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Environmental groups that were also party to the settlement said the agreement addresses longstanding hazards to human health and Chesapeake Bay ecosystems.
As Blakeslee details, once wolves were removed from Yellowstone, game wardens had to become wolves themselves, culling the growing, complacent elk herds, whose overgrazing was causing significant damage to the park’s ecosystem.
Everything is nestled in the trees, so the trees are intact and the ecosystem is intact.
Sony has some arguable business motivation to keep players (and their friends) locked in to the PlayStation Network ecosystem, considering that the PS4 is still vastly outselling the Xbox One worldwide.
Capp also worries that the wells will become a permanent fix, rather than a temporary patch, and pre-empt work that could ultimately be more beneficial to an ecosystem that most of the time desperately needs more freshwater.
Hydrothermal vents on these ocean beds might pump nutrients into their surroundings, similar to ecosystems at the bottom of Earth’s oceans.
What makes Alaska special is undoubtedly the rare and unspoiled wilderness that remains to support our connection to this earth's fragile and crumbling ecosystem.
The event also brought with it a brand new Apple Watch, upgrades to Apple TV, and a host of other features coming to the Apple ecosystem this fall.
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