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  1. The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz, 2006-06-15
  2. The Ecology of Commerce Revised Edition: A Declaration of Sustainability (Collins Business Essentials) by Paul Hawken, 2010-03-25
  3. Ecology: Concepts and Applications by Manuel Molles, 2009-01-27
  4. The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz, 2002-04
  5. A Primer of Ecology, Fourth Edition by Nicholas J. Gotelli, 2008-05-30
  6. Elements of Ecology (7th Edition) by Thomas M. Smith, Robert Leo Smith, 2008-09-25
  7. Ecology: A Pocket Guide, Revised and Expanded by Ernest Callenbach, 2008-09-03
  8. Steps to an Ecology of Mind: Collected Essays in Anthropology, Psychiatry, Evolution, and Epistemology by Gregory Bateson, 2000-03-10
  9. Ecology of a Cracker Childhood (The World As Home) by Janisse Ray, 2000-07-28
  10. Marine Mammal Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques (Techniques in Ecology and Conservation) by Ian L. Boyd, W. Don Bowen, et all 2010-10-24
  11. Three Ecologies (Continuum Impacts) by Felix Guattari, Gary Genosko, et all 2008-08-02
  12. Ecology of the Planted Aquarium: A Practical Manual and Scientific Treatise for the Home Aquarist, Second Edition by Diana L. Walstad, 2003-01
  13. Laws, Theories, and Patterns in Ecology by Walter Dodds, 2009-08-05
  14. The Ecology of Human Development: Experiments by Nature and Design by Urie Bronfenbrenner, 1981-09-15

161. Occidental Arts & Ecology Center HomePage
A nonprofit educational institute and intentional community serving as a gathering place for people seeking innovative, practical approaches to social,
For 2005 OAEC Course / Event Schedule, CLICK HERE

162. Ecology And Evolution
The areas of active research by the Open University ecology and Evolution Research Group.
RESEARCH GROUPS Ecology and Evolution
Ecology and Evolution is the largest research group within the Open University Department of Biological Sciences. Academic members include Professors Tim Halliday, Jonathan Silvertown and Caroline Pond. We have five main areas of research:
Behavioural Ecology

Comparative Anatomy

Ecohydrology and Nutrient Cycling

Molecular Ecology
Population Dynamics
Field of Ranunculus Damselfly Reindeer in Lapland
Behavioural Ecology
Research includes the study of avian mating systems, and this group also hosts the Declining Amphibians Population Task Force (DAPTF). Academic Staff Research Fellow Postgraduate Student Majorcan midwife toad TOP
Ecohydrology and Nutrient Cycling
This group is primarily interested in plant-water relationships, particularly in grasslands, and also conducts research on how changes in nitrogen affect ecosystems.

163. Ecology Action Of Texas
ecology Action in Austin, Texasrecycling paper aluminum glass plastic metal ecology Action Austin Texas Austin recycling centers waste packaging paper
Ecology Action
of Texas, Inc.
Ecology Action is Austin Ninth Street and IH-35 (on the southbound access road). Materials can be dropped off 24 hours a day. We accept: Paper and Cardboard Aluminum Cans and Foil Tin Cans Metal Plastic (#1 and #2) Glass Bottles and Jars Cardboard Toner Cartridges Cellular Telephones Computer Equipment
Want to Recycle More Than at Curbside?
As those who have been to our recycling center know, we recycle a lot of different materials here at Ecology Action. In addition to the materials you can recycle at the curbside through the City, we take a number of materials, and sizes and quantities of materials that the city does not. First of all, we take paper. And not just newspaper, any type of paper except waxed paper (such as paper orange juice cartons). This means phone books, heavy cardstock, and packing paper (please fold it if you can). And you can bring us as much as you can haul. Cardboard is another big one. Just bring it on down. We would like you to flatten the boxes: that saves us a LOT of work. We can recycle #1 and #2 plastic of any type, except for bags.

164. 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.

165. Home - Centre For Human Ecology
Centre for Human ecology is a Scotlandbased organisation carrying out action, research and education for personal development, ecological sustainability
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Introducing CHE... Centre for Human Ecology is a Scotland-based organisation carrying out action, research and education for personal development, ecological sustainability and social justice.
The Dream Job Report 21 Steps to enhance Black and Ethnic Minority opportunities in Scotland are set out in a CHE report for EMPOWER. The report will be launched on 23 September 2005 at the Stone of Destiny, Edinburgh Castle. Read more... New Director, New Fellows At our recent annual general meeting (26 Aug 05), Pauline Jewett was elected to the Board of Directors. Pauline is Countryside Manager with the National Trust for Scotland, we look forward to working with her.
WWF Supports CHE Research CHE has been awarded a research grant of £34,000 over two years by the prestigious Swiss based organisation, the Worldwide Fund for Nature. The grant will provide scholarships for a number of MSc students looking at whether or not community development has a spiritual basis.

