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  1. Snakes: Ecology and Conservation
  2. Tropical Forest Community Ecology
  3. Freshwater Ecology: Concepts and Environmental Applications (Aquatic Ecology) by Walter K. Dodds, 2002-03-19
  4. Community Ecology: Processes, Models, and Applications (Oxford Biology)
  5. Gyn/Ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism by Mary Daly, 1990-11-12
  6. Introduction to Cultural Ecology by Mark Q. Sutton, 2009-08-28
  7. Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology by F. Stuart Chapin III, Harold A. Mooney, et all 2002-08-12
  8. Ecology: Individuals, Populations and Communities by M. Begon, J. L. Harper, et all 1999-01-12
  9. Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (a John Hope Franklin Center Book) by Jane Bennett, 2010-01-01
  10. Plant Physiological Ecology by Hans Lambers, F. Stuart ChapinIII, et all 2008-10-24
  11. Wolves: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation
  12. Political Ecology: A Critical Introduction (Critical Introductions to Geography) by Paul Robbins, 2004-08-09
  13. Bayesian Methods for Ecology by Michael A. McCarthy, 2007-05-14
  14. Win-Win Ecology: How The Earth's Species Can Survive In The Midst of Human Enterprise by Michael L. Rosenzweig, 2003-04-24

81. Wetland Plant Ecology At Coastal Carolina University
Internet course with site visits to Waccamaw River and Little River in West Virginia.

82. DLC-ME Home Page
Michigan State University website with extensive resources on microbes and the environments they live in, as well as links to other microbial ecology
Home of the Click above to go on a safari to discover microscopic organisms and the habitats in which they live. What is the Digital Learning Center for Microbial Ecology? Find out how to use this web site and learn about its creators. Microbe of the Month Take a look at the latest addition to the Microbe Zoo's specimen collection.
The Curious Microbe
Tales of amazing microbes and curious environments. Microbes In The News Stories from the popular press (newspapers, magazines, etc.) related to microbiology and microbial ecology. Microbial Ecology Resources Listings of books, videos, software, internet sites, magazines, events, and other resources related to microbiology and microbial ecology. Meet The Scientists Profiles of microbiologists. The Microbe Zoo is available on CD-ROM

83. ABCP--Welcome To The African Blackwood Conservation Project Home Page
A nonprofit organization devoted to replanting this threatened species in Tanzania. Blackwood is the premier wood of choice for fine concert-quality woodwind instruments, and the tree plays a vital role in the ecology of the East African savannah.
So that
the song
of the
Tree of
will not
go silent!
Summer 2005 Rolex Awards Journal Article on 1 Million Trees Planted
Kibosho East Environmental Handbook
Welcome to the website of the African Blackwood Conservation Project (ABCP). The aim of this project is to help replenish this valuable tree in Tanzania. Most people will not have knowingly seen blackwood but almost everyone will have heard it, for it is the premier wood of choice for fine concert-quality woodwind instruments such as clarinets, oboes and flutes, as well as being used in the manufacture of bagpipes. Blackwood is also the finest material available today for producing ornamental turning . In its African homeland, it is used to make intricate and highly detailed carvings , and plays a vital role in the ecology of the East African savannah. This website serves to document our efforts to perpetuate this remarkable natural resource. Despite its importance as a world timber there have been few conservation efforts to replenish the species. Although it is not yet on the endangered list the ABCP is taking efforts now to help assure that eventuality will not occur. To learn more about the wood, its homeland, this project, the people who are trying to make it happen and how you can help, click on the links in the banner above or the sitemap below. You may also

