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Ecology 2018

About Conference

ConferenceSeries Ltd Conferences invites all the participants across the globe to attend the ‘World Conference on Ecology (Ecology 2018)’ during March 19-20, at Berlin, Germany that includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Ecology 2018 is organised with the theme “Raising an awareness to Conserve natural resources and EcologyConferenceSeries Ltd organizes 1000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ Conferences, 500+ Upcoming and Previous Symposiums and Workshops in USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ Open access journals  which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

         ‘Home life’ study of living organisms is termed as ‘ecology’ derived from the word oikos, a Greek origin stands for ‘home’ gives a clear vision of organism’s environment and organism relationship on how they deal with each other determining their abundance, distribution and extinction. Now the definition of ecology has been revived to “the study of ecosystems”. Transformation of energy and biogeochemical cycle are the prime exercises that are found in ecological field, the studies are basically focused on the growth and development of an individual with their changing environment which leads to their abundance or extinction. In due course of time it has been felt that ecology is versatile field but it’s a pure science separated from the studies like environmentalism, environmental science and natural history. Issues like life processes, impact of environment on population, distribution of organisms and biodiversity of an ecosystem were studied and solved out by ecologist.


Track 1: Ecology

It is a branch of natural science dealing with the interaction and relation of living subjects with one another with respect to their environment, it is the platform where biology, geographical science and earth science which act as an interdisciplinary field . It differs from the environmental science and has been closely related to ethology, evolutionary science and genetics that are focused to understand the ecological function and how it is affected by above features.

Track 2: Deforestation

The word deforestation has a great impact on the ecological balance of the planet earth which has been mostly distributed by this process. It is the process where the established forest were permanently removed or destroyed for other uses. A study revealed that approximately 18 million hectares of forest area are removed from the earth each year and is considered to be one of the major culprits of global warming.  Brazil, Indonesia, Thailand and many parts of Africa and Europe has the maximum level of deforestation.

Track 3: Global warming

The constant heating of the earth surface due to the trapped solar radiation mainly by the air pollutants and greenhouse gases is known to be as global warming. It is a topic that can be relate to the climate change of the planet, as the rising temperature fuel up hotter heat waves, droughts, rainfall and hurricanes. The process can be slowed down by reducing the carbon footprint and increasing afforestation and deforestation.

Track 4: Climate Change

Climate change is a change that occurs in the regular pattern of an average weather condition of a particular region or the whole world. It happen due to the constant heating of the earth surface by the greenhouse gases mostly CO2 which in these present times is 42 per cent more than it did before the industrial revolution. These present is not the start point but has already begun since 1990 and today the temperature is hiked by 0.7°C averagely. IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change) an authoritative voice which has assesses the scientific and economic information regarding climate change.

Track 5: Carbon footprint

Carbon footprint is described as the total amount of CO2 or the greenhouse gases released by an individual, community, organisation or product directly or indirectly to the atmosphere; it is measured in tonnes of CO2 equivalent. Organisation assessments and the product assessments are the common types of carbon footprint. Carbon footprint is essential for the management of ecology and its part.

Track 6: Waste recycling:  Ecology

The process involving the conversion of waste products into useful subjects that help in lowering down the pollutants level on earth surface as it keeps the waste away from the landfills where they might contaminate the water system flowing down the earth surface; it is a useful advancement to save energy. 34 per cent of the wastes created by Americans are being recycled and countries like Austria and Germany are carrying out the highest recycling rates at 63 and 62 per cent respectively.

Track 7: Conservation ecology

Subject dealing both ecology and evolutionary biology whose main concern was to safeguard the available resources with proper preservation and management. Generally the conservation word is considered to be a purely biological topic which states animal and plant conservation because  of the loss in biodiversity that are mainly influenced by human activities. The conservation deals with many areas of economics, law, social science and religion. It is a only pathway to sustain the future of our planet earth.

Track 8: Pollution: Gist to deal

It is word that everyone comes across, when a natural environment is contaminated by foreign substances that were harmful to living beings and brings an adverse change to the environment in any form either physically or chemically, pollution can be sub divided into different forms on basis of their occurrence like air, water, noise, soil etc. the birth of any form of pollution is either from the point or the non-point source the point are easy to identify and distinguished which makes them easy to control but in case of the non-point birth source it’s hard to control as they are difficult to locate out and monitor. Pollutants are the major source of pollution.

Track 9: Pollutant: Ecological Desperado

Any substance or a material that change the chemistry of the environment causing undesirable or adverse effects to the existing resources, they are the main cause of pollution or we can define them as the components of pollution. The pollutants can be categorized into different type basis upon their existence, form of persistence and from biological view like qualitative and quantitative pollutant, primary and secondary pollutant and bio-degradable and non-degradable pollutant respectively.

Track 10: Extinction an Ecological Shrinkage

In field of ecology and biology the term extinction refers to an end of an individual who was the last of the existing species from the world’s page generally it point out a group or a species. Extinction is a natural phenomenon on an average five to six species were extinct per year which is considered to be a natural background rate but due to human influence the rate is unevenly high ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 species per year. It is a critical point where the extinction has to be lowered down to maintain the balance.

Track 11: Endangered species

The species which were threatened by the existing climatic and environmental factors that were highly influenced by the human activity and were in peak of the extinction process are known to be the endangered species. In these present times they usually exist in declining population size due to factors like hunting, habitat loss and climate change. With few left and many to risk of extinction they has to be protected and conserved by exhibiting programmes like habitat preservation, habitat restoration, ex-situ conservation etc.

