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Ecology: The Study of Ecosystems

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Our planet is a complicated place. Millions upon millions of living things all depend on one another to form a complex web of life. Readers will discover how ecologists study the relationships between living things, climates, and Earth itself. They will also learn why it is important to preserve Earths ecosystems.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Scholastic
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This is a non-fiction book which introduces children to the study of ecology. It first discusses the basics of ecology, such as what ecologists study, and the history of ecology. Then, it discusses some of the different ecosystems, going into detail about the rain forest. Then, the book moves on to discuss how we can help protect the ecosystems and talks about what ecologists are doing today to help the environment. The author goes into detail about “reduce, reuse, and recycle”.

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