84. SpringerLink - Publication More results from Population ecology Home PageA starting point for population ecology information, courses, models, papers, conferences, data.
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Publication Landscape Ecology Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media B.V., Formerly Kluwer Academic Publishers B.V. ISSN: 0921-2973 (Paper) 1572-9761 (Online) Subject: Earth and Environmental Science Issues in bold contain content you are entitled to view. Online First Volume 20 Number 3 / April 2005 Number 2 / February 2005 Number 1 / January 2005 Request a sample Volume 19 Number 8 / November 2004 Number 7 / October 2004 Number 6 / August 2004 Number 5 / July 2004 ... Number 1 / January 2004 Volume 18 Number 8 / November 2003 Number 7 / October 2003 Number 6 / August 2003 Number 5 / July 2003 ... Number 1 / January 2003 Volume 17 Number 8 / November 2002 Number 7 / October 2002 Number 6 / August 2002 Number 5 / July 2002 ... Supplement 1 / January 2002 Volume 16 Number 8 / December 2001 Number 7 / October 2001 Number 6 / August 2001 Number 5 / July 2001 ... Number 1 / January 2001 Volume 15 Number 8 / December 2000 Number 7 / October 2000 Number 6 / August 2000 Number 5 / July 2000 ... Number 1 / January 2000 Volume 14 Number 6 / December 1999 Number 5 / October 1999 Number 4 / August 1999 Number 3 / June 1999 ... Number 1 / February 1999 Volume 13 Number 6 / December 1998 Number 5 / October 1998 Number 4 / August 1998 Number 3 / June 1998 ... Number 1 / February 1998 Volume 12 Number 6 / November 1997 Number 5 / October 1997 Number 4 / August 1997 Number 3 / June 1997 First page
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85. Christian Ecology
Christian ecology is that branch of Christian thought dedicated to the development and application of traditional and/or cuttingedge Christian thinking to the problem of environmental destruction and the resulting planetary crisis.
Fund for Christian Ecology
Christian Ecology
Animals and birds are dying because of the wickedness of our people,
people who say, "God doesn't see what we are doing." Jeremiah 12:4 (Today's English Version) In 1967, historian Lynn White published a now famous piece entitled "The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis." White, himself a Christian, concluded that many of our environmental problems could be traced to the Christian notion that God gave this earth to humans for their use and specifically directed humans to exercise dominion over the earth and all of its life forms. While it is questionable that this is what White intended, the effect of the piece has been to serve as an indictment of Christianity as the source of our environmental problems, and to render laughable the idea that Christianity might have anything to contribute to our environmental crisis. As essayist Wendell Berry has observed, "the culpability of Christianity in the destruction of the natural world and uselessness of Christianity in any effort to correct that destruction are now established cliches of the conservation movement." Largely as a reaction and response to White’s piece, Christian thinkers have over the last three decades formulated a response to White’s indictment. The response has taken three distinct paths. One path, which can be called the Stewardship Model, concludes that God did indeed give humans dominion, but only on the condition that we act as wise stewards, exercising our dominion with prudence and care. This is the model that is preferred within evangelical and fundamentalist circles, to the extent that this wing of Christianity chooses to address the environmental issue.

86. Quantitative Population Ecology
Online lectures at the Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
On-Line Lectures
Department of Entomology
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA Alexei Sharov Check the review Download the whole web site
Lecture Handouts
  • Introduction: Population systems and their components.
    What is population ecology?
    Models as analytical tools
    Population system ...
    Petri nets (optional)
    Questions and Assignments
  • Estimation of population density and size.
    Censusing a Whole Population
    Simple Random or Systematic Sampling ...
    Synchronization of outbreaks in space
  • Orientation in software: Microsoft Excel.
  • How to write a scientific paper
  • Population sampling and spatial distribution.
  • Statistical analysis of population change. ...
  • Parasitism and biological control
    Statistical tables
  • t-statistics
  • Chi-square statistics
  • F-statistics, P=0.05
  • F-statistics, P=0.01 ... Alexei Sharov
  • 87. Nearctica The Natural History Of North America
    Comprehensive site including education, natural history, conservation, environment, ecology, evolution, geology, paleontology, and systematics.
    Advertisement Special Segments Butterflies of North America Conifers of North America Eastern Birds List of N.A. Insects Home Eastern Wildflowers General Topics Natural History Ecology Family Environment Evolution Home Education Home Conservation Geophysics Paleontology Commercial Organizations Wildflowers of Eastern North America NEARCTICA ( Nee - arctic - a Welcome to Nearctica , your complete gateway to the natural world of North America. If this is your first visit to Nearctica , please bookmark us and take the time to browse around a bit. Nearctica brings you the best of the natural world on the web combining links to other sites with original material. Only the most useful sites are listed and we tell you what to expect when you get to them. Everyone will find something for interest; students, the family, scientists, and decision makers. Nearctica is designed to be easy to use and visually attractive. If it's about the plants, animals, or the physical environment of North America, you will find it here; conservation, environmental protection, education, home and yard pests, butterflies, birds, weather, dinosaurs, biking, coloring books for kids, and anything else related to the great outdoors. Look around and get a feel for what's here.

