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LEVELS OF ECOLOGY Organism Population Community Ecosystem Biosphere
ORGANISM ECOLOGY – study of the organism and its environment Where does the Ebony Jewelwing (Calopteryx maculata) live? m4.i.pbase.com
POPULATION ECOLOGY – study of a population and its environment How are these Lesser short-nosed fruit bats (Cynopterus barchyotis) affected by illegal logging? aninmalflightlab-lund.blogspot.com
COMMUNITY ECOLOGY – study of a community and its environment How do these corals deal with predation by crown- of-thorns starfishes (Acanthaster planci)? scienceinpublic.com.au
ECOSYSTEM ECOLOGY – study of an ecosystem in its entirety How do caldera lakes react to increased agricultural activity in surrounding forests? arenalobservatorylodge.com
BIOSPHERE ECOLOGY – study of processes that occur on a global scale How do large mammals cope with increasing air pollution levels? altaconservation.org
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O RGANISMS AND THEIR R ELATIONSHIPS. Ecology The study of relationships between living organisms and the interaction they have with their environments.
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The process by which natural habitat is damaged or destroyed to such an extent that it no longer is capable of supporting the species and ecological communities.
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