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This course covers some exciting new developments in farming, for instance: new methods of breeding crops , the use of electronics as well as the constraints of the EU Common Agricultural...more
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Ecology Course Ecology is the study of the relationship between plants and animals and their physical and biological environment. The field of ecology is a distinct scientific discipline, it does contribute to the study and understanding of environmental problems. Ecology Course Our Ecology course will provide a...more
Have you ever wondered how deep sea turtles dive? Which is the biggest dolphin? What’s the most poisonous and deadly creature in the sea? Find out these and many other interesting facts about marine creatures and the marine environment, as well as discovering the secrets of underwater...more
The complete content is developed in High Quality 3D Animations, that will help you to understand the critical concepts which cannot be able to watch in the real world such as NUTRIENT CYCLING,OZONE LAYER, ECO SYSTEM ETC.*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing...more
This course moves away from studies that are purely focussed on animals to look at the environments that support them. Animals will inevitably feature as they have an impact on the environment in the same way that the environment affects animal individuals and populations. Course Modules 1) What...more
Lesson Structure: Ecosystems and Populations The Development of Life Animals, Parasites and Endangered Species Fungi, Tundra, Rainforests and Marshlands Mountains, Rivers and Deserts Shallow Waters Ecological Problems Aims - the learning objectives of the course: ...more
Understand the way that organisms interact with our environment! Ecology provides the link between the different branches of Life Sciences, structuring them as a complete concept of life. This self paced online course covers general principles of ecology, that can be applied anywhere on our planet....more
This tutor-led ecological statistics course provides a thorough introduction to the key statistical principles and methods used by ecologists and field biologists. It will appeal to a variety of practitioners in environmental science and management who want to improve their ability to display ecological data,...more
April 9th 2016 to July 24th 2016, 7 weekends + 2 optional Design Clinics and 2 optional Permablitzes (practical Permaculture days) linked to the curriculum of the course. The Permaculture Design Course is a 72-hour inspiring and often life-changing course, accredited by the UK Permaculture Association. Over...more
There are 7 lessons in this course: 1) Ecosystems and Populations, Components of an ecosystem, Biomes, Detrital and grazing webs, trophic levels, energy flows etc, 2) The Development Of Life, Lifespans, Natural selection, Genetics, Understanding arguments for and against theory of evolution, etc, 3) Animals,...more
Whenever I watch legal TV series like The Good Wife or Suits I can’t help but wonder what life would be like had I pursued law instead of journalism. Would I be as bold and confronting as Harvey Specter or would I be a cool and collected Alicia...
‘Living creatively is something we can honour each and every day, not just waiting for the weekend, or for that time when we retire – it may never come. Let’s choose to live, today.’ It’s not often an interview makes me stop and re-evaluate, yet as...
If you had a spare hour in your day, how would you spend it? Playing video games? Watching your favourite series on Netflix? What about learning something new? I read a very interesting article on inc.com by Michael Simmons...