    88. Urban Ecology Australia
    Urban ecology Australia is a nonprofit organisation working to promote and create EcoCities - ecologically integrated human settlements.
    Home What's New About us Contact Us ...
    About Us
    Urban Ecology Australia is a non-profit organisation promoting people and nature friendly urban settlements.
    An ecological city is a city in balance with nature. Cities are at the centre of nearly all human activity. If we fail to evolve human settlements in balance with nature, our civilisation will fail. We can make ecocities here and now - in existing cities and new ones.
    Christie Walk
    Christie Walk is a medium density housing development located in downtown Adelaide which combines many ecologically sustainable and community enhancing features. It was initiated by UEA as a demonstration project, to promote nature and people friendly urban development by example. You can see for yourself by coming on a Christie Walk Site Tour

    89. BioTech's Life Science Dictionary
    Definitions for over 8300 terms associated with genetics, biochemistry, biotechnology, botany, chemistry, ecology, limnology, pharmacology, toxicology and medicine.
    W elcome to BioTech's life science dictionary! Please read the Search Instructions first.
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    Find terms that contain the entered word in their definitions Looking for a chemical acronym? Try searching BioTech's Chemical Acronyms Database This free resource was developed by our staff members and contributors and is still very much under construction. Currently, most of our 8300+ terms deal with biochemistry, biotechnology, botany, cell biology and genetics. We also have some terms relating to ecology, limnology, pharmacology, toxicology and medicine. Don't expect to find common or exotic animals here; there are far too many species to cover even a fraction in a resource like this. However, we've included medically- and biotechnologically-relevant organisms such as bacteria, worms, fungi, and some plants. We are adding new terms as quickly as our funding permits. Feel free to send us word suggestions or other comments
    • If you want to look up a specific animal, try

    90. Ecology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    ecology is essentially the study of the workings of the planet Earth. ecology, or ecological science, is the scientific study of the distribution and
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    For the journal see Ecology (journal) ('Ecology' is sometimes used incorrectly as a synonym for the natural environment
    Ecology is essentially the study of the workings of the planet Earth Ecology , or ecological science , is the scientific study of the distribution and abundance of living organisms and how these properties are affected by interactions between the organisms and their environment . The environment of an organism includes both the physical properties, which can be described as the sum of local abiotic factors like climate and geology , as well as the other organisms that share its habitat . The term oekologie was coined in by the German biologist, Ernst Haeckel , from the Greek oikos meaning "household" and logos meaning "study"; hence, the "study of the household of nature".
    Ecology is usually considered a branch of biology , the general science that studies living beings . Organisms can be studied at many different levels, from

    91. Central America Ecology And Environment
    Annotated directory of online resources.

    Mailing List

    Mapa del sitio

    Welcome to
    Central America Ecology and Environment

    We are dedicated to the compilation, organization, processing, and distribution of data and information about ecological, environmental, Earth Science, and related topics pertaining to Central America.
    Our objectives
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    Nuestros objetivos

    92. Ecology And Environment, Inc. - International Environmental Consulting
    Founded in 1970, ecology and Environment, Inc. (E E) is a broad based environmental consulting, testing, engineering, and design firm operating from 27 US

    93. Ecology Center
    Working for clean air and water, healthy communities, and environmental justice. Information on membership, activities, recycling, and sustainable land use.
    117 N. Division St. / Ann Arbor, MI 48104 / USA
    phone fax From the
    Ground Up

    our official publication Press Releases Auto Project Mercury Switches Lead-free Wheels ... EcoRide
    how to get involved Neighborhood Action
    Membership Mary Beth Doyle ...
    More Details...
    Mary Beth Doyle:
    Memorial Fund


    in our newsletter From the Ground Up Ecology Center's Sister Organization
    The Ecology Center is a member of Earth Share of Michigan and the Michigan Environmental Council Members Local 174 Testing Finds High Level of Mercury in Store-Bought Fish in Michigan Ecology Center released the results of a major 22-state mercury testing project which included samples of swordfish and tuna taken from Kroger in Michigan. The national project confirmed that store-bought swordfish and tuna contain levels of mercury that the federal government has determined may be hazardous to human health, particularly children. EPA Balks on Banning Major Automotive Lead Use Environmentalists criticized the decision by the Environmental Protection Agency to reject a request to ban the use and sale of lead-containing weights used to balance wheels on vehicles. The Ecology Center, a Michigan-based environmental advocacy organization, had asked EPA to ban the sale of one of the largest unregulated sources of lead to the environment, automotive wheel balancing weights. The Ecology Center is now considering legal action to compel EPA action, along with ramped up efforts to pass legislation at the state level to ban the sale of lead-containing wheel weights.

