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         Ecology:     more books (99)
  1. Invasion Ecology by Julie Lockwood, Martha Hoopes, et all 2006-12-22
  2. A Naturalist's Guide to Forest Plants: An Ecology for Eastern North America by Donald D. Cox, 2003-10
  3. Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems by Michael Begon, Colin R. Townsend, et all 2006-01-14
  4. Wildlife Ecology and Management (5th Edition) by Eric G. Bolen, William Robinson, 2002-07-20
  5. Eastern Deciduous Forest, Second Edition: Ecology and Wildlife Conservation by Richard H. Yahner, 2000-06-05
  6. Islam and Ecology: A Bestowed Trust (Religions of the World and Ecology)
  7. How to Do Ecology: A Concise Handbook by Richard Karban, Mikaela Huntzinger, 2006-07-31
  8. Evolution and Ecology of the Organism by Michael R. Rose, Laurence D. Mueller, 2005-02-19
  9. Experiments in Ecology: Their Logical Design and Interpretation Using Analysis of Variance by A. J. Underwood, 1997-01-28
  10. Ecology and Management of the North American Moose by Albert W. Franzmann, 2007-11-30
  11. The World We Have: A Buddhist Approach to Peace and Ecology by Thich Nhat Hanh, 2008-09-01
  12. Landscape Ecology in Theory and Practice: Pattern and Process by Monica Turner, R. H. Gardner, et all 2001-04-27
  13. Numerical Ecology, Volume 20, Second Edition (Developments in Environmental Modelling) by P. Legendre, Pierre Legendre, et all 1998-12-09
  14. Liberation Ecologies

61. Ecology And Evolutionary Biology: Index
Carries out research in a wide range of areas across evolution and ecology. Offers faculty research interests. an overview of the graduate and undergraduate programs, facilities, and contact information.
In 1990 Princeton University divided Biology into the Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Molecular Biology. Since then we have grown and now consist of 18 faculty, approximately 40 graduate students, 45 postdoctoral fellows, and about 100 undergraduate concentrators. Our offices and laboratories are located in Guyot and Eno Halls, but our research often takes us to field sites in Africa, Asia and parts of North, Central and South America.
Although faculty and students in the Department study a wide range of biological problems, evolution is the theme that unites us, and mixing of theory and empiricism is a style that guides us. And despite our breadth, we are deep in the areas of ecology, evolution and behavior. Many of the research projects are interdisciplinary and have resulted in strong links to the Department of Molecular Biology Program in Science Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) . The excitement and quality of the research that is done in the Department creates an exceptional learning environment for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students. We invite you to learn more about our research activities by exploring links to the faculty Ecology Conservation , and Eno Hall_Courtesy of David Goehring
Peter and Rosemary Grant awarded 2005 Balzan Prize
Simon Levin 2005 Award Kyoto Photos from Class Day 2005 The Study of Evolution at Princeton ...
Tropical Ecology, January 2003

62. Home - Campus Ecology - National Wildlife Federation
A national network of campus activists that engage in campus greening projects.
For more than a decade, National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Program has been helping transform the nation's college and university campuses into living models of an ecologically sustainable society, and training a new generation of environmental leaders. Campus Ecology supports and promotes positive and practical conservation projects on campus and beyond to protect wildlife by restoring habitat and slowing global warming.
Middlebury used worm castings to aid in the new plantings for Dining Services' organic greenhouse.
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Conservation Projects Energy Transportation Landscaping Purchasing ... Explore conservation topics
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63. Kids Do Ecology
Barbara EcoLinks Conservation Projects For Teachers Contact Us © 2004 Kids Do ecology, NCEAS, 735 State Street, Santa Barbara, California 93101
Learn about Ecology World Biomes Marine Mammals KDE Santa Barbara ...
, 735 State Street, Santa Barbara, California 93101 English Spanish

