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Cultural ecology is the study of the adaptation of a culture to a specific environment and how changes in that
environment lead to changes in that specific culture.
It also focuses on how the overall environment, natural
resources available, technology, and population density
affect the rest of the culture and how a traditional system of beliefs and behavior allows people to adapt to
their environment. Interplay between any population
and their environment is the subject of ecological studies.
Cultural ecologists study how humans in their society
and through specific cultures interact with the larger
environment. In the case of human beings, much of
the behavior involved in interaction with the environment is learned behavior that has become part of the
reserve of learned skills, technology, and other cultural
responses of a people in a society.