A delicate natural balance in the ecosystems requires diligence and education if the equilibrium is to be maintained. Unfortunately, far too many people do not appreciate the impact they have on nature’s subtle ecosystem
If you have a lake or pond near your home, you may visit often to observe the animals and plants living there. In addition, while this may seem like a natural ecosystem, the body of water may very well be man-made. There are also a number of places you can go, such as a natural science museum in your area or aquarium that will teach you more about the way animals live, but these creatures are not in their original habitat.
Conscientious ecosystem management is vital to the survival of the earth’s environment. Marine life, deserts, rain forests, oceans, and coral reefs all rely on the management of ecosystems to maintain their survival. Plants, insect, animals and bacteria all play a role in a principle called the circle of life. If just one of these becomes extinct, then the earth’s life-support system becomes compromised
When drinking mountain water, or while eating wild blueberries, you probably do not think about how these things came about. Actually, a natural ecosystem is usually responsible for the water you drink or food you eat. Ecosystems provide “ecosystem services” that are the main cause of agricultural growth and many other processes that benefit humans.