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Formerly known as Ohio Forestry & Wildlife Conservation Camp, the camp is open to students in grades nine through 12 to explore forest ecology, including silviculture, tree identification, wildlife, forestry management and forest products.
Our researchers are unlocking clues from each element of cancer ecology, from secrets about how the disease grows, travels, and survives in the body to new tricks that unleash the power of the immune system to fight it.
If the biggest individuals go first, there could be repercussions for the wider ecology of a flood plain.
Camille Parmesan, a biologist who teaches at Britain's Plymouth University and the University of Texas, Austin, also won a grant and will move her research to an ecology center in Moulis, France.
The pact, announced on 30 November, will give scientists time to understand the region’s marine ecology—and the potential impacts of climate change—before fishing becomes widespread.
Efforts like shading in Sinosauropteryx could spur zoologists to get a better idea of how color relates to behavior and ecology in modern animals, allowing researchers to draw parallels between the past and present.
And yet, PCBs are part of a post-natural state in which industrial chemistry and ecology have become one and the same.
Ukraine’s minister of ecology told Bloomberg at the time that more than 60 companies had expressed interest in building renewable energy in the vicinity of Chernobyl.
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