Ecology at IgMin Research | Science Group

Our mission is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and accelerate the advancement of knowledge across a wide spectrum of scientific domains.


Ecology is the scientific study of the interactions between living organisms and their environment. This field seeks to understand the intricate relationships that shape ecosystems, from the smallest microorganisms to the largest animals and plants. Ecology encompasses a wide range of scales, from local habitats to global biomes, and it provides crucial insights into the balance of life on Earth.

Ecologists investigate topics such as population dynamics, community structure, nutrient cycling, and the impacts of human activities on ecosystems. They analyze how species interact, how energy flows through food chains, and how ecosystems respond to environmental changes. Ecology is fundamental to understanding biodiversity, conserving natural resources, and addressing environmental challenges such as climate change and habitat loss.

  • Population ecology
  • Community ecology
  • Ecosystem ecology
  • Behavioral ecology
  • Conservation ecology
  • Landscape ecology
  • Urban ecology
  • Marine ecology
  • Terrestrial ecology
  • Aquatic ecology
  • Evolutionary ecology
  • Functional ecology
  • Ecological modeling
  • Ecological interactions
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Restoration ecology
  • Global ecology
  • Human-environment interactions
  • Ecological resilience
  • Ecology education and outreach
  • Advancements in ecology research
  • Ecology and climate change
  • Ecology and biodiversity conservation
  • Ecology and sustainable development
  • Ecology in policy-making