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Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

CODEN: EESND2
ISSN: 2521-0882 (Print)
ISSN: 2521-0483 (Online)
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Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

Throughout time, humans have learned to exist in many locations on the earth. The interaction of humans with the environment (surroundings) in these locations has often brought major changes in that environment. Some changes were good, some were bad. Many times the bad changes were caused by humans making too much of a change in the environment, by using or abusing the natural resources (anything found in nature) present. Every location where the human race has lived contained a community of plants, animals, insects, and other natural resources. A community of organisms, other natural resources, and their influence on each other is called an ecosystem. The plants and animals existing in an ecosystem are those most adapted to that particular environment. Changing or using natural resources will affect the entire ecosystem, since an imbalance in the system is created.

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