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At face value, the developers' own selective understandings of ecological science research appear to be wholly political in nature.
In March 1958, Sears asked the ESA establish a committee of the social applications of ecological science (Billings and others 1958).
environmental laws pay lip service to ecological science, (23) they do
By the 1980s, ecological science had taken over from natural theology the role of legitimating the values of the environmental movement.
paradigm in which ecological science is but one tool in the conversation
Such calls are based on a poor understanding of environmental conditions and demonstrate little grasp of the current state of ecological science.
There are also many political "moderates" - journalists, scholars, technologists, scientists, artists, and business people, all far less famous than Summers - whose intellectual appreciation for self-organizing systems has come from outside economics: from complexity theory, from the decentralized evolution of the Internet, from the process of scientific discovery, from ecological science, from cross-cultural exchange, from organization theory.
The Museum of Geology and Ecological Science, based at Birmingham University, has seen record numbers of visitors since the BBC's spectacular Walking With Dinosaurs series began two weeks ago.
And the implications of ecological science for medicine need to be elaborated.
Midcontinent Ecological Science Center in Fort Collins, Colorado.
We are counselled to search for objective truth and to envisage an ecological science consistent with modern cosmology, evolutionary biology, and ten thousand years of the development of conscience.
At its best, the approach involves the creative interaction of many previously semi-independent disciplines, for instance structural and services engineering, materials and ecological science to make architectures that offer a much wider variety of experience and human freedom than has ever been available before - and a flexibility of building that can cope with all the changes that contemporary society and technology create.
Since governments are practically the only institutions that can extensively monitor the global environment and deploy satellites, Botkin feels it is urgent that they catch up with ecological science.
one of the nation's leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, is pleased to announce that Robert (Robin) Senner, Ph.
a leading civil, geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, announced that its two-year company leadership transition has culminated with the election of Raymond D.
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