64. Wildlife Behavioural Ecology
A collaboration with the Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS), the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Overview, annual report, mission, faculty and students, ongoing projects, news and events, species studied and related sites.
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65. Ecology Tutorial
Short introduction to the science of ecology, including terminology.
Here is a list of interesting sites that deal with the Environment.
  • Fungi take Two
  • Photosynthesis
  • Ecoregion Map ; "Think Globally, Act Locally"
  • Humans and their Brief history
  • Animal SOUNDS (Must have audio card)
  • Some cool Miscellaneous Environmental Information
    The Loss of Biodiversity
    "The most serious threat to the continuation of all life on this planet is the loss of biological diversity: the varied living beings that inhabit the globe." "It is true that the problem of disappearing species represents not only a conservation crisis on a scale never faced before, but also one of the greatest environmental challenges we are ever likely to confront." These quotes from Kennedy (1990, p. 17) illustrate the gravity of the ecological problem facing humankind - the loss of biodiversity. Although there has always been loss of species as part of the evolution of life, the rapidity with which it is currently occurring largely through anthropogenic influences, is the worrying factor.
    Biodiversity at the Species Level - Flora
    Botany is the science that deals with all forms of plant life, including mosses, ferns, conifers and flowering plants, and organisms formerly considered plants: algae, fungi, and lichens . Humans are heavily dependent on plants for oxygen, food, clothing, medicine, and shelter. Yet a surprisingly large percentage of the world's plant species remains unknown, their potential benefits to mankind hidden. Museum botanists are dedicated to documenting the origins and providing classifications of plant life in marine and terrestrial environments and to understanding how humans are affected by and have altered the plant world.
  • 66. Aquatic Ecology Page
    Your guide to aquatic life and ecology interests on the internet AQUATIC ecology and NEW YORK STATE LAKES WEBSITE - AQUATIC ecology
    Your guide to aquatic life and ecology interests on the internet
    This page has moved. Please bookmark these NEW mirror URL's at - WATEROSE AQUATIC ECOLOGY and - NEW YORK STATE LAKES WEBSITE - AQUATIC ECOLOGY (Last updated June 30, 1999) This page is maintained by Alice T. Dossett at Netdoor. This page has been accessed times keep coming back!

    67. LARSE
    Provides research data and links to MODLand products such as surface reflectance, spectral vegetation indices, land cover, the absorbed fraction of photosynthetically active radiation (FPAR), leaf area index (LAI), net primary productivity (NPP), and land surface temperature.

    68. Ecology Action Centre - Welcome
    An active advocate in protecting the environment since 1972.
    1568 Argyle St. Suite 31
    Halifax N.S., Canada B3J 2B3
    The EAC has moved to a new site Please update your URL

    69. Jpeweb
    Journal of Political ecology Case Studies in History and Society It is provided free and supported by the Political ecology Society (PESO).

    70. Index
    The EC MAST III project is centered on an important and recently discovered genus of marine photosynthetic microorganism Prochlorococcus. This prokaryote proliferates in oligotrophic areas, including the Mediterranean and Red Seas, and is the tiniest and numerically the most abundant photosynthetic organism and accounts for a large part (up to 50%) of the photosynthetic biomass and primary production in these areas.
    Contract MAS3-CT97-0128 Molecular Ecology of the Photosynthetic Procaryote Prochlorococcus a Key Organism of Oceanic Ecosystems Period of the contract : April 1, 1998-March 31, 2001 A summary of PROMOLEC Participating institutions and staff Publications Direct access to Prochlorococcus genome sites : Joint Genome Institute (USA): Sequences of MED4 and MIT9313 Genoscope (France): Sequence of SS120 Information for Partners (restricted access) Technical annex Events and reports schedule Kick off meeting report Management report 1 (6 Months) ... Field Workshop Eilat (September 10-19, 2000) . (Direct Access to CTD data here Data inventories (gene accession numbers) Materials and methods Last updated: April 10, 2003 Dr. F. Partensky, coordinator Station Biologique de Roscoff - Homepage EC DG XII - MAST III Homepage

    71. View Archives
    Frontiers in ecology and the Environment; Volume 3 (2005) Author Index HTML abstract HTML fulltext Print (PDF) full-text

    72. SpringerLink - Publication
    Tables of contents and article abstracts from this SpringerVerlag journal. Complete article texts are available in PDF format to print subscribers.
    Articles Publications Publishers

    Publication Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology Publisher: Springer-Verlag GmbH ISSN: 0340-5443 (Paper) 1432-0762 (Online) Subject: Biomedical and Life Sciences Issues in bold contain content you are entitled to view. Online First Volume 58 Number 4 / August 2005 Number 3 / July 2005 Number 2 / June 2005 Number 1 / May 2005 Volume 57 Number 6 / April 2005 Number 5 / March 2005 Number 4 / February 2005 Number 3 / January 2005 ... Number 1 / November 2004 Volume 56 Number 6 / October 2004 Number 5 / September 2004 Number 4 / August 2004 Number 3 / July 2004 ... Number 1 / May 2004 Volume 55 Number 6 / April 2004 Number 5 / March 2004 Number 4 / February 2004 Number 3 / January 2004 ... Request a sample Volume 54 Number 6 / October 2003 Number 5 / September 2003 Number 4 / September 2003 Number 3 / August 2003 ... Number 1 / June 2003 Volume 53 Number 6 / May 2003 Number 5 / April 2003 Number 4 / March 2003 Number 3 / February 2003 ... Number 1 / December 2002 Volume 52 Number 6 / November 2002 Number 5 / October 2002 Number 4 / September 2002 Number 3 / August 2002 ... Number 1 / June 2002 Volume 51 Number 6 / May 2002 Number 5 / April 2002 Number 4 / March 2002 Number 3 / February 2002 ... Number 1 / December 2001 Jump to volumes: Most Recent 50 to 43 42 to 35 34 to 34 First page
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    73. Health Ecology
    Features methods and activities for improving the coexistence of any person with nature.

