What is the Meaning & Definition of artificial ecosystem

An ecosystem is a specific environment where the vital processes of a group of beings living are interdependent. Biotic factors (such as animals, plants and microorganisms) and abiotic factors (air, water) are part of this shared environment. Interdependent bodies that make up this unit establish food chains, which are currents of energy and nutrients produced by the nutrition (a species feeds on one preceding him in the chain, and in turn, it serves food to the next).
The concept of ecosystem, in general, is associated with the natural ecosystem, where the biotic and the abiotic are in balance without human intervention. However, we draw attention to the fact of existing artificial ecosystems created by humans and which do not exist in nature. Greenhouses, dykes and aquariums are a few examples.
The greater acceptance of the concept of artificial ecosystem includes settlements such as cities, although they have many differences compared to natural ecosystems.
The modification of a natural ecosystem by human action can also give rise to an artificial ecosystem. A natural ecosystem with the extinction of a species by human action initially loses its original condition. That said, it becomes sort of an artificial ecosystem or, at least, a natural ecosystem changed.
We will retain the modification of natural ecosystems brings consequences, such as desertification and infestations of pests/pests (plant health risk), thus harming biodiversity and resources of nature.