New Delhi, Aug. 15: The Indian Institute of Science-Tripura has released a report on the ‘eco-ecological biodiversity concept’ (EBCD) and has suggested that the country needs to consider a wider definition for the ecosystem.
The EBCD is an umbrella term for the concept of the ecosystem as a whole and is used in India to describe the overall health of the environment.
The ECDD has been developed through the EBC, a collaborative project between India’s Ministry of Science and Technology and the Indian Institute for Science, Technology and Engineering (IIT-T).
It proposes that the Indian state, local and regional governments, and local and rural enterprises should develop a common understanding of the ECD.
The paper, titled ‘Environmental Biodiversity Concepts for India’ was prepared by senior scientist M.B. Singh, associate professor in the department of ecology, and senior associate professor A.K. Nair.
The report was prepared as part of the “EBC project”.
It was published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution on Thursday.
The study is based on the work of scientists from various departments and agencies of the Indian government, the Centre for Biological Diversity, Greenpeace India, Greenpeace, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
It also seeks to clarify the definitions of the concept.
The aim is to identify the extent to which a specific ecosystem is ecologically diverse and its distribution among different areas, and to identify its overall health.
According to the study, the EBDD should not be defined as ‘ecologically diverse’ in the sense that it is limited to just the areas that have been studied.
It also does not refer to ecosystems that have undergone a large-scale destruction of ecosystems and species.
The definition of ecological diversity can be seen as a tool to identify biodiversity and environmental problems.
According the study’s author, S. Suresh Kumar, the aim of the study was to identify what it means to have ecological diversity in the ecosystem, which could then be used to better understand and tackle ecological issues in the country.
According its own definitions, ecological diversity refers to the diversity of habitats, plant and animal species, and ecosystems within an ecosystem.
According one definition, the word ‘ecos’ refers to plants, animals, or ecosystems; and ‘biodiversity’ refers in the same way to the presence of different types of organisms.
However, the term ‘ecoculture’ was also proposed by scientists and organisations such as the Nature Conservancy (NCA), WWF, WWF-India, Greenpeace and Greenpeace India to distinguish ecological communities from ecosystems.
This is because, conservation groups like NCA have a large number of eco-conservation projects in the field and there is a need to know the composition and distribution of these communities.
The authors of the report also point out that the definition should not have an arbitrary or narrow meaning, but should reflect a broader and more comprehensive definition.
“The ecological ecosystem definition should be used by all stakeholders to define and monitor the health of ecosystems,” the authors wrote.
As part of this study, NCA also collaborated with Indian Institute and University of Technology (IUT) in Hyderabad to work out how to define a new term for ecology that could be used for ecosystem health.
The report suggested the term eco-ecology to be the new term of the word eco- and eco-community.
The researchers identified three key criteria for the ecological ecosystem in terms of the definition: a diverse range of habitats; a varied and sustainable distribution of resources; and a high degree of mutual interdependence among the ecosystem’s members.
They also suggested that biodiversity and the sustainability of ecosystem functions should be included in the definition.
The scientists suggest that ecological communities should be considered as a multi-functional community that comprises ecosystem services and resources that are essential for their health and well-being.
The study also points out that in the case of biodiversity, the diversity and the health are also crucial.
“For example, in the context of ecosystem services, a species is a community that provides services to its members.
This community is defined as a biodiversity community,” they write.
“For instance, the presence and diversity of different kinds of fish species are key to their ecological health.
Similarly, ecosystem services are crucial to the functioning of a biodiversity ecosystem.
It is this diversity and health that is the core of biodiversity.”
The scientists also suggested to include a list of ecological community functions and activities, which can be used as a framework for further research.
They suggest that these functions should include the following areas: environmental management; agriculture; animal husbandry; research and education; conservation; community health; and the management of natural resources.
This could be done through a framework of national and local action plans.