why does environmental science include so many areas of study?



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    Because in order to fully understand and appreciate the natural environment, one needs to embrace a number of disciplines. Each different discipline has its own perspective and a legitimate claim over what is truth in nature. Typically the environmental SCIENCES compromise biology, ecology, biochemistry, geology, technological studies, development/urban studies, and things of this order. The environmental STUDIES, however, is much broader: including these aforementioned disciplines plus all perspectives in the social sciences and humanities (environmental sociology and environmental psychology illustrating this most perfectly…all very important and legitimate fields of study).

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