Biodiversity is the divergency of species present in different eco-systems. It is also expressed as the exposure of the endangered or extinctive statistics of the variety of number of species existing in various eco-systems.In the atmosphere, gases such as water vapour, carbon dioxide, ozone, and methane act like the glass roof of a greenhouse by trapping heat and warming the planet. These gases are called greenhouse gases. The natural levels of these gases are being supplemented by emissions resulting from human activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels, farming activities and land-use changes. As a result, the Earth’s surface and lower atmosphere are warming, and this rise in temperature is accompanied by many other changes.
Journals related to Biodiversity and Ecology
Nature, Conservation Biology, Ecology Letters,Ecological Monographs, The Environmentalist, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Journal of Applied Ecology, Biological Conservation, Australian Systematic Botany,Regulated Rivers-research & Management,Applied Soil Ecology, Oecologia, Annals of Botany, Global Ecology and Biogeography.