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Ocean Ecosystem Food Chain
The Decision Of Buying Farmed Salmon
Why And How Salmon Farming Decimates Ecosystems And Is Bad For Our Health
Hundreds of species depend on salmon for their livelihood, humans included. Salmon fisheries, Native American tribes and tourist industries depend on salmon for economic survival. Loss of salmon would be a blow to those groups, but they would eventually be able to move on and find new ways of thriving. The loss of salmon would irreparably damage local ecosystems, and by chain reaction, the world’s ecosystem. Salmon are a key Read the rest of this entry »
Ecosystem Food Chain
An ecosystem is generally understood to be the combination of biological, physical and chemical factors that makes up a particular locality and can be anything from a pond to a rainforest to a desert.
There are two components in an ecosystem, the abiotic components, such as sunlight, temperature, temperature, water or moisture and the soil chemistry, and the biotic, the living organisms from plants to insects, animals to people, all of which interact together.
Ecology is a way of describing how the the various component parts of an ecosystem interact and function whether Read the rest of this entry »