Ecology is the scientific discipline that evaluates and models the relationship between living things, and other living things and non-living things. Because of the high degree of interaction and highly variable boundary conditions, ecology is typically approached from a systems perspective. In the practice of environmental science, the primary interest is in determining the current status of the ecological system and then predicting potential impacts from biotic and abiotic changes: assessing the ecological risk of doing something or the damage from having done something. Environmental Biology is a portion of the discipline of biology that is associated with the biotic community's abundance and structure within the system, the fitness of the community or part of the community, and how some potential change will affect the abundance, structure, and fitness of the biotic community.


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