Why is the study of ecology important, and how is it relevant to the world we are living in today?

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Jul 12, 2017

Ecology is the relationship between living organism, including humans and their physical environment.


Existence in the world is made up of living and non-living things. Both have to co exist in order to share the resources that are available within the environmental ecosystem. The understanding of this mutual co-relationship is ecology.

We are all part of the Ecosystem. The study of ecosystem is important for Environmental Conservation, Resource Allocation, reduce pollution and destruction of ozone layer.

It provides information about the benefits of environment and judicious use of Earth's resources in ways that make the environment healthy for future generations. Marine, vegetation and statistical ecology provide us information to understand the world around us. It is useful to improve our environment, manage our natural resources and protect human health.