Recent Examples of ecology from the Web
Like anything to do with ecology, the problem of how missing megafauna affect modern-day habitats is a complex puzzle, with multiple lines of evidence.
If the ocean’s ecology proves too delicate, another five years could be added to the moratorium.
Other winners use dance to explain their work on sea star ecology, the psychology of creativity, and the biochemistry of criminal forensics, which also won our online audience favorite award.
Salt lake ecology is especially delicate and requires a certain amount of fresh water to maintain a saline balance.
When marine ecology started, there basically weren’t any whales in the ocean ... People didn’t consider whales very important.
Humpback ecology and behavior in places like California have been well-documented.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of ecology
First Known Use: 1875See Words from the same year
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