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Ecosystems at Risk

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Ecosystems at risk: Ecosystems and their functioning: Vulnerability and resilience of ecosystems The importance of ecosystem management and protection Evaluation of traditional and contemporary management strategies

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Ecosystems at Risk
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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Habitat Ecosystems Ecology Aquatic ecology Ecosystem Terrestrial ecosystem Nutrient cycle Trophic level Food web
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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Habitat Ecosystems Ecology Aquatic ecology Ecosystem Terrestrial ecosystem Nutrient cycle Trophic level Food web
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- They key to ecosystems are the interactions - An ecosystem is defined as an identifiable system of interdependent relationships between living organisms and their biophysical environment. - Ecosystems are systems through which incoming solar radiation is captured and channelled through a hierarchy of life forms. - Plants, both land and sea, convert sunlight into storable, edible chemical energy. - An important feature of ecosystems is the set of processes by which nutrients are retained and recycled. - Living things do not create new matter. Instead they recycle nutrients obtained from air, soil, water and other organisms, using solar energy to build and maintain themselves. Variations in ecosystems: - The components of an ecosystem can either vary naturally o...
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