Why is ecology important to the environment?



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    The environment describes all factors and scales of study that are external to an organism, such as temperature, radiation, light, chemistry, climate, geology, as well as biotic factors such as  genes, cells, organisms, and other species that share a habitat.  Ecology is the interdisciplinary study of the interactions between organisms and the interactions of these organisms with their environment.  So, ecology is integral in understanding the environment, as ecology acts within the environment.

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