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Ecology is Not What is Out There, Irrelevant, Far Away, Remote, Outside and Beyond Us But Our Home: If, We Let It Become Devastated Ruins We Let Ourselves Live and Suffer in This Devastation, as Well as, Ruining and Devastating the Entire Web and Ecology of Life. We Can Not Live Well, If, We Do Not Seek to Ensure Everything Lives Well for These Dolphins Can Not Live Well, If, the Oceans are Poisoned. As an Individual Human Soul, a Human Can Not Exist Well, If, the Entire Society is Poisonous or the Earth is Poisoned with Polluted Air or Water. Therefore, Selfishness is Anti-Existence, Anti-Humanity, Anti-Nature, Anti-Life, Anti-Science and Anti-Reason. Commonness, Connections, Oneness and Unison in Goal, Work and Creation is What Humanity is About. If, We Need Support for This View Just Bring in Mind the Human Physiology and See How It All Works in Oneness and Unison So to Ensure Existence is Not Only Sustainable But, Also, Being at Homeostasis, It is Ensured to Continue to Flow.....a Humanicsxian View of the Web and Ecology of Life on Earth: Munayem Mayenin


|| The First Evidence That Albatrosses Use Infrasound to Navigate Long Journeys ||



|| Saturday: October 14: 2023 || ά. A new Study by the University of Liverpool provides the first evidence that wandering albatrosses, one of the widest-ranging seabirds, may use infrasound to help them navigate long and featureless foraging trips covering thousands of miles. In a Paper, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from the University’s School of Environmental Sciences show that albatrosses orientate towards areas of ‘loud’ microbarom infrasound when flying on long distance foraging trips. 

Infrasound is a form of low-frequency sound, inaudible to humans but is ubiquitous in the marine environment.  Microbaroms are a type of infrasound, associated with colliding ocean waves. Such wavy areas are, also, associated with strong winds, which albatrosses depend on to help them fly efficiently. The researchers used GPS trackers to determine the flight paths of 89 wandering albatrosses breeding in the Crozet Islands archipelago, Southern Ocean, over the course of their foraging trips to sea, which can last up to a month. ::::ω::::

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|| Bees Struggle to Find Flowers Because of Air Pollution ||



|| Wednesday: September 20: 2023 || ά. A new Study has found that air pollution is preventing pollinators finding flowers because it degrades the scent. This Study found that ozone substantially changes the size and scent of floral odour plumes given off by flowers and that it reduced honeybees' ability to recognise odours by up to 90% from just a few metres away.

Ground-level ozone typically forms when nitrogen oxide emissions from vehicles and industrial processes react with volatile organic compounds, emitted from vegetation in the presence of sunlight. These findings suggest that ozone is likely to be having a negative impact on wildflower abundance and crop yields. International research has already established that ozone has a negative impact on food production because it damages plant growth.

Professor Christian Pfrang from the University of Birmingham, who collaborated on the research, said, “Our Study provides robust evidence that the changes due to ground-level ozone on floral scent cause pollinators to struggle to carry out their crucial role in the natural environment, also, with implications for food security.”

Dr Ben Langford, an atmospheric scientist at UKCEH, who led the Study, said, "Some 75% of our food crops and nearly 90% of wild flowering plants depend, to some extent, upon animal pollination, particularly, by insects. Therefore, understanding what adversely affects pollination and how, is essential to helping us preserve the critical services that we rely upon for production of food, textiles, bio-fuels and medicines, for example.

The researchers used a 30-m wind tunnel at Surrey University to monitor how the size and shape of odour plumes changed in the presence of ozone. As well as, decreasing the size of the odour plume the scientists found that the scent of the plume changed substantially as certain compounds reacted away much faster than others.

Honeybees were trained to recognise the same odour blend and then exposed to the new, ozone-modified odours. Pollinating insects use floral odours to find flowers and learn to associate their unique blend of chemical compounds with the amount of nectar it provides, allowing them to locate the same species in the future.

The research showed that towards the centre of plumes, 52% of honeybees recognised an odour at six metres, decreasing to 38% at 12m. At the edge of plumes, which degraded more quickly, 32% of honeybees recognised a flower from six metres away and just a tenth of the insects from 12m away.

The Study indicates that ozone could, also, affect insects’ other odour-controlled behaviours, such as, attracting a mate. The research was funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, part of UK Research and Innovation and was published in the journal Environmental Pollution.s

Professor Christian Pfrang said, "We know that air pollution has a detrimental effect on human health, bio-diversity and the climate but, now we can see how it prevents bees and other pollinating insects from carrying out their key job. This should act as a wake-up call to take action on air pollution and help safeguard food production and bio-diversity for the future."

The research was conducted by the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the University of Birmingham, University of Reading, University of Surrey and the University of Southern Queensland. ::::ω::::

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2020: One of the Three Warmest Years on Record: World Meteorological Organisation
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|| Thursday: January 14: 2021 || ά. The COVID-19 pandemic was not the only long-term crisis the world will remember from 2020. In terms of climate change, the year was, also, one of the three warmest on record and rivalled 2016 for the top spot, the UN weather agency said on Wednesday. “The confirmation by the World Meteorological Organisation:WMO that 2020 was one of the warmest years on record is yet another stark reminder of the relentless pace of climate change, which is destroying lives and livelihoods across our planet.” said UN Secretary-General Mr António Guterres.

He pointed out that at 01.2 degrees of warming above pre-industrial levels, the world is already witnessing unprecedented weather extremes in every region and on every continent. “We are headed for a catastrophic temperature rise of 03 to 05 degrees Celsius this century.” he warned. “Making peace with nature is the defining task of the 21st century. It must be the top priority for everyone, everywhere.”

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Focus on the Natural World and On Bio-diversity Is Absolutely Critical: We Must Tackle Climate Change But Climate Change Must Be Seen As Part of an Overall Agenda to Protect the Natural World: Boris Johnson at the One Planet Summit

|| Monday: January 11: 2021 || ά. The UK Prime Minister Mr Boris Johnson MP has at the One Planet Summit, taking place today. Mr Johnson began by thanking the French President Mr Emmanuel Macron for organising this One Planet Summit, calling it ‘an absolutely crucial subject’, which it is for world humanity must learn to accept the highest-possible degree of moral duty, responsibility, obligation and care it has to take the guardianship, custodianship and leadership to look after, to take care, to not harm and to protect the Mother Earth for this is literally the only place, only planet, in the whole universe, that we are so far aware of where life can and does exist: this whole magnanimous web and ecology of life with its infinite bio-diversity, formed of things, of matters, of energies, of vegetations, of animals, of marine, microbial and countless nano-worlds of all lives and living things, including, us humanity and the infinite array of bio-diversity, that decorates the earth’s every possible expression of ‘surfaces’.

It is literally, as, if, the earth is asking for a human soul, for every human soul, all human souls to consider: that their home is on fire and it is going to get obliterated by this fire, burning everything to ashes and dust, everything, that we know of life, including, our very beings, this whole humanity, the whole web and ecology of life as we know them and the question Mother Earth asks is this: are we going to do all in your powers, all in your might to stop that fire or just wait there and keep doing nothing and keep on consuming, that would add to the fire more fuel so that the fire reaches the momentum sooner and bring an end sooner and faster and the agony of that perishing away in utter and sheer sufferings is beyond our imagination. There is no other way to put the emergency any other way for we are heading that way for sure and there is no question as to whether but by when! In fact, global warming and climate change have been, already, running havoc across the earth in all spheres of the earth, where life is spread.

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