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Ecosystems at Risk - Essay 5 (Full Essay)

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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecosystems Habitat Natural resource management Ecosystem management Ecosystem Conservation biology Eutrophication Coral reef Regime shift
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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecosystems Habitat Natural resource management Ecosystem management Ecosystem Conservation biology Eutrophication Coral reef Regime shift
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In any ecosystem’s operations and trophic interactions over time, a number of factors will interplay, both naturally and human-­‐‐induced, to affect both the changes in ecosystem behaviour and the speed that this change occurs over time. These factors can include human modifications to nutrient cycles and energy flows, natural disasters, introduced species and tourism, as seen in the Great Barrier Reef, an ecosystem lying in between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn with an area of 344,400 square kilometres (the largest of its kind in the world), and the Eden Management Area which lies in the South-­‐...
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