Ecosystem ecology

Ecosystem ecology is the integrated study of interactions of living or biotic parts and non-living or abiotic components of ecosystems within an ecosystem framework. The main concept of Ecosystem Ecology is to look into how an ecosystem works and how it is related to their components such as chemicals, bedrock, soil, plants, and animals.

Ecosystem ecology looks into physical and biological structures and investigates how these ecosystem characteristics interact with each other. Eventually, this helps us understand how to maintain good quality water and reasonably viable commodity production. Ecosystem ecology mainly focuses on the functional processes which include primary productivity, decomposition, and trophic interactions.

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