Ecology is the scientific study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. It examines how living organisms interact with each other and with their physical surroundings, including factors such as climate, soil, water, and other organisms. Ecology encompasses a wide range of topics, from the behavior and distribution of individual species to the structure and function of entire ecosystems. Ecologists study the flow of energy and nutrients through ecosystems, the dynamics of populations and communities, and the factors that influence biodiversity and ecosystem stability. By understanding the principles and processes of ecology, scientists can address important environmental issues such as conservation, habitat loss, pollution, and climate change, and develop strategies for sustainable management of natural resources.


Here are some of Key Disciplines & sub-topics within Ecology:
  • Population Ecology

  • Community Ecology

  • Ecosystem Ecology

  • Landscape Ecology

  • Evolutionary Ecology

  • Behavioral Ecology

  • Conservation Ecology

  • Global Ecology

  • Microbial Ecology

  • Urban Ecology

  • Social & Political Ecology