Track 12: Biodiversity

The term describing the whole range of variants and their adaptation to different climates, with regards to their ecological system in which they thrives is said to be as biodiversity. The variants include all different types of living being from micro-organisms to well-developed complexes organisms explaining their interactions with the nature. It is important as it helps in enhancing the ecosystem’s ability to do the essential processes of ecology like production of oxygen, storage and recycling of nutrients, formation of soils etc. but the pace can be distributed by lessening biodiversity.

Track 13: Ecosystem management

An evolved philosophical approach to manage the available natural resources, aiming of managing resources in an ecosystem-based rather than independently while maintaining their ecological integrity represents ecological management. It help in sustaining the natural resources without disturbing the ecology.

Track 14: Ecosystem ecology

The study dealing with both biotic and abiotic features of an ecosystem and their interaction with one another which allow us to study the life and the base unit for supporting it, as the whole life hinge on resource recycling among the biotic and abiotic component the main objective of the ecosystem ecology is to work out on these interactions working on fields like atmospheric chemistry, physiology, hydrology, social science and ecology.

Track 15: Natural resources

The unprocessed materials that which are supplied by the nature or by the earth to meet our basic and other needs were referred to be as natural resources they are available in both biotic and abiotic forms. With the advancement of technology and civilization now it is possible to harness energy of different kinds so natural resources are the materials that can be utilized for the human growth and development but overuse of it leads to destruction and catastrophic effects so the conservation leads to a sustainable use.

Track 16: Ecological farming

In the modern ways of farming system which involves mostly the chemical fertilizer pollutes the environment in terms of air, water and soil contributing towards climate change and loss of biodiversity for the above problem the word ecological farming has been derived which follow the principle of agroecology which only need a systemic approach. It safeguards the respect of the society and also it is economically viable.

Track 17: Ecological epidemiology

Study involving the ecology of infectious diseases, their interaction with host and their respective parasites and pathogens, and circles round the human and wildlife diseases. Ecological epidemiology help in developing models that will help support the public health and concerns on food safety.

Track 18: Ecological sustainability

Ecological sustainability deals with the capacity of the planet how it meet the needs of present generation without hindering the future generation needs it has been developed because human have the ability to overtire the available resource leaving nothing for the future except the polluted planet with no resources.

Track 19: Ecosystem dynamics

Ecosystem dynamics allow us to study the change in the ecosystem overtime due to the dynamic nature of the ecosystem it is subject to regular disturbances which can be a micro disturbance or a macro disturbance. The ecosystem dynamics help in finding out the positive and negative loops of the biological regulation in the environment.   

Track 20: Radiation ecology

A field that studies the radioactive particle or ionizing radiation with respect to environment and its components like communities and ecosystems. Radiation ecology helps us to evaluate the pathway of radionuclide in a system like soil, water, air and organisms and its effect upon the system. It also allows studying the structure and function of an ecosystem.

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Extravagant uses of the available resources has ignited a critical point where the equilibrium of the ecosystem has been disturbed, divided into many sub-disciplines the study of the interaction of living being with their environment differs from other natural science as it is a diffuse science with a generalized mechanism that governs its pattern in space and time and is approached through multidisciplinary disciplines like physics, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and statistics, microbiology, zoology and botany. Communities, population and organisms are not the only subjects that ecologist were concerned about, but also studies the influenced caused by the human or manmade to the environments (agriculture, plantation, industrialization and so on), that result in consequences like pollution and climate change. The change in the ecological system of the earth is high on political agenda and ecologists will play a dominant role in sustaining the future earth.

Scope and Importance of Ecology

Ecological problems need various pathways to solve out and each pathway doesn’t give a way to end rather than that each path contributes them to filter out the picture completely. The lines helping us to clear out the situation can be named as biotic, climatic, evolutionary and genetic, quantitative and taxonomic. These disciplines form the life line of ecology and more ever due to its focused behaviour on all level of life and their interrelations make ecology to draw other branches of science, such as physics, pedology, chemistry, geography, geology and meteorology.

Connection is the only thing that ecology deal with which helps to predict, annihilate and prevent unwanted imbalance to the system. We come across with different types of ecology like organism ecology, population, community and ecosystem which makes it paramount to study. Environmental conservation, resources allocation, energy conservation and eco friendliness are few key talks in world forum to push the world away from destruction. Ecology does it role in improving the environment by understanding the nature of the system and also plays a vital role in public health like wetlands and marshes act as a filter for toxins and other impurities present in water that allow us to build a natural filtration plant, biomedical contributions, endangered species protection by gaining knowledge from the ecological system, help to established lost forest and preservation of biodiversity of a region.

Target fields

·         Terrestrial ecology

·         Marine ecology

·         Epidemiology

·         Food safety

·         Human health

·         Climate change

·         Evolution

·         Waste recycling

·         Ecosystem management

  Association Associated in Ecological Research

·         International Association for Ecology (INTECOL)

·         Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)

·         International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE)

·         British Ecological Society (BSE)

·         Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)

·         International Association for Ecology and Health (ecohealth)

·         Ecological Society of America

·         National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA)

·         Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA)

·         European Association of Environmental and Resource Economist (EAERE)

·         Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK)

Universities Associated in Ecological Research

·         University of Memphis (Ecological Research Center)

·         CNRS-Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE)

·         Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF)

·         University of Virginia

·         Florida International University

·         University of Gibraltar

Industries Associated in Ecological Research

·         Industrial Ecology Research Services (IERS)

·         Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.

·         Econ Industries GmbH

·         Kingspan Environmental Ltd.

Market analysis on ecological research

An estimate of $469 million has been expended by the National Science Foundation to complete its National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON).

British Ecological Society support scientific ecological research where an ecologist can get a funding up to $25000 for his focused work on ecological science and in an average the British Ecological Society funds around £300,000 to the global ecological community in grants per year.

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