    74. The Journal Of Industrial Ecology - The MIT Press
    An international quarterly fostering understanding and practice in the emerging field of industrial ecology.

    75. Brown, Michael F.
    Research interests in ritual and religion, native peoples of North and South America, medical anthropology, human ecology, intellectual, and cultural property. Williams College.

    76. World Forum For Acoustic Ecology
    Includes background information, membership details, related resources, and information about how to sign up for their Listserv mailing list.
    Liliane Karnouk WELCOME! The World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), founded in 1993, is an international association of affiliated organizations and individuals, who share a common concern with the state of the world's soundscapes. Our members represent a multi-disciplinary spectrum of individuals engaged in the study of the social, cultural and ecological aspects of the sonic environment. Read : We offer a free online WFAE Newsletter as a monthly supplement to our print publication, Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology It includes news, events, workshops, and other activities related to the ecology of sound. The Journal is available to all paid members and is published twice a year. Converse : We encourage you to participate in on-going discussions through the WFAE sponsored Acoustic-Ecology listserv It is easy to join and participate with other ear-minded individuals regarding the soundscape environments in which we live. Join : The World Forum for Acoustic Ecology encourages your participation in the growth and development of regional affiliate groups around the world. Learn more about becoming a member by downloading ou r WFAE 2005 membership form (PDF) or visiting the membership web page Participate : WFAE members and others participate at WFAE endorsed events around the world. Our next meeting will b in Japan.

    77. OSU College Of Human Ecology
    Includes news and information on the college and its majors, as well as information on the departments of Consumer and Textile Sciences, Human Development and Family Science, and Human Nutrition.
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    The Ohio State University
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    For Students International Programs HEC News ... HEC Webmail
    HEC Home
    Latest News Experience Universal Design with HEC Faculty at Farm Science Review, Sept 20-22
    Hospitality's H.G Parsa Named Fulbright Scholar to India

    Study Takes Aim at School Vending Machine Snacks

    OSU Service-Learning Students Build with Habitat in Costa Rica, Serve as Cultural Ambassadors
    ... More Human Ecology News , including the Summer 2005 Focus
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    78. BEG By Stephen T. Abedon
    Features phage names, news, bibliography, meetings, and image gallery.

    79. Learning Development Institute
    LDI is a transdisciplinary networked learning community devoted to excellence in the development and study of learning. The collective responsibility for the ecology of the learning environment, and each individual's role in its participatory management, is among LDI's essential concerns.
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    80. Christian Ecology Link
    CEL is a UK organisation for Christians concerned about care of the environment. Energy efficiency and wildlife conservation issues, events, activities,
    Christian Ecology Link
    CEL is a multi denominational UK Christian organisation
    for people concerned about the Environment
    CEL Info Events Resources ... CEL Info 16 Sept '05 Email CEL About CEL Search Sitemap ... Common Worship Lectionary Sermon Notes Methodist Catholic Campaigns Operation Noah- CEL's Climate Campaign ... LOAF - CEL's Food Campaign Issues Sustainable Transport Tourism ... News Section of Index Page Archived News Welcome News, Issues and Comment (See also ... Coming events - Creation Season:
    ideas +info
    New CEL Sermon Notes ... on Season of Creation for use in the
    4 Suns of Sept:
    by Rev Keith Innes 1st Sun: Forest Sunday
    2nd Sun: Land Sunday
    3rd Sun: Wilderness Sun
    4th Sun: River Sunday News Stop Climate Chaos
    1 Sept: Church agencies and green organisations launch coalition against climate change. Operation Noah is a member. Reports from: BBC EcoCongregation Scotland Christian Aid The destruction of tropical peatlands is contributing significantly to global warming - about 15% of world fossil fuel combustion per year. In 1997 it was equivalent to 40%.

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