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  1. Biophysical Ecology by David M. Gates, 2003-07-29
  2. The Philosophy of Ecology: From Science to Synthesis
  3. Ecology, Genetics and Evolution of Metapopulations
  4. Deleuze/Guattari & Ecology
  5. Freshwater Ecology, Second Edition: Concepts and Environmental Applications of Limnology (Aquatic Ecology) by Walter K. Dodds, Matt R Whiles, 2010-10-07
  6. Deep Ecology and World Religions: New Essays on Sacred Ground (S U N Y Series in Radical Social and Political Theory)
  7. Ecology of a Changing Planet (3rd Edition) by Mark B. Bush, 2002-03-21
  8. The Ecology and Semiotics of Language Learning: A Sociocultural Perspective (Educational Linguistics) (Volume 0) by Leo van Lier, 2004-06-29
  9. The Culture of Extinction: Toward a Philosophy of Deep Ecology by Frederic L. Bender, 2003-09
  10. Ecologies of Grace: Environmental Ethics and Christian Theology by Willis J. Jenkins, 2008-02-04
  11. Inescapable Ecologies: A History of Environment, Disease, and Knowledge by Linda Nash, 2007-01-05
  12. Wildlife Ecology, Conservation and Management by Anthony R. E. Sinclair, John M. Fryxell, et all 2006-01-18
  13. Sacred Ecology: Second Edition by Fikret Berkes, 2008-02-29
  14. Life in the Cold: An Introduction to Winter Ecology by Peter J. Marchand, 1996-12-15

121. SREL Visitor's Page
Information for visitors and tourists
The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, a research unit of The University of Georgia, is located on a U.S. Department of Energy site in Aiken, SC. The Savannah River Site requires that visitors have a security clearance and be issued a security badge in advance. If you have questions before you visit, please view the visitor's information at the links available on this page. First-time visitor to SREL? Security badge requirements Where to stay in Aiken Maps of the Aiken/Augusta area Driving to SREL? Flying to the Aiken/Augusta area? What's the weather like? SREL Home Page Contact Us SREL home research education outreach ... search

Subscription to the journal Microbial ecology is one of the benefits of joining the ISME. In addition to receiving eight paper issues of Microbial ecology,
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123. Aleksiuk, Michael
Ph.D., Zoology. The site outlines interests, education, research experience, and publications on the subject of adaptation to environmental change (ecology).
Return to Homepage MICHAEL ALEKSIUK, PhD Curriculum Vitae PRIMARY INTEREST
  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Ecological Integrity and Human Health
  • English Composition Syntax
  • B.Sc., First Class Honours, University of Alberta Ph.D., University of British Columbia
  • Metabolic Adaptation to Climatic Extremes (Canadian Arctic and Southern USA)
  • NSERC Scholarships for Graduate Studies at UBC NRC Scholarship for Harvard Medical School National Award for CBC-TV documentary script
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Offered position of Research Associate at Harvard Medical School (I declined this offer to accept the position directly below). Assistant and Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Manitoba ; granted tenure in 1972; research focused on adaptation to environmental extremes (see publication list below); medical physiology was the main course I taught. Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Genetics, Research School of Biological Sciences

124. FCE Home Page
Works to increase the ability of individuals and families to function effectively within and across changing environments, enabling them to influence those environments in ways that enhance the people's quality of life. FCE offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Updated August 27, 2005

125. The Ecology WWW Page
ecology and the World Wide Web. Commentary. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of The ecology and Environment Page (part of The Need to Know Library )
Ecology WWW page
Last updated: 25 August 2005
Mirror Sites:
Edmonton, Canada
Lyon, France Home - Cambridge, USA
About This Page: Jean Thioulouse (University of Lyon, France) created and maintained the HTML and search script from 1995-1998, and maintains a mirror site in France Shunguo Liu created the current search engine and maintains a mirror site in Canada
Please send corrections and additions to Anthony R. Brach: brach (at)
Solomon, J.C. (ed.) 1995. Herbarium News 15(4):30-34.
Brach, A.R. 1995. Ecology and the World Wide Web. Commentary. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
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  • 126. Marine Ecology Home Page
    Publishes original contributions in all aspects of the ecology of marine organisms and ecosystems, both pelagic and benthic. Particularly invites articles based on insitu research using underwater observation and experimentation. Published by Blackwell Science Ltd.

