What Is a Ecologist and What Do They Do?


Ecologists are generally concerned with ecosystems, where they study the abundance and distribution of organisms as well as the relationships between organisms and their surroundings. Ecologists regularly select a specialist area and then accomplish a wide range of duties relating to that area.
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Ecologists are experts concerned with the ecosystem as a whole and the abundance, distribution and the relationships between organisms and their environment. Their role is to asses environmental impacts, compile comprehensive lists of species that need to be monitored and protected, develop biological databases and monitor climate change by mapping the movement of key species.
An ecologist is a biologist who studies the interactions between organisms and their environment and between organisms themselves. Ecologists undertake environmental studies where they investigate the influence that humans have on the natural environment.
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