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172 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/coral-reefs
173 sg:ontologies/subjects/fisheries
174 sg:ontologies/subjects/marine-mammals
175 sg:ontologies/subjects/microbial-biooceanography
176 skos:prefLabel Biooceanography
177 sg:ontologies/subjects/boreal-ecology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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180 rdfs:label Boreal ecology
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182 skos:definition Boreal ecology is the study of ecosystems in the subarctic (boreal) zone of the Northern hemisphere. These areas are dominated by coniferous forest, generally have permafrost soils, and occur below the Arctic tundra latitudes.
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184 skos:prefLabel Boreal ecology
185 sg:ontologies/subjects/climate-change-ecology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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188 rdfs:label Climate-change ecology
189 skos:altLabel Climate Change
190 Climate Changes
191 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
192 skos:definition Climate-change ecology is the study of the effects of anthropogenic climate change on any aspect of ecology. It includes the effects of altered temperature and precipitation on the distribution, abundance, behaviour and physiology of populations and communities.
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194 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/phenology
195 skos:prefLabel Climate-change ecology
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199 rdfs:label Community ecology
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201 skos:definition Community ecology is the study of communities formed of populations of different species. It includes the study of the interactions between species, such as mutualism, predation and competition, and the dynamics and structure of the community.
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203 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/food-webs
204 skos:prefLabel Community ecology
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208 rdfs:label Conservation biology
209 skos:altLabel Carrying Capacities
210 Carrying Capacity
211 Conservation of Natural Resources
212 Deforestation
213 Desertification
214 Environmental Protection
215 Natural Resource
216 Natural Resources
217 Natural Resources Conservation
218 Sustainable Development
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220 skos:definition Conservation biology is the study of attempts to protect and preserve biodiversity. It focuses on both the biological and social factors that affect the success of conservation efforts and on determining ecosystems and species whose conservation is a high priority.
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222 skos:prefLabel Conservation biology
223 sg:ontologies/subjects/earth-and-environmental-sciences sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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226 rdfs:label Earth and environmental sciences
227 skos:definition Earth and environmental sciences cover all aspects of Earth and planetary sciences, and broadly encompasses solid Earth processes, surface and atmospheric dynamics, Earth system history, climate and climate change, marine and freshwater systems, and ecology. It also considers the interactions between humans and these systems.
228 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
229 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/biogeochemistry
230 sg:ontologies/subjects/climate-sciences
231 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
232 sg:ontologies/subjects/environmental-sciences
233 sg:ontologies/subjects/environmental-social-sciences
234 sg:ontologies/subjects/hydrology
235 sg:ontologies/subjects/limnology
236 sg:ontologies/subjects/natural-hazards
237 sg:ontologies/subjects/ocean-sciences
238 sg:ontologies/subjects/planetary-science
239 sg:ontologies/subjects/solid-earth-sciences
240 sg:ontologies/subjects/space-physics
241 skos:prefLabel Earth and environmental sciences
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243 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecological-epidemiology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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246 rdfs:label Ecological epidemiology
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248 skos:definition Ecological epidemiology is the study of the ecology of infectious diseases. It includes population and community level studies of the interactions between hosts and their pathogens and parasites, and covers diseases of both humans and wildlife.
249 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
250 skos:prefLabel Ecological epidemiology
251 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecological-genetics sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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254 rdfs:label Ecological genetics
255 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
256 skos:definition Ecological genetics is the study of genetics in natural field populations. It focuses on traits involved in interactions between and within species, and between an organism and its environment, particularly those that determine fitness.
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258 skos:prefLabel Ecological genetics
259 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecological-modelling sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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262 rdfs:label Ecological modelling
263 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
264 skos:definition Ecological modelling is the construction and analysis of mathematical models of ecological processes, including both purely biological and combined biophysical models. Models can be analytic or simulation-based and are used to understand complex ecological processes and predict how real ecosystems might change.
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266 skos:prefLabel Ecological modelling
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270 rdfs:label Ecological networks
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272 skos:definition Ecological networks are representations of the interactions that occur between species within a community. The interactions include competition, mutualism and predation, and network properties of particular interest include stability and structure.
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274 skos:prefLabel Ecological networks
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278 rdfs:label Ecophysiology
279 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
280 skos:definition Ecophysiology is the study of how the environment, both physical and biological, interacts with the physiology of an organism. It includes the effects of climate and nutrients on physiological processes in both plants and animals, and has a particular focus on how physiological processes scale with organism size.
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282 skos:prefLabel Ecophysiology
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286 rdfs:label Ecosystem ecology
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288 skos:definition Ecosystem ecology is the combined study of the physical and biological components of ecosystems. It focuses on how matter and energy flow through both organisms and the abiotic components of the environment.
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290 skos:prefLabel Ecosystem ecology
291 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecosystem-services sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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294 rdfs:label Ecosystem services
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296 skos:definition Ecosystem services are the benefits and functions that natural ecosystems provide to people. They include provision of food and clean water, pollination of crops, climate regulation and ecotourism.
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298 skos:prefLabel Ecosystem services
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302 rdfs:label Environmental economics
303 skos:altLabel Ecological economics
304 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
305 sg:ontologies/subjects/environmental-social-sciences
306 skos:definition Environmental economics is the study of the economics of ecological and environmental issues. It focuses on the monetary value of ecosystems and the costs and benefits of environmental policies.
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308 skos:prefLabel Environmental economics
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312 rdfs:label Evolutionary ecology
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314 skos:definition Evolutionary ecology is a field within both ecology and evolution that examines how interactions between and within species evolve. It explicitly considers the evolutionary effects of competitors, mutualists, predators, prey and pathogens.
