An epidemiologic ecology is the study of the effects of human, physical, biological, and Chemical Stressors on conditions of ecosystems, broadly conceived. This area of ecology uses epidemiological concepts and methods to associate ecological effects or responses with stressors through assessments, long-term monitoring data, and results of research. (Proposed new term 1993. See related: ecological health, condition, nominal, subnominal, stressor.)

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