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         Ecology:     more books (100)
  1. The Ecology Of Freedom: The Emergence And Dissolution Of Hierarchy by Murray Bookchin, 2005-07
  2. Ecology by Robert E. Ricklefs, Gary Miller, 1999-08-05
  3. Forest Ecology, Third Edition by James P. Kimmins, 2003-08-05
  4. Microbial Ecology: Fundamentals and Applications (4th Edition) by Ronald M. Atlas, Richard Bartha, 1997-12-21
  5. Practical Ecology for Planners, Developers, and Citizens by Dan L. Perlman, Jeffrey Milder, 2004-12-06
  6. Restoration Ecology: The New Frontier
  7. Ecology and Equity by Madhay Gadgil, Guha Ramachandra, et all 1997-05
  8. The Ecology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents by Cindy Lee Van Dover, 2000-03-06
  9. Fundamentals of Ecology by Eugene Odum, Richard Brewer, et all 2004-07-27
  10. The Message of Ecology by Charles J. Krebs, 1987-09
  11. Evolutionary Ecology (6th Edition) by Eric R. Pianka, 1999-12-16
  12. Media Ecologies: Materialist Energies in Art and Technoculture (Leonardo Books) by Matthew Fuller, 2007-04-30
  13. Daoism and Ecology: Ways within a Cosmic Landscape (Religions of the World and Ecology) by Roger T. Ames, E. N. Anderson, et all 2001-09-30
  14. Worldviews and Ecology: Religion, Philosophy, and the Environment (Ecology and Justice Series) by Mary Evelyn Tucker, 1994-11

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This is because the Institute of Terrestrial ecology web pages have been removed due to its merger with the Centre for ecology and Hydrology.
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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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102. Institute Of Ecology Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico
Research in the Sonoran Desert, Sonora, Mexico, with a major emphasis on the functional and evolutionary ecology of drylands and desert plants.

Mexico City
. It carries research on Evolutionary Ecology, Functional Ecology, and Applied Ecology. The second, subject of this page, is located in northwestern Mexico, in Hermosillo, Sonora. It has a major emphasis on the Functional and Evolutionary Ecology of Drylands and Desert Plants. The recently created Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas , located in the city of Morelia, in the state of Michoacán, is a closely related offshot from our institution.
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103. Home Page Of The Research Foundation
S HIVANET. Research Foundation, RESEARCH FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ecology (RFSTE). RFSTE was founded in Dehra Dun, Uttar

RFSTE was founded in Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh (INDIA) in 1982 by Dr. Vandana Shiva. It works on biodiversity conservation and protecting people's rights from threats to their livelihoods and environment by centralised systems of monoculture in forestry, agriculture and fisheries. What is new in Navdanya / RFSTE Navdanya's Nature Bazaar - 16th - 30th November at Dilli Haat Peoples Struggle against Coca Cola RFSTE / Navdanya / DWD events at WSF 2004 (Mumbai) Peoples World Water Forum 12 - 14 Jan New Delhi Global Water Warrior Gathering 10th Jan Plachimada, Palakkad, Kerala Water March (Jal Yatra) to Tehri / Ganges and Narmada after the WSF. Living Demo cracy Convention (Jaiv Panchayat Adhiveshan) on 17 th th November 2003 at Indian Social Institute, 10 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

104. Urban Ecology Australia
Urban ecology Australia is a nonprofit organisation working to promote and create EcoCities - ecologically integrated human settlements.
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Urban Ecology Australia
Urban Ecology Australia is a non-profit organisation working to promote and create ecologically integrated human 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. With the ecological crisis now upon us, we are running out of time. Urban Ecology Australia is committed to the creation of ecological settlements before it's too late to make a difference. We can make ecocities here and now - in existing cities and new ones. Townhouse at Christie Walk
Christie Walk
Christie Walk is a medium density housing development located in downtown Adelaide which combines many ecologically sustainable and community enhancing features. Christie Walk was initiated by UEA as a demonstration project, to promote ecological human settlements by example. You can see it for yourself by coming on a Christie Walk Site Tour

105. 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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gy Action Centre Learning Grounds:
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
at the new plan for
George Bisset Elementary Executive Summary Project Objectives
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106. Ecology And Environmental Sciences Home Page
Describes the B.S. in ecology and Environmental Sciences, a sciencebased, interdisciplinary program for students who wish to pursue professional careers in environmental protection, conservation, management, ecology, planning, research, or advocacy.
Ecology and Environmental Sciences Home Welcome Explore! Curriculum ... Related Programs What are you interested in? -Ecology
-Environmental Sciences
-Resource and Environmental Policy
-Natural History
-Wetland and Aquatic Ecology
-Soil and Water Sciences
-Land Use Planning
-Waste Management
If you are interested in any of these, the Ecology and Environmental Sciences degree is the place for you. The B.S. in Ecology and Environmental Sciences is a science-based, interdisciplinary program for students interested in all aspects of ecology, conservation, and environmental protection. Ecology and Environmental Sciences is the University of Maine's oldest and most successful interdisciplinary program. Students majoring in the program are taught and advised by faculty from five academic units, including: Since faculty have active research programs, students not only have access to the most up-to-date information, but also get employment opportunities in their fields of study during the academic year and the summer months. The program is designed for students who wish to pursue professional careers in environmental protection, natural resource conservation, management, ecology, planning, research, or environmental advocacy. The degree can also be used in preparation for postgraduate study.
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107. Forum On Religion And Ecology
Forum on Religion and ecology. The Forum on Religion and ecology is the largest international multireligious project of its kind.
Forum on Religion and Ecology Revisioning Human-Earth Relations
The Forum on Religion and Ecology is the largest international multireligious project of its kind. With its conferences, publications, and website it is engaged in exploring religious worldviews, texts, and ethics in order to broaden understanding of the complex nature of current environmental concerns. The Forum recognizes that religions need to be in dialogue with other disciplines (e.g., science, ethics, economics, education, public policy, gender) in seeking comprehensive solutions to both global and local environmental problems. Forum Coordinators:
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, Bucknell University
Forum Website Project Director/Research Associate:
Anne Custer, Harvard University