    Center for Demography and ecologyWelcome to the Center for Demography and ecology (CDE) at the University of WisconsinMadison. CDE is a multi-disciplinary faculty research cooperative for

    95. Diamondback Terrapins
    Husbandry and ecology of this wonderful turtle.
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    96. Ron Shimek's Web Site
    Provides articles on the marine aquarium hobby written by a Professor of ecology at Montana State University.
    I hope you find something interesting or useful here. By using the links above: You may find information on two molluscan groups I find particularly interesting, the Scaphopods, or tusk shells, and the Turrid Gastropods, particularly the cold-water venomous snails from the Northeastern Pacific in the genera, Oenopota Ophiodermella and Kurtziella You may also find some useful information on the husbandry of Coral Reef Aquarium animals. There is also information and some illustrations of one of my summer time passions, the Native Orchids of Montana. I have now added links to most of my online publications. Those that are missing were published in Aquarium Frontiers after February, 2000. Unfortunately, that site hasn't been updated to provide consistent access to these articles. As this condition has existed for well over a year, I doubt there will be any improvement any time soon. Finally, if you are so inclined, you may also find information about me, as well as the location of one of the more obscure towns in Montana by clicking on the "Biography" button above. Most of the illustrations in this site are thumbnails, just click on them for a larger view.

    97. Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society
    The PNHS is a nonprofit organization registered with the State of Washington. PNHS is dedicated to the education of its members and the public, as well as the conservation, ecology, captive care, and breeding of reptiles and amphibians.
    Who we are...
    The Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society (PNHS) is a non-profit organization registered with the State of Washington. PNHS is dedicated to the education of its members and the public, as well as the conservation, ecology, and captive care and breeding of reptiles and amphibians. The Society also takes an active role in legislative and environmental issues affecting these animals and their habitats.
    Don't miss out on the Pacific Science Center show this weekend!! For more information, visit the Pacific Science Center website:
    18th Annual Reptiles Around the World
    Our next meeting will be on October 16th!. Board meeting at 4:00pm
    Newsletter committee meeting at 5:15pm Doors open at 5:30
    General meeting begins at
    This months meeting has been bumped up by one week because of the coming Pacific Science Center show on the following weekend. Are you a PNHS member? Did you remember the PSC show is upon us? Have you volunteered to help out Get involved! We meet at Foster High School in Tukwila. Meetings will remain on the 3rd Sunday of each month (barring rescheduling for holidays and shows) and the meeting times will not change. We will meet in the Library of Foster High School. Foster High School is located at

    98. GROW BIOINTENSIVE Gardening, Biointensive Mini-farming, Ecology Action, Conservi
    Biointensive gardening, biointensive minifarming, ecology Action, How to Grow More Vegetables, John Jeavons, soil, resource conservation,
    Latin American -
    in COSTA RICA Rescheduled more info

    A Sustainable Solution to Growing Food About Ecology Action Soil International Outreach ...
    Afghanistan Initiative

    Timeline, Project Goals, How You Can Help Bountiful Gardens Online Catalog
    All untreated, open-pollinated seeds
    E-mail for information

    Conference Summary

    Detailed coverage of the March, 2000
    Soil, Food and People Conference at UC Davis Common Ground
    Organic Garden Supply and Education Center
    in Costa Rica - September 26-28, 2005
    Costa Rica - del 26 septiembre al 28 septiembre 2005 This site contains in-depth information about: GROW BIOINTENSIVE Food-Raising Method GROW BIOINTENSIVE Home Gardening GROW BIOINTENSIVE mini-farming, Ecology Action Research Garden, double-dug raised beds, mini-farming workshops and tours GROW BIOINTENSIVE teacher training, sustainable vegetable gardening, How to Grow More Vegetables... , worldwide soil loss and soil conservation, and much more. "Teaching people worldwide to better feed themselves

    99. Salix Amygdaloides
    Includes distribution and occurrence, botanical and ecological characteristics, value and use, and fire ecology.
    Index of Species Information
    SPECIES: Salix amygdaloides Choose from the following categories of information: Return to FEIS Home Page

    100. Aquatic Ecology Page
    Guide to aquatic life and ecology resources on the Internet, with sections on algae, plants, animals and aquatic ecosystems.

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