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International Journal of Science Engineering and Management (IJSEM)

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Integrated Development in Ecologically Sensitive Site

Author : Sushmita Chakraborty 1

Date of Publication :28th December 2020

Abstract: Urban ecosystems square measure the cities, towns, and settlements created by humans. We all influence our urban ecosystem and at the same time, we are influenced by ecological conditions. An urban system includes individuals among the living things, and therefore the structures they build among the non-living things. In associate in nursing urban system, humans influence ecological factors (plants, air, soil, animals), and human decisions (where and how to build houses, parks, highways, schools) are influenced by ecological factors. The term “urban ecology” has been used multifariously to explain the study of humans in cities, of nature in cities, and of the coupled relationships between humans and nature. Urban ecology is that the study of the co-evolution of human-ecological systems.

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