Cultural ecology theory

In the mid-Twentieth Century a major theoretical concept rose in popularity in anthropology and other social studies known as cultural ecology theory.

Ecological Land Classification

An Ecological Land Classification (ELC) is a study that describes and interprets forest and wetlands. It also documents the interactions between landforms, soil, water, climate, vegetation and humans.

Ecology and the Cultural Landscape

The ecology landscape involves just more than environmental concerns, although the ecology and the environment are closely related.

Topics of Ecology

Ecology is the scientific study of the relationships between living animals, plants, and other organisms and their environment. The environment is categorized by physical properties and the other organisms that exist within the habitat.

Ecological theory of Bronfenbrenner

Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917 – 2005) was a Russian- born American psychologist who is renowned for his ecological systems theory, which is also known as “human ecological theory” and “development in context” (and sometimes the bio- ecological systems theory, with individual biology being considered a sixth system.

Ecological Interactions

Ecological interactions depict the network of influences that the activities of different species have on one another. Activities of single specie often affect many species. Cases of two-way interactions, where the activities of single specie directly affected another, exist.