What is prime rule of ecology?
The First Law of Ecology: Everything Is Connected to Everything Else. It reflects the existence of the elaborate network of interconnections in the ecosphere: among different living organisms, and between populations, species, and individual organisms and their physicochemical surroundings.
What is Gloger’s law?
Gloger’s rule states that birds and mammals should be darker in warm and humid equatorial environments compared to colder and drier areas  .
What are the 7 principles of ecology?
The seven principles are 1) maintain diversity and redundancy, 2) manage connectivity, 3) manage slow variables and feedbacks, 4) foster complex adaptive systems thinking, 5) encourage learning, 6) broaden participation, and 7) promote polycentric governance systems.
Why is studying ecology important?
Ecology matters because the natural world provides many benefits for people to live healthily on our planet. And ecology matters because, well, the natural world matters in itself.