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Evil Among Us Species Intervention #6609

Evil Among Us Species Intervention #6609 ebook ISBN: 9780989976930
Publisher: Ek Publishing
Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 216 
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Lorna, Jennifer and Seth struggle to reach the hive amid the chaos of armageddon. What fate awaits the beloved planet Earth? Shock ensues as the survivors unravel some of the mysteries of the hive and mourn unexpected losses.

The One Species Intervention #6609

The One Species Intervention #6609 ebook ISBN: 9780989976954
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Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 238 
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In The One, the sixth book in the Alien Species Intervention #6609 series, almost a hundred years have passed since Armageddon. The Earth is ready for habitation but it is a far different Earth from the one last seen so long ago. Alongside the original wildlife and generations of their offspring, new plants and forms of wildlife from different worlds populate the planet as chosen by the Womb. The survivors discover they have not aged a day since the bombs dropped, but any new relationship that is forged stagnates when the chance to bear children is denied them. Every human now realizes their sole purpose is to support the animals and must fight to eke out a role in the new ecosystem that has put them at the bottom of the food chain. As a new civilization develops above ground, the new natural order thrusts women into positions of power. Will the softer of the species spell success for what is left of the human race? Or are the mistakes of the past doomed to be repeated? Alien Species Intervention #6609, is an alien apocalyptic saga spanning 200 years from the Prohibition to the distant future. It encompasses tender love between divergent species, political downfalls and acts of unspeakable violence. When you think you've figured it out . . . WHAM You won't see it coming. Thriller, horror, science fiction and fantasy all in one, the series is a gripping psychological exploration of how the inherent greed and evil of man is dooming planet Earth and its inhabitants. Warning: Alien Species Intervention #6609 contains violence that a sensitive reader may find confronting.

Baby Species Intervention

Baby Species Intervention ebook ISBN: 9780989976909
Publisher: Ek Publishing
Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 194 
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Netty, a naive teenage farm girl, is given in marriage to an older brutal opportunist disguised as a successful citizen during the Prohibition years in Sussex County, New Jersey. After years of enslavement, Netty flees into the night from her husband and travels back to her parents' farm. While there, she rescues an unfamiliar damaged creature she finds in a cave in the woods, falling in love with the alien she names Baby. Together they find happiness despite the changes to Netty's body due to her proximity to the unusual creature. Damaged by entry into Earth's atmosphere while pregnant, the confused creature forgets the purpose of his mission, appearing unconcerned with the disappearance of his offspring while savoring the joy of the love he shares with Netty.

Hive Species Intervention #6609

Hive Species Intervention #6609 ebook ISBN: 9780989976947
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Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 226 
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The world is destroyed in a nuclear war and terrified survivors struggle to adjust to the new pecking order in the hive and the revelations of their own origins. No longer the dominant species on Earth, they must learn to put the lives of all creatures before their own if they are to have any chance of survival.

Echo Species Intervention #6609

Echo Species Intervention #6609 ebook ISBN: 9780989976916
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Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 240 
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*** 4.7 star rating on entire series!!! *** Voted #1 on 14 Goodreads lists!! #1 - Just Plain Awesome Books, #1 - Books That Are Worth Your Time, #1- Fantasy and SciFi to Read Before You Die, #1 - Books I stayed Up All Night Reading, #1 - Awsome Action, #1 - Science Fiction, Fantasy Books For Summer Reading, #1 - Books You'll Never Put Away, #1- Best Fantasy and Sci fi books, #1-Great Books Not Nearly Enough People Read, #1-Indie Authors To Watch. #1- Page Turners, #1- Indie Writers Unite, #1- Books I Own, #1-What I Want To Read This Summer, #1- Eye Catching Titles. Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best New Series Fiction bookjunkieschoice.com/2013-winner-best-new-series-fiction/ Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best SciFi bookjunkieschoice.com/2013-winner-best-sifi/ 2033. One hundred years have passed since the birth of Baby's miraculous offspring, Echo. The United States has evolved to a point of politically driven economic collapse. An abused mother escapes with her two sickly children, Scotty and Abby, from the tenements of Short Hills to the farmland of Sussex County. There she unites with a Latino family who has provided a loving home to Jose, a young Costa Rican boy who has been traumatized by murder and kidnap. The two families find themselves the subject of the psychotic attention of Armoni, a soul damaged beyond redemption, as their lives become entwined with Echo's, who is intent on thwarting the efforts of the heinous people who prey on the lives of other creatures. And as the insidious miscreant, Armoni, tracks them down, bringing brutality and violence to all, Netty recruits a heartbroken Abby to mount a mission to rescue the wildlife of Earth before despicable events bring on the spectre of Armageddon. Echo is the second book in the Alien Species Intervention #6609, an alien apocalyptic saga spanning 200 years from the Prohibition to the distant future. It encompasses tender love between divergent species, political downfalls and acts of unspeakable violence. When you think you've figured it out . . . WHAM! You won't see it coming. Thriller, horror, science fiction and fantasy all in one, the series is a gripping psychological exploration of how the inherent greed and evil of man is dooming planet Earth and its inhabitants. Warning: Alien Species Intervention #6609 contains violence that a sensitive reader may find confronting.

Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in Small Island Developing States

Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in Small Island Developing States ebook ISBN: 1466665025
Publisher: IGI Global
Author: Ganpat, Wayne G.
Number of Pages: 439 
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With the potential to impact weather patterns, agriculture, and habitability of certain regions, global warming is a topic of interest to environmentalists, scientists, as well as farmers around the world. The threat of food shortages and famine especially becomes a major concern as a result of recent climate shifts. Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in Small Island Developing States discusses the repercussions of a shifting climate on food production and availability in small island nations. Comprised of research-based chapters on topics relevant to crop management, sustainable development, and livestock management on island territories, this advanced reference work is appropriate for environmental researchers, food scientists, academicians, and upper-level students seeking the latest information on agricultural concerns amidst a changing climate.

Our Uncommon Heritage

Our Uncommon Heritage ebook ISBN: 1139916858
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Charles Perrings
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Biodiversity change is the biggest environmental problem of our time. It leads to much more than species extinctions, affecting the food we eat, the diseases we face, our vulnerability to fire and flood, and our ability to adapt to climate change. Our Uncommon Heritage explores the many dimensions of human-driven biodiversity change. It integrates ecology, economics and policy to examine the causes and consequences of changes in ecosystems, species and genes, and to identify better ways to manage those changes. It explores the place of biodiversity in the wealth of nations, the rights and responsibilities people have for natural resources at local, regional, national and international levels, and the challenges faced in protecting the common good at the global level. This is an important book for students and researchers in the fields of conservation and sustainability science, ecology, natural resource economics and management. It also has much to say to those engaged in international conservation, health, agriculture, forestry and fisheries policy.

Armgeddon Cometh

Armgeddon Cometh ebook ISBN: 9780989976923
Publisher: Ek Publishing
Author: J. K. Accinni
Number of Pages: 202 
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Under the guidance of Netty, Abby concocts her plan to abduct the wildlife at the big cat sanctuary in Sarasota, Florida, and relationships take interesting turns.

Crayfish in Europe as Alien Species

Crayfish in Europe as Alien Species ebook ISBN: 9789054104698
Publisher: CRC Press
Author: Francesca Gherardi,David M. Holdich
Number of Pages: 310 
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From the third international workshop on the subject (U. of Florence, 1997), come 18 papers reviewing the issue of alien crayfish decimating the relatively few native species in European freshwater environments. In a historical and taxonomic context, the initial paper explains why such homogenizatio

Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology

Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology ebook ISBN: 1444330004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: David M. Richardson
Number of Pages: 456 
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Invasion ecology is the study of the causes and consequences of the introduction of organisms to areas outside their native range. Interest in this field has exploded in the past few decades. Explaining why and how organisms are moved around the world, how and why some become established and invade, and how best to manage invasive species in the face of global change are all crucial issues that interest biogeographers, ecologists and environmental managers in all parts of the world. This book brings together the insights of more than 50 authors to examine the origins, foundations, current dimensions and potential trajectories of invasion ecology. It revisits key tenets of the foundations of invasion ecology, including contributions of pioneering naturalists of the 19th century, including Charles Darwin and British ecologist Charles Elton, whose 1958 monograph on invasive species is widely acknowledged as having focussed scientific attention on biological invasions.

