How do you identify a biodiversity hotspot?

What are the 3 factors that determine a biodiversity hotspot? Three factors that usually determine hotspots: The number of total species (species richness). The number of unique species (endemism). The number of species at risk (threat of extinction). Who identifies biodiversity hotspots? The concept of biodiversity hotspots was developed by the Norman Myers in 1988 …

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What makes a habitat more diverse?

Ecosystem homogenization (caused by, for example, human disturbance) results in a change in habitat diversity (A). Because habitats have different physical and chemical characteristics, they are likely associated with different sets of species. What makes a habitat diverse? Habitat diversity is the number of different habitats that one particular region can provide. For example, a …

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You asked: What climate zone has very little rain?

Dry climates, otherwise known as arid or semi-arid climates, have very little rainfall throughout the year. What climate zone gets the least amount of precipitation? Deserts are defined as areas with very little precipitation and a lack of biodiversity. This article provides examples of deserts, such as the Mojave Desert, and olffers relevant terms, such …

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