Conservation and Restoration Ecology: Crash Course Ecology #12



Hank wraps up the Crash Course on ecology by taking a look at the growing fields of conservation biology and restoration ecology, which use all the kung fu …
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25 comments

  1. I wish my the govt. of my nation India could take initiatives for rivers like Ganges & Yamuna like US govt. took for Clark Fork River!

    I think i'll keep wishing! :/

  2. "It's easier to protect ecosystems than trying to fix them." You got that right. I don't even think it is possible to "fix" them, if by "fix" we mean return them to their previous state.

  3. this environmental playlist talks about the true happening that truely happen if we just only watch and unprotected our environmental species on our ecosystem thankyou for educating about this important science were as healthy as a environment & must it with respect. water worth more than money…..

  4. this environmental playlist talks about the true happening that truely happen if we just only watch and unprotect environmental species on our ecosystem thankyou for educating about this important science were as healthy as a environment & must it with respect. water worth more than money

  5. I was in Butte Montana for a while. They have the Berkley pit there that had a similar situation of a copper mine closing and because the pumps were then turned off all the water that has seeped into the pit since is super contaminated. This mine, however, closed in the 1980s and they really haven't done anything about it until recently. They had just started building a treatment center before I left to help treat the water before it overflows and drains into nearby lakes and rivers.

  6. Hey there, just wanted to chip in on what makes an ecosystem work and it's not just genetic diversity. Availability of water and biomass are similarly important. Maybe a nice idea for follow up videos?

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