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316 skos:prefLabel Evolutionary ecology
317 sg:ontologies/subjects/fire-ecology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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320 rdfs:label Fire ecology
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322 skos:definition Fire ecology is the study of the interaction between ecosystems and the wildfires that occur naturally within them. Wildfires are common in various ecosystems and can be necessary for plant developmental processes. Fire ecology also studies the effect of anthropogenic change and management on the incidence and effects of wildfires.
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324 skos:prefLabel Fire ecology
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328 rdfs:label Forest ecology
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330 skos:definition Forest ecology is the study of all aspects of the ecology of wooded areas, including rainforest, deciduous and evergreen, temperate and boreal forest. It includes the community ecology of the trees and other plant and non-plant species, as well as ecosystem processes and conservation.
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332 skos:prefLabel Forest ecology
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336 rdfs:label Forestry
337 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
338 sg:ontologies/subjects/scientific-community-and-society
339 skos:definition Forestry is the study and practice of the cultivation and management of woodland. Forests provide goods and services such as timber, recreation and carbon sequestration.
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341 skos:prefLabel Forestry
342 sg:ontologies/subjects/freshwater-ecology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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345 rdfs:label Freshwater ecology
346 skos:altLabel Biolimnology
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348 skos:definition Freshwater ecology is the study of all aspects of the ecology of terrestrial aquatic systems, including rivers, lakes and ponds. It includes the community ecology of these ecosystems, as well as ecosystem processes, interactions with adjacent terrestrial and marine ecosystems, and conservation and restoration.
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350 skos:prefLabel Freshwater ecology
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356 skos:definition Grassland ecology is the study of all aspects of the ecology of grasslands, which are regions dominated by grass species but containing other non-woody plants and, in the case of savannahs, some trees as well. Grasslands occur naturally in many biomes and are also maintained in other areas by livestock grazing.
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358 skos:prefLabel Grassland ecology
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363 skos:altLabel Introduced Species
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365 skos:definition Invasive species are non-native species that have been introduced to an ecosystem and have established there causing ecological damage. The study of invasive species involves questions about the traits that cause their damaging behaviour, and how they can be managed or eradicated.
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367 skos:prefLabel Invasive species
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371 rdfs:label Macroecology
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373 skos:definition Macroecology is the study of broad scale ecological patterns and processes. The focus is rarely on single communities and ecosystems, and instead looks at principles that apply more broadly such as metabolic scaling, extinction risk and diversity gradients.
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375 skos:prefLabel Macroecology
376 sg:ontologies/subjects/microbial-ecology sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
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378 skos:Concept
379 rdfs:label Microbial ecology
380 skos:altLabel Environmental Microbiology
381 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/communities
382 sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
383 skos:definition Microbial ecology is the study of the interactions of microorganisms with their environment, each other, and plant and animal species. It includes the study of symbioses, biogeochemical cycles and the interaction of microbes with anthropogenic effects such as pollution and climate change.
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385 skos:prefLabel Microbial ecology
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389 rdfs:label Molecular ecology
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391 skos:definition Molecular ecology is the use of molecular genetic tools to study ecological questions. Techniques such as microarrays and DNA markers are used to study the interactions and diversity of natural populations.
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393 skos:prefLabel Molecular ecology
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399 skos:definition Palaeoecology is the study of past ecosystems using palaeontological methods. Fossil data are used to reconstruct interactions between different species and between species and their environment.
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406 skos:altLabel Demographic Aging
407 Demographic Transition
408 Demographic Transitions
409 Intermediate Variable
410 Intermediate Variables
411 Malthusianism
412 Neomalthusianism
413 Optimum Population
414 Optimum Populations
415 Population Decrease
416 Population Decreases
417 Population Pressure
418 Population Pressures
419 Population Replacement
420 Population Replacements
421 Population Theories
422 Population Theory
423 Stable Population
424 Stable Populations
425 Stationary Population
426 Stationary Populations
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429 skos:definition Population dynamics is the study of how and why populations change in size and structure over time. Important factors in population dynamics include rates of reproduction, death and migration.
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431 skos:prefLabel Population dynamics
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435 rdfs:label Restoration ecology
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437 skos:definition Restoration ecology is the study of attempts to restore ecosystems that have been destroyed or degraded by human activity to a more natural state. Restoration usually involves active intervention at a local scale and generally attempts to increase native biodiversity.
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443 rdfs:label Riparian ecology
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445 skos:definition Riparian ecology is the study of all aspects of the ecology of the zones adjacent to rivers and streams, known as riparian zones. These include river banks and floodplains, and riparian ecology includes the role these zones have in maintaining water quality.
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447 skos:prefLabel Riparian ecology
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451 rdfs:label Stable isotope analysis
452 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/ecology
453 skos:definition Stable isotopes are alternative forms of elements with different molecular weights that are found naturally and do not decay radioactively. Stable isotope analysis of elements such as carbon, nitrogen and sulphur is used in ecology to trace the flow of nutrients through food webs and assess trophic levels.
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455 skos:prefLabel Stable isotope analysis
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459 rdfs:label Theoretical ecology
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461 skos:definition Theoretical ecology is the use of conceptual, mathematical and computational methods to address ecological problems. It uses idealised representations of ecological systems, often parameterised with real data, to investigate issues that are often intractable to experimental or observational investigation.
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469 skos:definition Tropical ecology is the study of all aspects of the ecology of tropical areas, which are those found approximately 23.5 degrees either side of the Equator. Notable tropical ecosystems include the rainforests of Amazonia, Africa and South East Asia, savannah grasslands and coral reefs.
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471 skos:prefLabel Tropical ecology
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477 skos:definition Urban ecology is the study of ecological processes in urban environments. This includes all aspects of the ecology of any organisms found in urban areas as well as large scale considerations of the ecological sustainability of cities.
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479 skos:prefLabel Urban ecology
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