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    Hazardous Heavy Metals: New Review

    Heavy Metal contamination and persistence; Heavy metals are well-known environmental pollutants due to their toxicity, persistence in the environment, and bioaccumulative nature. Their natural sources include weathering of metal-bearing rocks and volcanic eruptions, while anthropogenic sources include mining and various industrial and agricultural activities. Mining and industrial processing for extraction of mineral resources and their subsequent applications for industrial, agricultural,…

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  • ToxicologyPhoto of Heavy Metals Redefined

    Heavy Metals Redefined

    The term “heavy metals” is commonly used in the environmental literature to refer to metals and metalloids associated with environmental pollution, toxicity and adverse effects on biota. The term has been diversely defined, mostly in terms of density, relative atomic mass and atomic number.This diversity of definitions has raised questions about the nomenclature of these elements… Read more at DOI:…

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  • ClimatePhoto of Climate Change adversly effects seabirds; new study says.

    Climate Change adversly effects seabirds; new study says.

    A recent study published in Journal of Biological Conservation finds that seabirds are severely effected by climate change. 38% of Albatrosses, 88% of Penguins and 19% of small petrels are faced with severe climate change.

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  • ConservationPhoto of A step toward Diverse Earth; Cambodia bans Diclofenac to save Critically Endangered Vultures, Claps.

    A step toward Diverse Earth; Cambodia bans Diclofenac to save Critically Endangered Vultures, Claps.

    Lets clap for the BirdLife and other NGOs, who after a long and tired advocacy become successful to urge Cambodian Government to announce ban on veterinary use of Diclofenac. This drug acts as painkiller for livestock but it has deadly effects on Vultures. This has been published by BirdLife in July 2019.

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Germany With Lowest Corona Deaths: Why?

    Germany With Lowest Corona Deaths: Why?

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today, We explore from The New York Times that Germany has reported more than 0.1 Million cases but the death rate is very low. This exception is due to many reasons; Some of these are: The first cases occurred in young people who were very strong with respect to immune system.   The government has…

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  • Eco StoriesPhoto of A NEW STUDY FINDS THAT THE OZONE LAYER IS RECOVERING

    A NEW STUDY FINDS THAT THE OZONE LAYER IS RECOVERING

    What is the Ozone Layer and what does it do actually? The ozone layer  is a high concentration of ozone molecules and shields earth from the harmful effects of UV rays (Ultraviolet Radiation): UV rays can even cause skin cancer. If due to some reason ozone layer is  destroyed then it’s impossible for a living organism to survive on this planet.…

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  • Eco StoriesPhoto of Impact of Coronavirus on Environment

    Impact of Coronavirus on Environment

      The coronavirus has affected the world in many ways. Thousands of patients have died. More and more are getting infected everyday. Many countries don’t have adequate supplies of necessary health equipment. Food supplies fell short in many regions. The way we do our daily chores has changed. The lockdowns have profoundly affected the businesses. Amid this crisis, the shutdowns…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Call For Scientific Articles: Lets Go Together,

    Call For Scientific Articles: Lets Go Together,

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today we announce a great news for all of our readers. This year we are planning to publish our first online and printed Science Magazine with the name Ecology and The Environment. We hope you will find it good and fascinating as well as interesting. We invite you for this golden opportunity to be with us…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of COVID-19: Precautionary Measures, Mental Strength is Important

    COVID-19: Precautionary Measures, Mental Strength is Important

      Today we know that an outbreak of coronavirus causing COVID-19 has put the human life on a broken ship inside water. The life of all is at risk throughout the world. Thousand of cases and thousand of deaths has drawn the red lines between the people. The most famous quote “United we stand, Divided we fall” is now reverse…

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  • Eco StoriesPhoto of Climatic Change Causing Mass Extinction in Pakistan

    Climatic Change Causing Mass Extinction in Pakistan

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! There is lot of organization and platform working in Pakistan like Greenify Agriculture, Indus Agricultural Development Organization, CABI (Central Agriculture Bioscience International), FAO (Food Agriculture Organization), etc., to control climatic change but still it is happening due to huge amount of gas emission in the environment. Organizations According to a report Global Climate Risk…

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  • Eco StoriesPhoto of What is Ozone Layer? Its Effect & Solutions

    What is Ozone Layer? Its Effect & Solutions

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Have you ever listened or read about Ozone Layer? I think you had may be in science subject. So, Ozone layer is protecting living organisms from ultraviolet rays. Basically, ultraviolet radiation causes huge amount losses to living organism health, it causes human cancers, and other skin diseases. Through Ozone layer we are saved from…

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  • Eco StoriesPhoto of Why Bees Are Important to the Environment

    Why Bees Are Important to the Environment

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Many of us feel that bees are disturbing and annoying, and their work is to buzzing all day. But we should know that everything in this world have specific role to play, whereas bees work as pollinators in plants. Almost every crop in this world need pollination to produce vegetables, fruits and other shelter…

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  • News & OpinionPhoto of Climate change and birds: solutions to the crisis: One Day Conference

    Climate change and birds: solutions to the crisis: One Day Conference

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! What are the problems of climate change for birds? and what are the solutions? To deal with the climate crisis, facing by the world these days, BOS is going to arrange a one day conference in UK. For details of the conference click Here

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  • ClimatePhoto of Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! The natural system is intensely on disturbance and is toward extinction. But why it is so? The answer is very simple. A new research by scientists shows that modifying or changing a natural clock in any way can cause serious problems. These can of different forms. Among these, one is the provision of artificial light to…

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