of or pertaining to ecology; as, an ecological disaster.
Concerning living systems (i.e. animals, plants, microscopic organisms) in a physical environment.
relating to the interrelationships of organisms and their environment.
pertaining to the ecology of something. Ecology is generally defined as the study of organisms and their relationship with their environment.
relating to living things (excluding humans), their physical environment and any interactions between them
concerned with the interrelationship of organisms and their environments Mississippi: Introducing the Watershed
characterized by the interdependence of living organisms in an environment; "an ecological disaster"
of or relating to the science of ecology; "ecological research"
the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings (i.e. living things in their environment).
related to the interrelationships which exist between living organisms and their environment
involved with the study of the relationships between animals, people, plants and their environment
The interaction between living organisms and their environment. Forest Management
Systems within systems of interrelatedness. Nested interdependencies at microcosmic and macrocosmic scales. From the earthling perspective, the set of natural systems which together in concert sustain all life on the planet. Indeed for some, the planet itself understood as an organism
to do with a branch of science which investigates the relationships among living things and their surroundings.
the relationship of the scientific study of living things to each other and to their environment.
The interactions and relationships between organisms and their environment.
Encompasses the habits of a species; the way a species relates to, or fits in with, its environment; where it lives, what it consumes, and how it avoids predators or displacement by other species.