2 edition of Grazing to extinction found in the catalog.
Grazing to extinction
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-50)
|Statement||by John Horning.|
|Contributions||National Wildlife Federation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
Rare, endemic plants have been driven to extinction or near extinction elsewhere by introduced herbivores (e.g., goats in Hawaii and the Galapagos Islands; Loope et al. ). Our studies represent only a small part of the total picture of mountain goat herbivory. Their habitats are badly degraded or lost entirely to livestock grazing. Grevy’s zebras are hunted for their meat, skins, and medicinal purposes. Zebras are social animals and live together in large groups, called herds. As they migrate to new feeding grounds, ‘super herds’ may form consisting of thousands of individuals.
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Earlier this year the Trump administration lowered the monthly fee for grazing on public lands and national forests from $ to $ — the lowest price allowed by law. The fee covers one “animal month” — 30 days of grazing — for each cow, or cow with calf. The same fee applies for every five sheep or goats. Grazing on public lands is cheaper than purchasing feed or grazing on private land, which is why the practice continues to this day. While cattle grazing on the open range may have once been necessary a century ago, it is now a threat to the beautiful landscapes, the natural plant life, the precious water supplies, and the native — and sometimes endangered — wildlife.
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Through dramatic photographs Grazing to extinction book scientifically supported essays, the book shows that wherever cattle are grazing at the public trough, severe and sometimes irreversible ecological damage results.
Fauna of all kinds are extirpated, endangered, or driven to extinction; riparian zones are trammeled and degraded; introductions of exotic grasses /5(20). are being grazed to extinction.
Forest Guardians, Montezuma, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM GRAZING TO EXTINCTION The species listed here have one thing in common: they are being driven to extinction by historic and ongoing abusive grazing practices on our public lands.
Livestock. Describing the cutting-edge science, and tackling the misleading ideas, surrounding de-extinction, this book immerses us in current discussions as well as the debates that are sure to come." --Joel L.
Cracraft, American Museum of Natural History/5(71). In this book he walks through multiple extinction events. The most famous extinction event is the end of the Cretaceous, when the Dinosaurs went extinct.
But the most dramatic was the end of the Permian, which was about million years ago, when something like 95% of all species on the planet went extinct at the same time. Paleobiologist Anthony D. Barnosky weaves together evidence from the deep past and the present to alert us to the looming Sixth Mass Extinction and to offer a practical, hopeful plan for avoiding it.
Writing from the front lines of extinction research, Barnosky tells the overarching story of geologic and evolutionary history and how it informs the way humans inhabit, exploit, and impact.
Introduction. Livestock grazing is the most common anthropogenic disturbance in rangeland ecosystems (Alkemade, ).Grazing plays a prominent role in maintaining biodiversity (Mcnaughton, ; Yang et al., ; Yuan et al., ) and productivity (Schönbach et al., ; Alkemade et al., ), as well as providing livestock production to human beings, through modifications of.
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Photographer Joel Sartore has been called a modern-day Noah for building the Photo Ark, the world’s largest. Livestock grazing affects over 60% of the world's agricultural lands and can influence rangeland ecosystem services and the quantity and quality of wildlife habitat, resulting in changes in biodiversity.
Concomitantly, livestock grazing has the potential to be detrimental to some wildlife species while benefiting other rangeland organisms.
Gradual changes usually result in a displacement of the biota but not necessarily mass extinction Pleistocene glaciation [good but slow to load!] (over the last my) resulted in significant extinction of grazing animals in North America and Eurasia, but not in Africa and portions of South America.
Extinction risk was more common in hybridizing vertebrates than plants (69% vs 52%), (Helianthus) hybrid swarms that formed following habitat disturbance in the s due to grazing, and/or trail and road construction.
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