Ecological Mechanisms For Anthropized Ecosystems In The Proximity Of Rural Communities
In an anthropized ecosystem, the interactions are represented by the multitude of possible combinations between its structural elements; among these, the most important groups of interactions are those in which people are also involved. In the transformed ecosystems, with different anthropization levels, new functional relations appear, as a result of introducing certain disturbing elements by humans from one ecosystem to another. The present study provides both a general perspective on environment conservation and on the economic activities of rural areas located in the proximity of protected natural areas, as well as the establishment of ecological mechanisms meant to ensure equilibrium between the natural and the anthropic ecosystems.
Volume (Year): 9 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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