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  1. The Ecology of Plants, Second Edition by Jessica Gurevitch, Samuel M. Scheiner, et all 2006-04-01
  2. Mosquito Empires: Ecology and War in the Greater Caribbean, 1620-1914 (New Approaches to the Americas) by J. R. McNeill, 2010-01-11
  3. Ecology of Coastal Waters: With Implications For Management by Kenneth H. Mann, 2000-05-25
  4. Queer Ecologies: Sex, Nature, Politics, Desire by Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands, Bruce Erickson, 2010-06-23
  5. Evolutionary Ecology: Concepts and Case Studies
  6. Amphibian Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques (Techniques in Ecology and Conservation)
  7. Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering by T. E. Graedel, Braden R. Allenby, 2009-10-03
  8. Worldviews and Ecology: Religion, Philosophy, and the Environment (Ecology and Justice Series) by Mary Evelyn Tucker, 1994-10-17
  9. Archaeology as Human Ecology: Method and Theory for a Contextual Approach by Karl W. Butzer, 1982-05-31
  10. Data Analysis in Community and Landscape Ecology by R. H. G. Jongman, C. J. F. Ter Braak, et all 1995-04-28
  11. Stable Isotopes in Ecology and Environmental Science (Ecological Methods and Concepts)
  12. Behavioural Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach
  13. Ecology by Michael L. Cain, William D. Bowman, et all 2008-03-21
  14. Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology (4th Edition) by Michael E. Zimmerman, J. Baird Callicott, et all 2004-06-14

101. Journal Of Industrial Ecology
MIT Press website for international quarterly journal addressing material and energy flows; dematerialization and decarbonization; lifecycle planning, design and assessment; extended producer responsibility ( product stewardship ); eco-industrial parks; product-oriented environmental policy; and eco-efficiency.

102. Water Purifiers And Micro Water Filters: Seagull IV, Nature Pure, First Need - G
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Special Event- "Iron Chef" Chen Kenichi makes first visit to Philadelphia - Join us for a fabulous night hosted by General Ecology, Inc. at Susanna Foo Chinese Cuisine

103. CABI Bioscience
The Conservation ecology Programme concerns itself with the quantification, conservation and management of biodiversity, particularly in relation to insects and associated ecological communities.
Home About Us Subject Index Global Plant Clinic ... Contact Us THE SCIENCE THE SEARCH THE SOLUTION Welcome to CABI Bioscience ... a leading not-for-profit enterprise specialising in sustainable solutions for agricultural and environmental problems More hospital bugs Celebrating 75 years of plant pathology New Netherlands office Devastating desert pest returns ... Other CABI Sites

104. International Society Of Industrial Ecology
The International Society for Industry ecology promotes industrial ecology as a The mission of the ISIE is to promote the use of industrial ecology in
The International Society for Industry Ecology promotes industrial ecology as a way of finding innovative solutions to complicated environmental problems, and facilitates communication among scientists, engineers, policymakers, managers and advocates who are interested in how environmental concerns and economic activities can be better integrated. The mission of the ISIE is to promote the use of industrial ecology in research, education, policy, community development, and industrial practices.

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Upcoming Conferences in Industrial Ecology: International Symposium on Corporate Sustainability Management 24-25 November 2005 Bangkok, Thailand

105. :: Clearinghouse For Ecology Software
A clearinghouse for wildlife ecology related software, for applications such as habitat analysis, diversity indices, simulations, general population
INHS Home Contact Us Site Use Acknowledgement ... Other Sites Find the software you need By Subject Density Estimation Bioacoustics Educational Home Range ... Software from texts By Operating System Windows Mcintosh Program Language Code Radio Telemetry ... Populations This site continues to develop as a clearinghouse for wildlife ecology related software. All software has been virus scanned. Contents of this site are listed in the subject index. The majority of this software is PC based (DOS and Microsoft Windows programs) and often requires pkunzip to extract. We have found several Mac software packages; a very few Mac users may require 'UnStuffit' or 'BinHex' to get at them. Some programming language code is available including programs accompanying textbooks. Most code was written for PC based platforms, but some may be compiled on other platforms.

106. Salvemos Al Rio Laja
Nonprofit organization for restoration of the endangered Rio Laja watershed, a river region originating in the Santa Rosa Mountains of Guanajuato. Includes impact on ecology and economy as well as restoration projects.

