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In a world whose ecology is changing so fast, only a special kind of obsessive would concern himself with saving endangered plant species.
Sea otters make the ecology of the outer coast complete.
The purpose of the conference is to highlight recent management and research of red snapper ecology offshore of Alabama.
As researchers have sequenced the influenza viruses found in ducks and other birds, as well as people, swine and other animals, a picture of viral ecology based in nature has come into focus.
The program started inside the Hope Rod and Gun Club clubhouse at 10 a.m. Basic instruction was given on hunter and firearm safety, ecology, hunting techniques and cleaning and meal preparation of wild game.
Burgio is a postdoctoral fellow in ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Connecticut.
Whereas our ancestors lived through transformations of landscape and ecology, climate change would impact many more things that affect our daily life, said Sam White, history associate professor at The Ohio State University.
NHAs protect the history, culture, ecology, and landscapes of regions such as the I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor.
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Definition of ecology for English Language Learners
: a science that deals with the relationships between groups of living things and their environments
: the relationships between a group of living things and their environment
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