108. 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

109. College Of Human Ecology
HE News. Dr. Lisa StaianoCoico named next dean of Human ecology Get story Single motherhood not a risk factor for 12- and 13-year-olds, study finds Get story.
HE Departments DEA DNS HD PAM TXA SNAPSHOT: Design and Environmental Analysis (DEA) Professor Sheila Danko reviews student design projects. SLIDE SHOW HE News Dr. Lisa Staiano-Coico named next dean of Human Ecology
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Single motherhood not a risk factor for 12- and 13-year-olds, study finds
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Academic Programs Students major in the programs listed below. Each program is offered by the department indicated. Links go to points on our Academic Programs page. DEA DEA Human Factors/Ergonomics DEA Interior Design HD Human Development DNS DNS Nutritional Sciences PAM PAM Sloan Program TXA Apparel Design TXA TXA Fiber Science INT "INT" indicates that the program is an intercollege offering. Pages Arranged for...
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110. School Of Human Ecology
Information on degree programs in consumer science and textile design.
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The School of Human Ecology is a small school within a great University. Our programs of research, education, creative endeavor, and outreach are dynamic and vital.
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Related Links: Southern Wisconsin Child Welfare Training Project The Arts Institute The History of the School of Human Ecology UW Institute on Aging ... Centennial Web Page

111. International Society For Ecology And Culture
International Society for ecology and Culture promoting locally based alternatives to the global consumer culture.
New! ISEC Releases Groundbreaking Report, Ripe for Change: Rethinking California's Food Economy
ISEC'S Local Food Toolkit Wins Award from Guild of Food Writers!!!
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.

Large scale ocean research programme involving an international community of scientists studying harmful algal blooms (HABs).
IOC HAB Programme Introduction 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.
  • 113. 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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    Work experience in grassland ecology, ornithology, botany, and ungulate telemetry.
    Pictures and Links Meghan Faye Dinkins Resume
    Current Phone Number: (402) 890-8140
    Teaching Assistant or Research Assistant, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, School of Biological Sciences , Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
    I have taught ecology, general biology, and botany laboratories. Taught students (including dissections, lab techniques, basic biology principles), corrected papers, led field trips (grassland ecosystems, stream ecosystems)and wrote quizzes. My project is on Canada Thistle insect biocontrol effectiveness in western Nebraska.
    Nov.-Dec. 2001    
    Field Assistant, Zoological Institute, University of Ber n , Wengen, Berner Oberland, Switzerland
    Tracked radio collared chamois with large zero-peak antennas mounted on fixed towers. Learned about chamois biology. Ran a palmtop computer.
    April-Oct. 2001    
    Project Biologist, EDM Internationa l-Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, Coleharbor, North Dakota USA
    Conducted the field operations of an avian power line collision study. Collected, identified, photographed, and necropsied avian specimens (including a federally threatened species) for power line collision injuries. Supervised and trained an assistant; dealt with television, radio, and newspaper interest in this project. Collaborated with local and national electrical power concerns and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Jan.-March 2001   

    115. Savannah River Ecology Lab Herpetology Program
    the Savannah River ecology Laboratory Herpetology Program. Reptiles.

    Herp site
    the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
    Herpetology Program Reptiles Snakes Turtles
    Alligators Amphibians Frogs

    SREL Herpetology Lab Introduction Staff
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    116. 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

    117. 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.

    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
    About the Society Resources She Officers ... Letter from outgoing President, Jonathan Taylor 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. 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.

    120. The Media Ecology Association
    The Media ecology Association (MEA) is a notfor-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study, research, criticism, and application of media ecology in


    What is Media Ecology?

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    The Media Ecology Association
    What is media ecology? Learn More MEA Events Fifth Annual Convention of the MEA Media Environments and the Liberal Arts Rochester, New York
    Sponsored by the Department of Communication and the William A. Kern Professor in Communications, College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute of Technology Fourth Annual Convention of the MEA Remapping Communication Environments At the convention we announced the winners of our MEA Awards for 2003 for excellence in scholarship, practice, and teaching. Please also see the list of recipients under the heading MEDIA ECOLOGY. MEA at the 90th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association Moving Forward/Looking Back Chicago, Illinois
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    Joining MEA Membership in the Media Ecology Association Membership dues include annual subscription to our print journal, published twice a year.

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