TERRESTRIAL HABITAT STUDIES
AEOLIKI experts, provide services to contact scientific investigations (terrestrial habitat studies) that focus on the study of habitats and ecosystems found on land. These studies can be conducted in a variety of terrestrial environments, including forests, grasslands, deserts, and wetlands.
The main goal of terrestrial habitat studies is to gain a better understanding of the interactions between different species and their environment, including the abiotic (non-living) factors such as soil, water, and climate. This knowledge can help us to better manage and conserve these habitats, as well as to understand the impacts of human activities such as agriculture, forestry, and urbanization on these ecosystems.
Some of the key areas of services provided by AEOLIKI in terrestrial habitat scientific investigations, include:
Biodiversity: The study of the variety of plant and animal species found in a particular habitat;
Habitat fragmentation: The study of how the fragmentation of natural habitats due to human activities can affect the diversity and abundance of species;
Ecosystem services: The study of the benefits that ecosystems provide to humans, such as food, water, and air purification;
Climate change: The study of how changes in temperature and precipitation patterns can affect the distribution and abundance of species in terrestrial habitats;
Conservation biology: The study of how to protect and conserve endangered species and their habitats
Overall, terrestrial habitat studies are important for understanding the complex ecological systems that exist on land and for developing strategies to conserve these habitats and their associated biodiversity.