A report on Ecological effects of biodiversity

The diversity of species and genes in ecological communities affects the functioning of these communities.

- Ecological effects of biodiversity

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Summary of major biodiversity-related environmental-change categories expressed as a percentage of human-driven change (in red) relative to baseline (blue)

Biodiversity loss

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Biodiversity loss includes the worldwide extinction of different species, as well as the local reduction or loss of species in a certain habitat, resulting in a loss of biological diversity.

Biodiversity loss includes the worldwide extinction of different species, as well as the local reduction or loss of species in a certain habitat, resulting in a loss of biological diversity.

Summary of major biodiversity-related environmental-change categories expressed as a percentage of human-driven change (in red) relative to baseline (blue)
Demonstrator against biodiversity loss, at Extinction Rebellion (2018).
The Forest Landscape Integrity Index measures global anthropogenic modification on remaining forests annually. 0 = Most modification; 10= Least.
Industrial processes contributing to air pollution though the emission of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrous oxide.
Mass fishing of Pacific jack mackerel (with possible bycatch) with a Chilean purse seiner.
DPSIR: drivers, pressures, state, impact and response model of intervention
An infographic describing the relationship between biodiversity and food.
Earth's 25 terrestrial hot spots of biodiversity. These regions contain a number of plant and animal species and have been subjected to high levels of habitat destruction by human activity.

Ecological effects of biodiversity are usually counteracted by its loss.