Alien Interventions

Alien Interventions ebook ISBN: 1642982601
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Author: Edward Manuszak
Number of Pages: 202 
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Annual Report

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Author: Scottish Crop Research Institute
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Invasive and Introduced Plants and Animals

Invasive and Introduced Plants and Animals ebook ISBN: 1134062028
Publisher: Routledge
Author: Ian D. Rotherham,Robert A. Lambert
Number of Pages: 392 
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There have been many well-publicized cases of invasive species of plants and animals, often introduced unintentionally but sometimes on purpose, causing widespread ecological havoc. Examples of such alien invasions include pernicious weeds such as Japanese knotweed, an introduced garden ornamental which can grow through concrete, the water hyacinth which has choked tropical waterways, and many introduced animals which have out-competed and displaced local fauna. This book addresses the broader context of invasive and exotic species, in terms of the perceived threats and environmental concerns which surround alien species and ecological invasions. As a result of unprecedented scales of environmental change, combined with rapid globalisation, the mixing of cultures and diversity, and fears over biosecurity and bioterrorism, the known impacts of particular invasions have been catastrophic. However, as several chapters show, reactions to some exotic species, and the justifications for interventions in certain situations, including biological control by introduced natural enemies, rest uncomfortably with social reactions to ethnic cleansing and persecution perpetrated across the globe. The role of democracy in deciding and determining environmental policy is another emerging issue. In an increasingly multicultural society this raises huge questions of ethics and choice. At the same time, in order to redress major ecological losses, the science of reintroduction of native species has also come to the fore, and is widely accepted by many in nature conservation. However, with questions of where and when, and with what species or even species analogues, reintroductions are acceptable, the topic is hotly debated. Again, it is shown that many decisions are based on values and perceptions rather than objective science. Including a wide range of case studies from around the world, his book raises critical issues to stimulate a much wider debate.

Invasive Aquatic Species of Europe. Distribution, Impacts and Management

Invasive Aquatic Species of Europe. Distribution, Impacts and Management ebook ISBN: 9781402008375
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: Erkki Leppakoski,Erkki Leppäkoski,Stephan Gollasch,Sergej Olenin
Number of Pages: 583 
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This book is the first attempt to provide an overall picture of aquatic species invasions in Europe. Its geographical scope stretches from Irish waters in the west to the Volga River and the Caspian Sea in the east, and from the Mediterranean Sea in the south up to the Arctic coast of Europe. Not all parts of the continent could be covered equally, as in some countries species invasions are not yet studied. The book represents the array of all major European aquatic systems in the broadest geographical and ecological scope possible, from fully saline seas, semi-enclosed brackish water bodies and coastal lagoons to freshwater lakes, major river systems and waterways. The key objectives include the present status and impacts on economy and environment caused by non-native aquatic species in European waters. Altogether more than 100 scientists from 24 countries have joined together to synthesize the available information on bio-invasions.

Fynbos

Fynbos ebook ISBN: 0191669105
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Author: Nicky Allsopp,Jonathan F. Colville,G. Anthony Verboom
Number of Pages: 416 
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South Africa's fynbos region has intrigued biologists for centuries. It has achieved iconic status as a locus of megadiversity and therefore a place to study the ecological underpinnings of massive evolutionary radiations. Researchers have made great advances over the past two decades in unravelling the complexities of fynbos ecology and evolution, and the region has contributed significant insights into the adaptive radiations of large lineages, conservation science, pollination biology, invasive plant biology, and palaeoanthropology. Lessons from the fynbos offer much of value for understanding the origin, maintenance, and conservation of diversity anywhere in the world. This book provides the first synthesis of the field for 20 years, bringing together the latest ecological and evolutionary research on the South African global biodiversity hotspots of the Greater Cape Floristic Region - the iconic fynbos and succulent karoo. It explores the historical and modern physical and biological environment of this region, the circumstances and processes which have fostered its remarkable biodiversity, and the role this diversity has played in the emergence of modern humans. It also discusses the challenges of contemporary management and conservation of the region's biodiversity in the face of accelerating global change.

Stratégie européenne relative aux espèce exotiques envahissantes

Stratégie européenne relative aux espèce exotiques envahissantes ebook ISBN: 9789287154873
Publisher: Council of Europe
Author: Piero Genovesi,Clare Shine
Number of Pages: 74 
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Les espèces exotiques envahissantes peuvent avoir un effet pernicieux sur les écosystèmes et sont une des causes les plus importantes de l'extinction des espèces. La Stratégie européenne relative aux espèces exotiques envahissantes développée dans le cadre de la Convention de Berne encourage la mise en œuvre de mesures coordonnées dans l'ensemble des pays de l'Europe afin de prévenir ou de minimiser leurs effets nocifs sur la biodiversité indigène.

Nonindigenous Species

Nonindigenous Species ebook ISBN: 1428901051
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 111 
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