107. HUMAN ECOLOGY An Interdisciplinary Journal Provides A Forum For
Human ecology is published by Springer Science and Business Media, Human ecology is a peer reviewed journal of approximately 810 pages per year.
HUMAN ECOLOGY : An Interdisciplinary Journal provides a forum for papers concerned with the complex and varied systems of interaction between people and their environment. Research papers from such diverse fields as anthropology, geography, psychology, biology, sociology, and urban planning are welcomed. A Book Review section also appears in the journal. All submissions are peer reviewed. Human Ecology is published by Springer Science and Business Media, 233 Spring Street, New York, New York 10013.
Contact us:
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Department of Anthropology
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
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Daniel G. Bates Department of Anthropology Hunter College of The City University of New York 695Park Avenue New York, NY 10021 U.S.A. email Editorial Board Arun Agrawal , School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Fredrik Barth , Department of Anthropology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Michael Bollig , Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany Peter Brosius , Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

108. New College Of California - North Bay Campus Home Page
s of philosophy, program structure, and faculty qualifications, and other news and information.......Offers a BA completion program and master's programs.
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The North Bay Library has a wish list for you to purchase books as a donation to the library. Donate a Book to New College Now!
New College of California is an accredited institution of higher learning whose mission is to integrate education with personal transformation and social change to create a more Just, Sacred, and Sustainable World.
A Just world in the sense that liberation in past and current times has meant the establishment and expansion of rights to an unalienated and fulfilling life; sacred not in any specific religious sense, but referring to the fact that beyond rights there exists a connection amongst all things animate and inanimate which should not be profaned by the pursuit of individual gain; and finally, sustainable in that a just and sacred world should be made available to all across the dimensions of time and space.
Our academic programs and curriculum have been developed to create the pathways for our students to walk toward this better world. We teach of the need to heal from the traumas of living in a much less than just, sacred and sustainable world; to resist the further destruction of people and the planet; to create alternatives which inspire us to live differently in the world; to change consciousness from a reductionist, objectifying paradigm to one more holistic and systemic; and finally of the need to overcome the destructive fallacy of the isolated, autonomous individual and embrace the concept of the communal and ecological self

109. SpringerLink - Publication
Springer LINK Behavioral ecology and SociobiologyTables of contents and article abstracts from this SpringerVerlag journal. Complete article texts are available in PDF format to print subscribers.
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Publication Microbial Ecology Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC ISSN: 0095-3628 (Paper) 1432-184X (Online) Subject: Earth and Environmental Science Issues in bold contain content you are entitled to view. Online First Volume 49 Number 4 / May 2005 Number 3 / April 2005 Number 2 / February 2005 Number 1 / January 2005 ... Request a sample Volume 48 Number 4 / December 2004 Number 3 / November 2004 Number 2 / October 2004 Number 1 / September 2004 Volume 47 Number 4 / April 2004 Number 3 / April 2004 Number 2 / February 2004 Number 1 / January 2004 Volume 46 Number 4 / December 2003 Number 3 / November 2003 Number 2 / September 2003 Number 1 / July 2003 ... Request a sample Volume 45 Number 4 / June 2003 Number 3 / April 2003 Number 2 / February 2003 Number 1 / January 2003 Volume 44 Number 4 / December 2002 Number 3 / October 2002 Number 2 / September 2002 Number 1 / May 2002 Volume 43 Number 4 / June 2002 Number 3 / May 2002 Number 2 / February 2002 Number 1 / February 2002 Volume 42 Number 4 / December 2001 Number 3 / October 2001 Number 2 / March 2001 Volume 41 Number 3 / October 2001 Number 1 / January 2001 Volume 40 Number 3 / August 2000 Number 2 / May 2000 Number 1 / January 2000 Volume 39 Number 4 / May 2000 Number 3 / April 2000 Number 2 / February 2000 Number 1 / January 2000 Volume 38 Number 4 / November 1999 Number 3 / October 1999 Number 2 / August 1999 Number 1 / July 1999 Volume 37 Number 4 / May 1999 Number 3 / April 1999 Number 2 / February 1999 Number 1 / January 1999 Volume 36

110. Highland Eoclogy
Consultants offering a range of ecological and environmental work. Able to carry out surveys for invertebrates, lichens, birds, mammals, fungi, and bryophytes.
highland eoclogy

111. Laboratory Of Chemical Ecology
Large collection of published research papers from 1971 to date. PDF file formats.
Facultad de Ciencias - Casilla 653 Santiago
Phone +56 2 678 72 60 - Fax: +56 2 678 74 45