    127. Behavioural Ecology Research Group
    Research group studying animal learning, memory, and decisionmaking, using experimental psychology and evolutionary biology as tools. Department of Zoology, University of Oxford.

    128. Marbled Murrelet Recovery Team - Home
    Established in 1993 to plan the longterm conservation of these small seabirds that live along the northern Pacific Coast of North America. Provides examples of some of the types of research and monitoring that are currently being conducted. Biology, status, nesting sites, ecology and demography, population, map, photos and team members.
    Home HOME Marbled Murrelets ( Brachyramphus marmoratus ) are small seabirds that live along the northern Pacific Coast of North America. They are listed as Threatened by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) and are on the provincial Red-list in British Columbia. The species is also listed as Threatened in Washington, Oregon and California. Marbled Murrelets are secretive birds with a unique life history and it is only recently that scientists have begun to learn about the details of Marbled Murrelet biology. In response to their Threatened listing, a Marbled Murrelet Recovery Team was established in 1993 to plan the long-term conservation of Marbled Murrelets. The Recovery Team includes representatives of federal and provincial government agencies, industry and non-governmental organizations. Research conducted by members of the recovery team and their colleagues has increased our knowledge of Marbled Murrelet biology. Nest sites have been located and information about Marbled Murrelet distributions and movements has been collected. This new knowledge is fundamental to revising the Recovery Plan for the Marbled Murrelet. This web site provides an introduction to Marbled Murrelet biology and management issues in B.C., and provides examples of some of the types of research and monitoring that are currently being conducted.

    129. CEH Windermere
    In the UK engaged in freshwater biological research for over 60 years.
    THIS WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDERGOING MAJOR CONSTRUCTION. PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW TO THE CEH MAIN WEBSITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. The Centre for Ecology and Hydrology is one of five Centres and Surveys funded by the Natural Environment Research Council

    130. Fire And Mountain Ecology (FAME) Lab
    Conducts ecological and sociological research in National Parks and other Protected Areas of the Pacific Northwest
    The Fire and Mountain Ecology Laboratory of the University of Washington College of Forest Resources conducts a variety of research projects and other scientific activities on climatic change, fire, and forest ecology in mountain ecosystems of western North America. Faculty members Dave Peterson and Don McKenzie, who are employees of the Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station , direct research on fuels and fire science with direct applications to resource management on public lands. They also cooperate with the U.S. Geological Survey and the UW Climate Impacts Group on the effects of climatic variability and change on forest resources, as well as broad synthesis efforts on climatic change. Fire and Mountain Ecology Lab College of Forest Resources University of Washington Seattle WA

    131. Trends In Ecology & Evolution
    Every issue of Trends in ecology Evolution provides succinct summaries, Trends in ecology Evolution contains concise, lively and upto-date reviews


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    Most articles are commissioned, and all review and perspectives articles are peer-reviewed. The composition of the international Advisory Editorial Board reflects the journal's established reputation as essential reading for all those interested in the biology of organisms, populations, communities and ecosystems. Readers use the journal to keep up with the latest developments in both their own and related fields, and as a valuable resource for teaching.
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    Large scale ocean research programme involving an international community of scientists studying harmful algal blooms (HABs).
    REGISTER NOW: Open Science Meeting on HABs and Stratification SCIENCE PLAN A Joint SCOR-IOC Programme of International Co-operative Research on HABs in Marine and Brackish Waters GEOHAB Mission: Foster international co-operative research on HABs in ecosystem types sharing common features, comparing the key species involved and the oceanographic processes that influence their population dynamics. GEOHAB is a Plan for Co-ordinated Scientific Research and Co-operation to Develop International Capabilities for Assessment, Prediction and Mitigation The GEOHAB Strategy The approach of the GEOHAB Programme is comparative, from the cellular to the ecosystem level. GEOHAB fosters research that is interdisciplinary, focusing on the important interactions among biological, chemical, and physical processes. GEOHAB also fosters research that is multifaceted as the problems are complex and interactions and processes occur on a broad range of scales. Finally, GEOHAB research should be international in scope to encompass the global issues of HAB events.

