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ECOLOGY

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Transcript of ECOLOGY

community
1) competitive exclusion principle
ecosystem
biome
What is ecology?
What does ecology have to do with me?
Population ecology
ECOLOGY
Methods of studying ecology
population
Applied ecology
Whittaker's biome-type classification scheme
Biomes are large-scale ecological communities of both plants and animals, determined primarily by geography and climate.
other determinants?
Ecology is the study of the relationships of organisms to their environments.

By examining those relationships in natural ecosystems, ecologists can discover principles that help humankind understand its own role on the planet.
The ecosystem is the fundamental concept in ecology: consisting of the
complex of interacting organisms
inhabiting a region with all the
nonliving physical factors
that make up their environment.

Ecologists study structural and functional relationships of ecosystem components to be able to predict how the system will respond to natural change and human disturbance.
An ecological community is the
assemblage of species
found in a given time and place.
2) fundamental vs realized niche
3) resource partitioning
4) mutualism
5) commensalism
G.F. Gause
Robert MacArthur

G. Evelyn Hutchinson
Ecologists studying all of them use similar

METHODS
Field Work and Observations
Experiments
Modeling
Ecological studies have
3 key COMPONENTS
programme planning
field data acquisition
data analysis
Explore the seafloor
Ecologists need to collect samples of sea animals and seafloor sediments to study them. The data collected from these samples will help develop an understanding of the local marine environment.
What is a Desk Based Assessment (DBA)?
Ecologists examined information from a variety of sources to build their understanding
Hamon Grab
The Hamon Grab is a rectangular frame that supports a sample bucket. It is slowly lowered to the seafloor from the boat to collect sea animal and seafloor sediment samples.
Beam Trawl
The Beam Trawl collects larger and more mobile sea animals that live on or above the seafloor.
Taking pictures
Seeing the seafloor and the communities of sea animals living on it is vital for the ecologists’ research.
Video Sledge

Water Curtain Camera

Ham-Cam

Geophysical Images
In the lab
Back in the lab, the Hamon Grab samples and any remaining unidentified animals from the Beam Trawl samples are studied.
EUNIS Classification
The marine environment is very complex so ecologists use the EUNIS classification system to describe it.
Modelling Maps
Using the EUNIS classification system, REC ecologists produced biotope maps.
Regional Environmental Characterisation
(REC)
. A scientific research project to assess the physical (geology), biological (ecology) and archaeological environment of a particular study area.
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