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The Law of Unintended Consequences, that sci-fi standby, is especially powerful in ecology.
Nor is there one for ecology and studying the environment, or one for evolutionary biology.
Night-Blooming Cereus Many plants fold up at night to save water, stave off herbivores or both, said Nolan Coburn Kane, an ecology professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Laudeman, who recently transitioned from working as an interpretive naturalist at Pokagon State Park in Angola, said Indiana Dunes State Park is the birthplace of ecology.
Not surprisingly given his field of history and his abundant strengths on environmental topics, Robbins stresses subjects dealing with the liberal arts and ecology.
The present President is not much paying attention to ecology.
Conservationists are appalled that a rare ecology has been destroyed.
The rise in tourism has added pressure to the region’s ecology, with a rising number of hotels aggravating the water shortage in Leh Valley.
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