Biodiversity is the degree to which life is varied, referring to genetics, species, or ecosystems, within a given area. Humanity has greatly impacted, and felt the impact of, biodiversity. Emphasis on knowledge and protection of plant and animal life will ensure Biodiversity in the years to come.
By Sofía Cortés Tascón, Juanita Rivera Mera, María Alejandra Santana Jiménez, Mariana Guevara Hernández, Nicolás Vásquez Guzmán, Juan Sebastián Giraldo Rodríguez, Santiago Torres Paz
Editor’s note: This poster is one of three selected from projects done by senior students at St. George’s School in Bogotá, Colombia.
Ken Buesseler of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute describes methods for tracking oceanic Cesium released by the Fukushima disaster and misperceptions about radioactive danger in the Northwest Pacific Ocean.
We live in a radiative world. Some radioactive elements occur naturally, while the decay of others has been facilitated by human… Read More +