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So scientists at Temple University in Philadelphia have shipped coral into their lab to try to off them there — all to better understand deep-sea ecology.
Native plant walks, forest and historical site outings featuring topics such as fire ecology.
Justine and the other researchers did not study the soil ecology.
The Pope has changed the image of the Church not by making substantial revisions to doctrine, but by changing priorities – directing spiritual resources to ecology, poverty, inequality.
That collaboration continued for more than a half-century and established a new field of science, chemical ecology.
In the forest ecology laboratory on campus, graduate student Amanda Asay is studying kin recognition in Douglas firs.
In addition to canoeing, this free outdoor exploration day includes hiking, archery and environmental education about Chicagoland’s ecology and conservation.
There’s senior midfielder Tyler Warner, a key to Monday’s game with his faceoff work and an ecology and evolutionary biology major.
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ECOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
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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