The Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography aims to reach impact factor by dealing with the current challenges of ecosystem such as global warming, climate change, etc. Depending on geographical variations, different types of ecosystems can be classified as: rain forests, deserts, tundra, grasslands, ponds and coral reefs. Next to the abundant supply of carbon through the sun and also naturally occuring carbon, the important element for survival for and ecosystem is nitrogen. Nitogen fixation is the process by which nitrogen is deposited in a stable form in different organisms of the ecosystems. These are done by bacteria who sole purpose is to incorporate nitrogen in the organisms through biological cycles. The nitrogen-fixing bacteria either live symbiotically or freely in the soil. As there are only a few species of bacteria present in the soil that perform nitrogen fixation, most of the nitrogen in the soil is by anthropological means by the use of fertilizers. Ecosystem dynamics refers to the branch of ecological studies that deals with the study of causes of instability and factors to maintain an equilibrium in the ecosystem. Ecosystem is thought to be a very sensitive to changes in its dynamics, that the effects live long enough and the stability is restored gradually and largely depends on the biotic and abiotic components of that ecosystem at that period of time.
Last date updated on June, 2014