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    The page you requested could not be found. This is because the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology web pages have been removed due to its merger with the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. For further information please visit the CEH web pages at: Please use the above link, and don't forget to change your bookmarks. Back to top of page CEH Home Science About CEH ... Site Map
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    134. International Society For Ecology And Culture
    International Society for ecology and Culture promoting locally based alternatives to the global consumer culture.
    ISEC's Groundbreaking Report, Ripe for Change: Rethinking California's Food Economy
    ISEC films
    now available on DVD!
    Promoting locally based alternatives
    to the global consumer culture The International Society for Ecology and Culture (ISEC) is a non-profit organisation concerned with the protection of both biological and cultural diversity. Our emphasis is on education for action : moving beyond single issues to look at the more fundamental influences that shape our lives. Our activities include:
    • Books, reports, conferences and films Local, national and international networking. Community initiatives. Campaigning.
    We have worked in more than a dozen countries, from the UK and the USA to Thailand and Bhutan. Our programme in Ladakh, or 'Little Tibet', where we have been running a wide range of 'hands on' projects since 1975, has won international acclaim for countering the negative effects of conventional development in that region. ISEC has now established an 'Ancient Futures Network' to bring together groups and individuals from every corner of the world that are struggling to maintain their cultural integrity in the face of economic globalisation.

    135. Environmental Information Resources
    Topical sections include US environmental resources (listed both by subject and by name), international environmental resources by country, environmental education programs and campus ecology initiatives, environmental career opportunities, environmental usenet news groups, and environmental listservs. From George Washington Univ.

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    The National Environmental Information Resources Center has been redesigned and renamed Environmental Information Resources. This site has been developed as a project of The GW Green University Initiative , a unique public-private partnership between The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and The George Washington University . Find out more about Environmental Information Resources
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    136. Ecology Action
    Information on recycling, composting, coastal cleanup and other programs aimed at reducing waste and conserving material resources.
    For Residents For Businesses For Schools Annual Coastal Cleanup ... Volunteer Opportunities Achieving community and environmental excellence
    through partnership and innovation. Welcome to our website! Please contact us directly if you have any questions about our programs, or sign up as a member now to receive our E-newsletter and Ecology Action event updates.
    Waste Reduction
    Waste reduction and recycling resources within Santa Cruz County.
    Annual Coastal Cleanup
    Energy Efficency
    Provides subsidized lighting upgrades and free professional assistance to businesses
    Pollution Prevention
    Resources and practices to help keep the environment pollution free.
    Transportation Solutions
    Bike to Work and the Santa Cruz County Electric Bike Program.

    137. Anthropology
    Anthropology professor at the University of Buffalo who studies social organization, ecology and ritual in Southeast Asia and Africa.
    Department of Anthropology UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
    Research Interests ... Other Activities
    Robert K. Dentan
    Ph.D., Yale University, 1965
    Office: MFAC, Room 376
    Research Interests
    Cultural anthropology, social organization, ecology, ritual; Southeast Asia, Africa
    Selected Publications
    (in press) Ethnocide Malaysian Style: Turning Aborigines into Malays. In Legislating Modernity, Christopher Duncan, ed. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (with Kirk Endicott). (in press) Review of Maarit Laitinen Marching to Zion: Creolisation in Spiritual Baptist Ritual and Cosmology. Research Series in Anthropology, University of Helsinki. Suomen Antropologi. 2003 Cautious, Alert, Polite and Elusive: The Semai of Central Peninsular Malaysia. In Kemp, Graham, and Douglas Fry, eds., Keeping the Peace: Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Societies around the World. Routledge, New York
    2003 Freedom and Responsibility among Semai. Paper presented to the Interdisciplinary Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh/Bradford (12 Nov.).

    138. American Ecology Corporation
    American ecology Corporation Our mission is to provide cost-effective environmental services to producers and handlers of hazardous, toxic, PCBs,
    American Ecology Welcome
    startMarquee('t1', 'left', 'scroll'); American Ecology Corporation delivers cost-effective environmental services to producers and handlers of hazardous, toxic, and radioactive wastes. For more than five decades subsidiary US Ecology has served industrial, medical, academic, and government customers from across the nation. We offer unmatched experience, comprehensive services and an excellent regulatory compliance record. Explore this site to learn more about our waste transportation, treatment and permanent disposal services.
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    139. Rice University Department Of Ecology And Evolutionary Biology
    General departmental information, faculty, seminars, and programs of study.

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