166. Conservación De La Biodiversidad En La Reserva De La Biosfera Sierra Gorda
A nonprofit group concerned about the ecology and people of the Sierra Gorda region in Queretaro. Includes ecotours, environmental education, community improvement, and protection and regeneration of forests. English/Spanish

167. Dept. System Ecology
Department of Systems ecology, Marine ecosystem modelling and benthic and pelagic ecology.
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Research and teaching in the Department of Systems Ecology at Stockholm University focuses on the study of ecosystems and on sustainable use of natural resources
We study both basic and applied ecological problems, with an emphasis on coastal and marine ecosystems and coupled social-ecological systems.
We have a long tradition of research on the Baltic Sea and its drainage basin. The Department has been involved in the development of the interdisciplinary field of ecological economics, and we perform research in many developing countries, mostly in the tropics. We view humanity as an integral part of ecosystems, and apply a systems perspective in our analyses of how ecosystems are used and abused by humans and on the interplay between societal development and the life-supporting environment.
The Department provides a stimulating research environment and there is close collaboration with the Centre for Transdisciplinary Environmental Research (CTM), the

168. Home Page - Sefton Coast Partnership
Local conservancy group in Sefton, England. Information on ecology, biology, coastal management, sand dunes, and other aspects of conservation of the English coast.
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    Last Updated 19 July 2005
  • To find out what Sefton is doing for Sea Britain Click here.
  • Coastlines Summer 2005 out now - click here -
  • BBC COAST programme to include Formby Footprints.
  • Antony Gormley's beach sculptures
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    Introduction to the Sefton Coast : includes basic information including location, contact, publications, links and coastal projects. Click the logo to return to this section Sefton Coast Partnership : presents detailed information on the development and structure, and lists contact details and minutes of the partnership. Shoreline Management : deals with the physical processes and their relationship to coastal defence policy and management. Nature and Wildlife : provides details of nature conservation designations, coastal species and management techniques. Coastal Heritage : investigates the human culture and its relationship to the Sefton Coast over the years. Visiting the Coast : provides information on sites, maps, events, walks and useful links for a visit to the coast. Students and Teachers : aims to provide both students and teachers with information on planning and visiting sites on the Sefton Coast.
  • 169. Religion And Ecology
    Brief introduction to ecotheology and short descriptions of the relationship between individual religions and the environment.
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    About Me Introduction to Eco-Wholism Christianity and Ecology ... Contact Me Welcome.
    This site is intended to explore the relationship between religion and the environment, between creator and creation. This area of religious study is perhaps esoteric in nature, but is applicable to all people, even for those who are not religious. It's scope is primarily academic, and not devotional, and is intended to serve as an introduction to the study of religion and its environmental implications.
    Humans have undeniably and boldly placed themselves and all other life in ecological crisis. We have not only failed to preserve the diversity of species that inhabit the earth, but we have failed to recognize the value of diversity that is implied in biology as being inherently valuable within our own species. We have created ghettos with our "isms" and placed a value of intolerance among relgions, genders, races, economic and social classes, and sexual orientation.
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    170. Deakin University
    Bachelor, Graduate and PhD programs in ecology, Environment and their Management. Offers student profiles, international applications, downloads of handbooks and courses, off shore programs, distance learning.
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    171. Cheesemans' Ecology Safaris: Welcome! Wildlife, Birding, And Photography Nature
    Indepth wildlife, birding and photography nature tours to the world s pristine natural habitats. Our natural history ecotours and photographic safaris
    Welcome to Cheesemans' Ecology Safaris We are a high quality wildlife tour company for small groups. We offer tours to our favorite places in the world, places unique for their abundant and photogenic mammals and birdlife. All our trips have knowledgeable, enthusiastic leadership, custom high quality itineraries, and more time in the field. Our safaris are for nonsmokers who love nature. HELP US PROTECT THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS Please choose a destination on the map or from the menu below:
    Choose a destination AFRICA Africa (all trips) ALASKA Alaska May 2006 Alaska June 2006 ANTARCTICA Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands 2005-6 Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands 2006-7 Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falklands 2007-8 BAJA CALIFORNIA Baja whalewatching aboard the Don Jose 2006 Galapagos June 2006 (S/Y Diamante) Galapagos June 2006 (S/Y Sagitta) Galapagos May 2007 Manu and Machu Picchu, 2006 Silver Bank Snorkeling with Humpback Whales 2006 Silver Bank Snorkeling with Humpback Whales 2007 Australia 2006 MONTEREY BAY DAY TRIPS Monterey Bay Whalewatching WEBSITE NAVIGATION List of all trips Information request form Contact us Signing up!

