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Ecological studies in environmental science: New insights and perspectives

270 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Ecology is a well-established biocentric interdisciplinary field that investigates the complex connections between all different kinds of organisms, ranging from bacteria to humans, as well as how these relationships evolve over time and in a variety of spatial and temporal dimensions. This field focuses on the study of ecology, evolution, and biodiversity. The majority of theresearch on ecology focuses on the intricate interactions that occur between different species, as well as how these relationships evolve over the course of time. It is only in recent times that ecology has been considered to comprise the "heart and spine" of environmental research. This viewpoint is entirely anthropocentric. The expansion of human populations has a deleterious effect on the natural environment, which has led to the deterioration of the biological and physical components of ecosystems. This is a problem that will only become worse as human populations continue to expand. Environmental management is required because natural resources are being depleted, biodiversity is being lost, and the environment (land, air, and water) are being polluted. It is essential to take corrective action in order to repair or rehabilitate the natural environment in the future. This should be seen as a preventative strategy. Regardless of the amount of work that has been put into maintaining the ecosystem's current state, the destruction of the environment continues unabated. This book provides a comprehensive look at a number of the most significant issues affecting the environment, as well as an investigation of the reasons why ecology has been unable to address these issues. In the conclusion of the book, it is underlined how important it is for human goals to be accomplished in a manner that is both sustainable and takes into account the social, economic, and political aspects of environmental concerns. This is very necessary for us to do in order to accomplish our goals as a species in a manner that is sustainable.
Author Bio
Dr. Kiran Abasaheb More, born in Bhogaon (Devi) Tahsil Jintur of Parbhani district of Maharashtra, India, in 1978, completed M.Sc in Botany, at Shree Shivaji College Parbhani, Maharashtra, Affiliated with Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University Nanded, Maharashtra. The author also completed his Ph.D in 2010 in field of Taxonomy of Angiosperms and he joined the department of Botany, Yashwantrao Chavan Arts and Science Mahavidyalaya, Mangrulpir as an Assistant Professor. He is the Chief Editor of Research Journal Multilogic in science (Journal for Applied science), He edited more than 35 issues of research journals and authored 25 research papers. Dr. More is awarded by Young scientist award of Science and tech society for Integrated ruler improvement Telangana , and also awarded by Excellence in Teaching GENESIS ARBAN &RULER DEVOLOPMENT SOCIETY at the occasion of ICAAASTSD International conference 2018. He is the editor of proceeding of International conference on Advances in Agriculture and Allied science technologies for sustainable Development Society Special issue Jan 2018 and he is a Life Member of “GUARD Society”. He also chaired a number of National and International Conferences, he is also a Member of Botany teacher association of Sant Gadge baba Amravati University Amravati, Maharashtra, India.