The ecology of forests

Forestry is a significant part of the human environment. It covers approximately one third of all the Earth's surface and about the same from the continental United States. If a person is in serious violation of this cover, or alter, or is there a serious accident. Wood continued to live in a permanent basis in a particular piece of land. The contribution of forests to the economic stability of the natural advantage of the many forms of life, including humans.

Ecology is also known as the science of the relationship between organisms and their total environment. Forest ecology is concerned mainly with the forest as a biological community. It is about the relationship between trees and other living organisms that make up the community and the relationship between existing organisms and the physical environment in which they continue to exist.

Type of forest that we are talking about which will be based on the fact that the predominant trees that grow in a particular site and is used for classifying plant soobschestva. Ecological system or an ecosystem is the habitat than the forest lives in the forest and the community.

Technically speaking, an ecosystem is a biological term that is applied to a part of nature, such as forests, which includes both material and non-living organisms, as part of the ecosystem.

An ecosystem can be compared to the aquarium in which water containing some dissolved minerals, is a physical environment. Sunlight enters the tank allows green plants to grow. The plans give oxygen (carbon dioxide is used in the process). Fish in turn feed on plants. Fish excrement helps feed the green plants. This environment is preserved only in its time. The forest looks like, but in a much larger scale.