The entire field study was a suitable learning opportunity that created a good platform for acquiring essential knowledge and skills in the research field activities. The activities involved in the…..
The tables shown in the field data section show the data collected on the population of the target species by quadrant method. The tables contain the details of the field…..
The theoretical perspective of the study is based on effects that environmental and climate changes have on the population size of plants and animal species in the mountain regions. For…..
The study employed observation and sampling technique in the data collection process. The field activities included in data collection included identification of the study locations whereby observation and historical reports…..
Observation data collection method was used in the initial data collection process for the project. Through the quadrat sampling strategy, animal and plant species within the quadrats were observed, classified,…..
Quadrat, pitfalls, and line transect sampling strategies were used in the collecting various plant and animal species in the region. The three sampling techniques are good especially in an ecological…..
The project aims at studying the biota (animals and plants) in the mountain region of Columbia. Birds and plants in the region will be studied to help in answering the…..
Chaverri-Polini, A. (1998). Mountains, biodiversity and conservation. Unasylva (FAO), (= no.195), 47. The article aims at discussing mountains, the conservation, and biodiversity concepts in the South American Cascade Mountain…..
My chosen are of study is the Cascade Mountain range, particularly in the British Columbia area. The choice of the study was enhanced by the availability of biological study materials…..