Posts Tagged ‘Tropical Rainforest Plants’
Tropical Rainforest Map
A pioneering new 3D map of the Amazon rainforest reveals how much carbon is locked in the trees and then released into the atmosphere when they are destroyed.
The high-resolution map � produced using satellites, airborne laser technology and ground studies – could help pave the way for an international scheme where countries are paid to prevent tropical forests being cut down or damaged.
Currently almost a fifth of annual global greenhouse gas emissions come from deforestation.
Climate change negotiators have been working on an international deal to slow global Read the rest of this entry »
African Rainforest Plants
The African Mango extract comes from Irvingia gabonensis, also known as African
mango, a fruit commonly eaten in West Africa. Scientific laboratory research has
shown that extracts from the plant\’s seed may inhibit body fat production, through
effects on certain genes and enzymes that regulate metabolism.
If you???ve been watching daytime TV, you may have heard about a new weight loss
supplement on the market known as the African mango diet pill. This new weight loss
pill has tested in clinical trials and been proven to work; subjects taking the
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Tropical Rainforest Climate Graph
The Caribbean Islands frequently tops the list of destinations for many honeymooners. I won’t be surprised if it tops yours. A well planned itinerary that will take you through tropical rainforests and pristine beaches will provide you and your partner an experience you’ll both cherish forever. If you’re not yet sure what you can do there, allow me to recommend a few.
Tour Natural Wonders – Paddle through rock formations in the The Baths of Virgin Gorda, in the British Virgin Islands or take a kayak trip on a mangrove river leading to Vieques’ Bahia Fosforescente Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rain Forest Pictures
The Daintree Rainforest is one of the most popular attractions for visitors to Australia’s Tropical North Queensland region. Along with being on the World Heritage list it is a place like no other, older than the Amazon, having an unending ecological and historical significance. The World Heritage listing is due to it’s importance in the history of the world and our understanding of that history.
We all know a rainforest is a great site to go see and experience, with it’s green lushness going out as far as you can see. The location is only 45 Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rainforest Landforms
A breezeway generally connects the garage to the rest of your home. It is a fun space to decorate, because you can incorporate elements from the garden as well as from your interior to build a beautiful transitional space that connects the outside of your house with the inside.
Using organic elements like birds, tree branches and plants to decorate your breezeway can add a nice contrast against the architectural elements of your room. If you love the idea of having a little tropical hideaway in your very own home, then you will enjoy transforming your Read the rest of this entry »