Hunting is a decent sport and there are many people around the world that …
Hunting is a decent sport and there are many people around the world that love hunting. Some people go for hunting as a hobby but there are others that are professional hunters. The hunters aren’t allowed to kill the endangered animals. If a hunter killed an endangered animal willingly or unwillingly, he would have to pay the trophy for killing that animal to the Government of the country where he has killed the animal.
However, hunters are allowed to kill the over-populated species of animals as there are lots of them and they are getting dangerous for the humans. So, hunters can kill the over-populated species of animals without paying any trophy. If you want to become a hunter, you need to prepare yourself properly and learn the art of hunting the animal without making a mistake.
You need to start your practice with the expert hunters so you can learn the important things from them. Today, we’re going to take a look at the gear that most of the hunters keep with them to kill the over-populated species of animals. This will help you prepare well if you’re going for a hunting tour with some friends.
The hunting gun is one of the most important things that most of the hunters bring with them because a huge amount of over-popular animal species always lives in the form of a crowd. So, the hunters need to carry a good quality hunting gun with him and plenty of bullets so that he can fight back the animals if they attack him.
Before you start your journey, you need to make sure that the gun is working properly because if the gun stops working, you’ll be in a great danger. Don’t forget to keep a spare gun with you so you can use it if the first gun stops working.
The trap is usually used to capture the animals for experimental purpose but you’re going to need the trap to kill the over-populated species as well because when an animal is captured in that trap, the rest of the animals gather around him to help him get out of the trap. You can take advantage of this situation and kill as many of them as possible.
If you’re going to try this idea, you should have a group of other hunters with you so you can fight the animals without getting harmed.
The scopes are used to target an animal from a specific distance. If you’re going to kill a dangerous animal or if you’re a beginner, you must consider using a scope to kill the animal from a distance. This allows you to escape if you failed to kill the animal. You should consider using these tactical scopes under two hundred dollars because they are specially designed for the beginners and they can provide you a clear view of the situation.
Water vapor changes in the stratosphere contribute to warmer temperatures and likely play an important role in the evolution of Earth’s climate, says a research team led by a Texas A&M University professor.
Andrew Dessler, a Texas A&M atmospheric sciences professor, and colleagues from the University of Colorado, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and the Science and Technology Corp. have had their findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The researchers found that increased surface temperatures, such as from the addition of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, leads to increased humidity in the stratosphere. Because stratospheric water vapor is a greenhouse gas, this leads to additional warming, they said. This cycle is frequently called a climate feedback.
“We find that this stratospheric water vapor feedback is probably responsible for 5-10 percent of the total warming you get from adding carbon dioxide to the climate,” Dessler explained. “While it’s not really surprising that this process is going on, we were surprised at how important the process is for our climate system.”
Climate models already include this process, but unevenly. Some models predict large increases in stratospheric humidity, while others don’t, the researchers say.
“It’s clear to us that, if models want to make accurate predictions of climate change, they should get stratospheric water vapor right,” said Sean Davis, a research scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder and study coauthor. He added, “A better understanding of the stratospheric water vapor feedback could help explain some of the spread among predictions of future climate change from different models,” referring to the projections made by the recently released 5th Assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) last week. Several years ago, Dessler was the first to observationally calculate the strength of the cloud feedback, showing that clouds play a key role in climate change.
The researchers used water vapor measurements from the Microwave Limb Sounder on board NASA’s Aura satellite. It also used simulations from NASA’s Goddard Earth Observing System Chemistry Climate Model. The project was funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation..
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Forest Knolls, CA On Monday over 230 scientists from 39 countries submitted a letter to the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) urging them to keep an important Leatherback Conservation Area in place along the California and Oregon coast. In addition, 45 environmental organizations and over 4000 public comments opposing this plan have already been received by NMFS during their comment period on this decision that is due to close on August 10th.
NMFS is set to make a final decision as early as next week on whether to allow drift gillnet fishing, also known as curtains of death, back into a Leatherback Conservation Area which extends over 180,000 square miles from Monterey Bay, California to the mid-Oregon coast. Since 2001, this area has been closed to drift gillnet fishery each year from August 15th to November 15th to protect the critically endangered Pacific leatherback sea turtles that migrate along the Pacific coastline during this time. This protection measure has been a successful compromise between the fishery and protecting the leatherback sea turtle. Since the closure, not a single leatherback has been captured and drowned by the drift gillnet fishery although it continues to operate in other locations along the west coast.
Both the best available science and common sense tell us we need to protect the Leatherback Conservation Area, yet the government is prepared to allow endangered sea turtles and whales to drown to prop up such a destructive fishing technology, commented Karen Steele, Save the Leatherback Campaign Coordinator with the Sea Turtle Restoration Project. The letter submitted to the National Marine Fisheries Service was signed by some of the leading sea turtle scientists in the United States. This shows that the scientific community continues to see this protection measure as essential to the survival of this critically endangered species.
The leatherback sea turtle is estimated to be 100 million years old and scientists now warn that this species could go extinct in the Pacific in the next 5-30 years unless efforts are made to reduce the threat of being captured and drowned by destructive drift gillnet and longline fishing. The number of nesting female Pacific leatherbacks has declined by 95% in the last two decades.
“We hope that the National Marine Fisheries Service heeds the advice of the scientific community and makes the right decision to keep the protective measures in place states Steele. At a time when the Pacific leatherback sea turtle remains on the brink of extinction we should be protecting every one we can, not rolling back successful conservation measures.
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