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What is ecology?


Ecology is a scientific research of the distribution, abundance and relationships of organisms and their interactions with the environment. Ecology includes plant and animal populations, plant and animal populations, and ecosystems. Ecosystems describe the relationships or network between organisms at different scales of the organism. Since ecology refers to each species of biodiversity, ecologists investigate everything from the role of small bacteria in nutrient recycling to the world atmosphere to the effects of tropical rainforest. The discipline of ecology was born from the natural sciences in the late 19th century. Ecology is not synonymous with environment, environmentalism or environmental science. Ecology is closely related to physiology, evolution, genetics and behavioral disciplines.
Like many of the natural sciences, the conceptual understanding of ecology is found in more detail in the study, including:

Life processes describing adaptations
The distribution and abundance of organisms
Movement of materials and energy through living communities
Successful development of ecosystems and the abundance and distribution of biodiversity in the context of the environment.
Ecology is separated from the natural history, which is primarily concerned with the descriptive work of organisms. A sub-discipline of biology that is the work of life.

There are many practical applications of ecology in the fields of conservation biology, wetland management, natural resource management (agriculture, forestry, fishing), urban planning (urban ecology), public health, economics, basic and applied science. investigate human social interaction.

The expression of ecology in our language is natural science. Ecology is a branch of science that examines the relationship between living things and their environment. When living things are called, communities of humans, animals and plants are expressed. Environment is the appropriate environment for a living organism to survive and sustain its generation. This environment consists of factors such as air, water, soil and light. The ecosystem expression that often works nowadays is used to express the whole living and non-living environment.

Ecology does not deal with organisms of living things and the life processes of these organs. What is important is the living environment in which living beings live and their interrelations with other living things. In other words, ecology deals with the fundamental issues that have an impact on all living things and which are common to all living things.

In fact, there is a system that works perfectly between all living and inanimate entities from rivers, lakes, atmospheres to underground waters, from continents to oceans, from micro organisms to humans and plants. Perhaps this is why today we use ecology, environment and human words as a whole. All living things have to relate with other creatures and the environment in order to survive. High population growth in recent years, dizzying developments in the fields of industry and technology, the beginning of the depletion of natural resources, create serious environmental problems and frighten responsible people and organizations.

More technically, the space between the ceiling of an atmosphere 10 kilometers above the ground and the ocean floor ten kilometers deep from the ground is the shelter for living beings. This area is called a biosphere. The science of ecology examines the relationships and ways of living of living beings living in this 20-kilometer vertical space.

Our organization ECO Label © acts with a sense of responsibility in order to prevent the consumption of nature by the human hand and the serious environmental problems described above. The ECO Label © Standard, which is a completely unique standard developed by our organization, is designed for this purpose. Our organization pays attention to nature protection and human health. The use of ECO Label © Label given to the companies that are responsible for this responsibility is a result of the efforts in this direction.

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