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112. Ecology Law Quarterly Home
Providing insights and analysis from leading authors on critical environmental affairs. Contains some issue abstracts.
Volume 31 Issue 4: ELQ is pleased to announce the publication of the last issue of Volume 31! This issue contains one article, two comments and a book review. The article is by John Seymour, an attorney with the United States Department of the Interior, and concerns harm to the environment resulting from hardrock mining. The comment by Erik Bluemel explores the content, legal forms, and implications of recognizing an international human right to water. Andrea Ruiz-Esquide's comment offers an assessment of UECA's strengths and weaknesses, from an environmental justice perspective. Finally, Jonathan Neumann reviews Wilderness and Political Ecology: Aboriginal Influences and the Original State of Nature More Yosemite Trip - Sept. 23-25 Race Judicata - Oct. 8
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113. Nova Scotia School Grounds Naturalization
An ecology Action Centre project to restore habitats and enhance the health of school children by naturalizing school grounds. Lists history, feedback, schools, sponsors, updates, pictures, objectives and executive summary.
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The Nova Scotia Model Schools Project
The Model Schools Project aims to restore habitats; to develop local communities; and to enhance the health of school children within the province of Nova Scotia by naturalizing school grounds through a collaborative and multi-sectoral approach. Browse through this site to find out more about the schools involved, the Natural History of the area, and our sponsors... or start by looking
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George Bisset Elementary Executive Summary Project Objectives
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ESA Science Issues in ecology English VersionClick here to View the Issues in ecology Editorial Board. Issues in ecology reports are available in two formats Adobe Acrobat and text only versions.

115. Insect Behavior And Chemical Ecology Lab
Research interests of Ring T. Card©'s laboratory at the University of California, Riverside, including evolution of insect mating signals, mating disruption, insect orientation to chemical signals, and computer simulations.
U N I V E R S I T Y O F C A L I F O R N I A , R I V E R S I D E insect behavior and chemical ecology lab home research publications contacts ... links
Insects employ a variety of airborne chemical cues to find and identify resources. Our research is aimed at understanding the theoretical basis of these odor-mediated behaviors, and includes studies of: chemistry of the odors, odor dispersal by wind, orientation maneuvers of flying insects along odor plumes, electrophysiology coupled with plume characteristics at the insect/plume interface, heritability of pheromone blend variability, and modeling odor-tracking behaviors of insects. More information about each of these research areas is available using the "research" links. for questions or problems regarding this website, please contact the webmaster

116. The Media Ecology Association
The Media ecology Association (MEA) is a notfor-profit organization dedicated to Membership in the Media ecology Association is open to anyone—faculty,


What is Media Ecology?

About MEA

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What is media ecology? Learn More MEA Events Preliminary Call for Papers
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Prologues to Exploration
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The Health of the Discipline
Boston More details at Joining MEA Membership in the Media Ecology Association Membership dues include annual subscription to our print journal, published quarterly In Medias Res MEA members receive In Medias Res, our newsletter, twice a year. Keep up with the latest MEA activities and keep us up-to-date about you. Send personal news, information of interest to media ecologists, ideas for short articles, and especially ideas for book reviews, to the newsletter editor: Paul A. Soukup, SJ Department of Communication Santa Clara University Santa Clara, CA 95053 MEA Mailing List our electronic mailing list provides a space for reasoned, informed, and civil discussion about communication, media, and culture among persons interested in themes and subjects relevant to the field of media ecology. Subscribers use this list to share views, exchange information, and learn about events, activities, and news related to media ecology. Now hosted at, the MEA list uses state-of-the-art software to eliminate spam and viruses, offering subscribers a convenient Web-based interface for access to archives of past messages as well as for managing individual subscription settings, such as the option of temporarily suspending message delivery or receiving messages batched in daily digests.

117. School Of Human Ecology - Home
Information on degree programs in consumer science and textile design.
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The School of Human Ecology, a small school within a great University, has dynamic and vital programs of research, education, creative endeavor, and outreach. For more information please take a moment to visit the pages listed below:
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118. The Society For Human Ecology
The Society for Human ecology (SHE)is an international interdisciplinary professional society that promotes the use of an ecological perspective in both

20th Anniversary Conference, October 2005
Preliminary Program Information for Presenters and Attendees Conference Registration Form ...
Official Journal of SHE

The Society for Human Ecology (SHE) is an international interdisciplinary professional society that promotes the use of an ecological perspective in both research and application.
SHE' s goals are to:
  • Provide a forum through which scientists, scholars, educators, and practitioners may exchange ideas and information. Promote the advancement of an ecological perspective in interdisciplinary studies and practice. Identify problems, discover their origins, examine possible solutions and their implications, and then make recommendations for implementing those solutions. Look ahead to the consequences of human action on our social, natural, and built environments. Build cooperative arrangements among human ecology programs and organizations throughout the world. Facilitate the exchange of this information throughout an international network of individuals interested in human ecology.
The Society holds regular conferences, conducts workshops and symposia, and

119. Contents Of Homepage
Interdisciplinary journal of pure and applied ecology and environmental science, particularly in developing countries, published by India's National Institute of ecology. Tables of contents, recent abstracts, instructions to authors, and other information.
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120. Home Page Of The Research Foundation
TECHNOLOGY AND ecology (RFSTE). RFSTE was founded in Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh (INDIA) in 1982 by Research Foundation for Science, Technology and ecology

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