Methods And Models In Ecology, Evolution, And Conservation Biology
The creation and study of statistical equations of ecological processes, both in strictly biological and integrated biophysical models, is known as ecological modelling. Models, which can be analytical or simulation-based, are employed to comprehend intricate ecological processes and forecast potential changes in actual ecosystems. Because of the combined impacts of climate change and numerous human stressors, coastal ecosystems are degrading. Large-scale coastal conservation efforts become a vicious challenge as a result of how frequently these forces interact and make it difficult to develop effective conservation efforts.