Definition of Ecosystems. Meaning of Ecosystems. Synonyms of Ecosystems

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Definition of Ecosystems

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Meaning of Ecosystems from wikipedia

- role in global nutrient cycling and ecosystem function. Phosphorus enters ecosystems through weathering. As ecosystems age this supply diminishes, making...
- An aquatic ecosystem is an ecosystem in and surrounding a body of water, in contrast to land-based terrestrial ecosystems. Aquatic ecosystems contain communities...
- conditions of montane ecosystems, they contain increased numbers of endemic species. Montane ecosystems also exhibit variation in ecosystem services, which...
- Marine ecosystems are the largest of Earth's aquatic ecosystems and exist in waters that have a high salt content. These systems contrast with freshwater...
- within ecosystem types, allowing ecologists to demonstrate that energy flows more efficiently through aquatic ecosystems than terrestrial ecosystems due...
- Terrestrial ecosystems are ecosystems which are found on land. Examples include tundra, taiga, temperate deciduous forest, tropical rain forest, gr****land...
- Freshwater ecosystems are a subset of Earth's aquatic ecosystems. They include lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, springs, bogs, and wetlands. They can be...
- properties (geodiversity). It is the variation in the ecosystems found in a region or the variation in ecosystems over the whole planet. Ecological diversity includes...
- Asia. The ecosystems that lie immediately to the south of boreal zones are often called hemiboreal. The Köppen symbols of boreal ecosystems are Dfc, Dwc...
- is typically contentious and politically challenging. Natural ecosystems provide ecosystem services in the form of resources such as food, fuel, and timber;...