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- adj. Of or pertaining to an ecosystem
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With changes in spatial patterns, ecosystemic structure and function alter.
In order to examine silver nanoparticles 'ecosystemic impact the researchers prepared series of outdoor "mesocosms" - intermediate-sized "fields" of plants growing in rubber tubs.
If, for example, that burger is produced on land that once used to be rainforest, well, then you've lost the rainforest, you've lost the ecosystemic services that that rainforest provides, you lose the carbon, you lose the biodiversity.
Cities also exist by grace of their relationship to regional ecosystemic actors, such as the watershed.
As a working artist and craftsperson faced with the realities of the current socio - and ecosystemic breakdown, I struggled to come to terms with the idea of producing objects for an elite audience-objects that had no useful function in the lives of ordinary people.
Their ability to adapt and exploit ecosystemic gaps allowed them to slowly but surely become the dominant species on Earth.
Yet we did not take into account the impact of pollination shortage onto seeds used for planting, which is very important for many vebetable crops as well as forage crops and thereby the whole cattle industry, non-food crops and, perhaps most importantly, the wild flowers and all the ecosystemic services that the natural flora provides to agriculture and to society as a whole.