Blog Post 7 : Theoretical Perspectives

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 example, the water cycle is a key ecological process that the study will employ in discussing the causes of extinction or migration of various species after rapid changes in climate and weather in the mountain regions. Water is a basic necessity for the effective functionality of any living thing. However, global warming causes the rise in water tides and temperatures around the mountain regions hence affecting the nutrient absorption cycle for animals and plants. The changes are unexpected and either result to migration in search of suitable climatic conditions or death of the particular species.

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