Recent Examples of ecology from the Web
The Torah's sympathetic attitude toward ecology surfaces in a law legislating conduct during war.
Chávez had learned Spanish as a teenager, to serve as an interpreter for her people, then earned a university degree in ecology and gotten elected to local government.
Each of them studied ocean garbage in the past, but Geyer, whose field is industrial ecology, the study of material and energy, suggested the plastics study.
Caroline Styne’s wine list doesn’t shy away from the ecology of vineyards, while Suzanne Goin’s cooking has become indispensable.
Citizen scientists can contribute to breakthroughs in almost any field, from ecology to astrophysics.
Elsewhere, France’s ecology minister Nicolas Hulot said that the country’s dominant generator EDF may have to close 17 of its 58 nuclear reactors by 2025 to meet the target of cutting the share of nuclear in the fuel mix to below 50%.
Kevin McCabe, a Wauwatosa chiropractor who owns land in Barneveld, has a master's degree in wildlife ecology.
Keeping with the movie’s theme, the new biosphere emphasizes nature, ecology and conservation.
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