity sntence about the high plains

Biodiversity hotspots are geographic areas that contain high levels of diversified species

The variety plant or animal life in the world or in a particular habitat, a high level of which is usually considered to be important and desirable

Biodiversity hotspots are geographic areas that contain high levels of diversified species, but are threatened with extinction. There are currently 34 biodiversity hotspots in the world.

Evergreen forest are found in areas with high humidity and relatively stable and mild temperatures. The rainforest ecosystem, usually at the canopy level.

If there wasn't high biodiversity animals would become extinct, because many different organisms rely on each other to survive.

The only ecosystems that are in stable and dynamic equilibrium are mature ecosystems. It remains high if it contains a high level of species diversity. It must keep a fine balance between population growth or decline. There is a need to work to correct any imbalances, and Succession which allows an ecosystem to self-heal.

|I would expect the smaller ecosystems to have a high species richness and smaller ecosystems to have low species richness because the biodiversity in the smaller ecosystem is actually larger than the larger ecosystem causing many problems in the atmosphere... which over time can cause a extinction towards many living organisms.

Biodiversity tends to increase as you move toward the equator because temperatures tend to be warmer.

There is no proper name for such lands. However, biodiversity hot-spots are regions known to flourish in their fauna and flora estimates. Any region with a very high net primary productivity, such as a tropical rain forest, will support high biodiversity.

Wetlands have a high level of biodiversity because they produce a great amount of food that supports a very diverse range of animal and plant species.