    172. EAC | Salt Marsh Restoration Project
    Sponsored by the ecology Action Centre, the restoration group defines salt marshes, their importance, damage to them, restoration considerations, references and reading lists and links.
    Salt Marsh Restoration Project
    Salt marsh at mid-tide. Noel Shore, Nova Scotia.
    Salt marshes are amongst the most biologically productive ecosystems in the world (similar to rainforests and tropical mangrove forests). Found in protected bays and estuaries, and along the shores of tidal rivers, salt marshes serve as a transition zone between the land and sea.
    Recognizable for their characteristic plants, cordgrass in the lower marsh and salt meadow hay in the high marsh, salt marshes have the appearance of a grassy meadow complete with creeks and ponds (pannes). The daily ebb and flood of the tide has a significant influence on the form and function of the salt marsh and is crucial to its health. Salt Marsh Home Why Are Salt Marshes Important?

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    173. Evolution Articles, Jobs And Information: Evolution &
    Evolution and ecology articles / information from the nature publishing group s wide ranging science resources. Nature genome gateway, nature jobs,
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    Information about and tables of contents from an international, interdisciplinary journal publishing research on descriptive and experimental analyses of speciestypical avian behavior, including the areas of ethology, behavioral ecology, comparative psychology, and behavioral neuroscience.
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    175. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
    Natural Resource ecology Laboratory, NREL, Colorado State University, CSU, interdisciplinary, ecology.
    Home About Research Facilities ... Site Map Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 80523-1499, USA
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    176. MedBioWorld:
    A large internet directory of environmental journals.

    177. Earth And Animal Facts~
    An educational web site about earth ecology, plant and animal life, and wildlife.
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    Resources for students on this site: Created by: Marian Williamson
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    Our World: The Earth Ecology: Plants and Animals The Fascinating World of Spiders Wild Cats: Cougars, Bobcats and Lynx Some of the books above sold by Scholastic Books About Us Marian's Memory Lane Photos Mail September 26, 2004 8:35:47 AM var code = " ";var page = "index.html"; document.write(code);

    178. Justin Meager
    Marine ecologist specialising in interactions between animals and their environment, and between predators and prey. Research background, publications, Ph.D abstract, curriculum vitae and links in marine ecology.
    Curriculum Vitae Research Interests Ph.D Summary Publications ... Travel Photos BAppSc (Hon), PhD (QUT) Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java(tm). Welcome to my home page. I am a marine ecologist with the Aquatic Behavioural Ecology Group, at the University of Bergen in Norway. This web site provides the details of my research interests, curriculum vitae, Ph.D research and some interesting links in marine ecology. I have also included some links for some other areas that are of particular interest to me, such as surfing, travel and music University of Bergen Research Curriculum Vitae Ph.D Summary ... Links To contact me:
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    179. Food Science And Human Nutrition - Michigan State University
    Jointly administered by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the College of Human ecology at Michigan State University, the Department offers undergraduate and graduate programs in such areas as dietetics, human nutrition, and food science.
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    Graduate Students Food Science Human Nutrition Dietetic Internship Personnel Directory Listing Alumni and Friends Annual Highlights Department Resources Search Facilities Handbooks Research Extension ... Important Links Dairy Store Dairy Store Web Page Program Contacts Email Us Department Contacts Website Contact Map ... Center Site Map Site Map Dr. Gale Strasburg, Professor and Acting Chairperson of the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. Welcome Statement I wish to welcome you to browse our departmental home page and explore our diverse programs. Our department has a strong heritage which embraces the diversity of our people and their professional disciplines to achieve the specific objectives of a world class Land Grant institution. Strong educational, research and outreach (extension) programs are established through the commitment of competent individuals serving in a focused fashion to address society's needs. My overarching vision for the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition is " to provide an environment in which individual faculty, staff and student contributions flourish in alignment with common goals.

    180. Continental Shelf Research
    concentrates on articles dealing with the results of original research in physical oceanography, chemistry, ecology, and sedimentology together with contributions on more applied aspects of continental shelf research. An Elsevier Science Journal.
    Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Continental Shelf Research Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Abstracting/indexing For Authors Guide for authors Online Submission Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Combined subscriptions Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal related information Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area Related publications About Elsevier ... Select your view CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    Including Nearshore and Coastal Oceanography
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    Description Continental Shelf Research publishes articles dealing with the physical oceanography, sedimentology, geology, chemistry, biology and ecology of the shallow marine environment, from coastal and estuarine water out to the shelf break. Papers that are published present results from both fundamental, original research as well as applied, or directed research.

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