Master course in Ecology, Ecosystem and Climate Change 2.0

Biology’s study of how organisms interact with their environment and each other is called ecology. The relationships between organisms of the same species and from different species are complex. Different organisms are under different selective pressures because of these complex interactions. Natural selection happens when the pressures combine, causing populations of species to evolve. The study of ecology looks at these forces, their sources, and the complex relationships between organisms, and between organisms and their surroundings.

Ecosystems, a term often used in biology, are communities of plants and animals living in close proximity to one another and their non-living environments. A non-living environment includes weather, earth, sun, soil, climate, and atmosphere.

The term “climate change” refers to changes in the weather, oceans, land surfaces, and ice sheets, over the course of decades or more

Climate change can change where species live, how they interact, and when biological events happen, which could fundamentally alter current ecosystems. As a result of climate change, ecosystems may be unable to mitigate extreme events and disturbances.

The 5 major topics I want to cover in this master’s course are:

1. An introduction to ecology, ecosystems, and climate change

2. Discussion with business and ecology about types, branches, and scope of ecology

3. What’s the relationship between environment and ecology?

4. Concepts, components, and functions of ecology and ecosystems

5. Climate change, ecology, and how to become an ecologist