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Green Issues & Environmental Research: Ecology

A guide to support research around green and environmental research and information on everyday environmentalism.


Ecology is the scientific study of the distribution and abundance of organisms, and how those organisms interact with each other and with their environment, which includes both living (e.g. competitors for food) and non-living (e.g. atmospheric nitrogen) components.

Horn, V. (2010). Ecology. In D.S. Mills (Ed.), The encyclopedia of applied animal behavior & welfare. [Online]. Oxford: CABI.

The concept map above is generated via Credo Reference. To find definitions and reference articles about ecology in Credo Reference click here.

Related keywords include: Human ecology, Deep ecology, Biodiversity

A selection of journals available through Goldsmiths Library about Ecology.

A selection of books available though Goldsmiths Library about Ecology

A selection of databases available through Goldsmiths Library useful for green issues and environmental research. 

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