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A FRENCH Canadian ecologist living in North Wales has won a scholarship to study shepherds in the French Alps.
Ecologists counter that a healthy forest system has historically been able to tolerate such incursions, and that the unprecedented failure of multiple species to regenerate is worth serious and immediate scrutiny.
EVEN AS FORESTS AROUND THE WORLD BURST INTO FLAMES, ECOLOGISTS ARE SETTING THEIR OWN FOREST FIRES.
1 -- 2 -- color) At far left, county vector ecologist Jacqueline Spoehel takes blood from a chicken, which vector ecologist Paul O'Connor, near left, test for presence of West Nile virus.
Each individual chapter offers articles and reflections by builders, landowners, ecologists, students and others from different walks of life.
One of the things that happens with these patients is their belief system gets more elaborate as they are treated by clinical ecologists," he says.
A team of Minnesota ecologists and economists set out to add up all the energy and environmental costs and benefits of the two food-based biofuels.
This was, in fact, the topic of an international conference last year in Panama attended by cocoa researchers, ecologists and representatives of the industry.
Granted, these 40 acres aren't a museum tableau of the forest that Henry Hudson found in the region in 1609, and they've been trampled and managed so much they probably no longer meet the spirit of old-growth, but they're a valuable research site for ecologists studying the disruptive effects urban civilization has on natural forests.
The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, ("TNRCC"), the state's leading environmental agency, Wednesday granted a permit to Texas Ecologists, Inc.
With the new images, ecologists can identify geographic areas where sensitive species are most likely to be affected.
Many ecologists worry about the exotic species that are invading our native ecosystems.
The ecologists hope to jump start this salt marsh into growing back by itself into a full ecosystem.
EA employs an interdisciplinary approach in wetlands studies, combining the expertise of wetlands ecologists with those of hydrologists, soils scientists, fisheries biologists, and land planners.