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Global-ecology

The essential data about global-ecology explained in 17 infographics. Detailed images, charts and maps covering space debris, amphibians at risk of extinction, terrestrial and ocean biomes, antarctic geography, ice, and currents and more. Learn the truth about global-ecology and how it relates to the state of the world on The Global Education Project website with un-biased facts from the most reliable sources.
Space Debris SPACE DEBRIS Before 1961, the entire Earth satellite population was just over 50 objects. Since 1957, about 9,600 satellites have been launched and about 5500 are still in space—and 2300 of these are still functioning. The total mass of all space objects...
Amphibians at Risk of Extinction
Terrestrial and Ocean Biomes Evidence is growing that the thermohaline circulation, driven by temperature and salinity, could be slowed or stopped by cold fresh water inputs to the Arctic and North Atlantic oceans, diluting the salt concentration in the ocean. This could occur if...
Antarctic Geography, Ice, and Currents
Languages at Risk of Extinction About 43% of over 7,000 of the world's languages are endangered. Just 23 languages are spoken by more than half of the world's people, inhabiting upwards of 85% of the land surface of the globe. [1] These same languages are of the cultures primarily responsible...
Fungi at Risk of Extinction
Plants at Risk of Extinction
Fishes at Risk of Extinction
Reptiles at Risk of Extinction
Forest Land As Percentage of Total Land Area 1990 and 2016
Birds at Risk of Extinction
Mammals at Risk of Extinction
Insects at Risk of Extinction THE POLLINATORS: Insects play a central role in a variety of ecosystem processes, including: pollination, nutrient cycling and providing food sources for birds, mammals and amphibians. 80% of wild plants are estimated to depend on insects for pollination...
Human Population Growth by Region Directly or indirectly, the human species already captures nearly 40% of the total biological productivity on land and 70% of the productivity of the marine environment—the "net primary productivity" of the planet—for its exclusive use. The rate of...
Change in Forest Area by Region
World Forest Area 1990 - 2015
Global Ecology
Population, pollution, greenhouse gases and deforestation are creating never before seen changes in Earth's living systems—including a cultural and species extinction rate that is the highest in the planet's history.


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