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*  Urban forest
... s play an important role in ecology of human habitats in many ways: they filter air, water, sunlight, provide ... In many countries there is a growing understanding of the importance of the natural ecology in urban forests. There are ...
*  Ecological network
Bascompte, J (2007). "Networks in ecology". Basic and Applied Ecology. 8: 485-490. doi:10.1016/j.baae.2007.06.003. Montoya, J.M ... The relationship between ecosystem complexity and stability is a major topic of interest in ecology. Use of ecological networks ... Stouffer, D.B. (2010). "Scaling from individuals to networks in food webs". Functional Ecology. 24: 44-51. doi:10.1111/j.1365- ... Lever, J. J.; Nes, E. H.; Scheffer, M.; Bascompte, J. (2014). "The sudden collapse of pollinator communities". Ecology Letters ...
*  Ancestral reconstruction
It also allows insights into the biology and ecology of extinct organisms. Although the majority of ancestral reconstructions ... Ronquist, F (2004). "Bayesian inference of character evolution". Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 19 (9): 475-481. doi:10.1016/j. ... FitzJohn, Richard G. (2012). "Diversitree: comparative phylogenetic analyses of diversification in R". Methods in Ecology and ... Felsenstein, J (1988). "Phylogenies and quantitative characters". Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 19: 445-471. doi: ...
*  Western cattle egret
doi:10.11609/jott.zpj.1731.2864-6. Siegfried, W.R. (1971). "The Food of the Cattle Egret". Journal of Applied Ecology. British ... McKilligan, N.G. (1984). "The food and feeding ecology of the Cattle Egret Ardeola ibis when nesting in south-east Queensland ...
*  Molecular ecology
... focuses on using tests to determine the rates of dispersal between populations and can use molecular clocks ... Without molecular ecology, identifying individuals that participate in EPFs and the offspring that result from EPFs would be ... Molecular ecology is a field of evolutionary biology that is concerned with applying molecular population genetics, molecular ... Molecular Ecology. 2nd ed. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. Print. "Reading trees: A quick review" ...
*  Ambush predator
The water mite Neumania papillator (known in behavioral ecology as an example of sensory bias) is another arachnid ambush ... Ryan, P.G. (2007). "Diving in shallow water: the foraging ecology of darters (Aves: Anhingidae)". Journal of Avian Biology. 38 ... ISBN 1-55297-609-2. Auffenberg, Walter (1981). The Behavioral Ecology of the Komodo Monitor. Gainesville, Florida: University ...
*  John Goss-Custard
Goss-Custard, J. D (1977). The energetics of prey selection by redshank, Tringa tetanus (L.). Journal of Animal Ecology, 46, 1- ... Subsequently, he worked at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology's Furzebrook Research Station at Wareham, Dorset, leading an ...
*  Genetic monitoring
doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2005.12.002 PDF fulltext Baker, C.S. (2008) A truer measure of the market: the molecular ecology of ... Genetic monitoring of invasive species is of conservation and economic interest, as invasions often affect the ecology and ... This led to a special issue of the journal of Molecular Ecology organized around our understanding of genetic effects in three ... market surveys also provide the opportunity for a range of molecular ecology investigations including capture-recapture, ...
*  Ecology
Industrial ecology Information ecology Landscape ecology Natural resource Normative science Political ecology Sensory ecology ... Human ecology is an interdisciplinary investigation into the ecology of our species. "Human ecology may be defined: (1) from a ... Cognitive Ecology II. University of Chicago Press. pp. 1 ff. ISBN 9780226169378. Cognitive ecology focuses on he ecology and ... Ecology portal Biology portal Chemical ecology Circles of Sustainability Cultural ecology Dialectical naturalism Ecological ...
*  Sensory ecology
In addition to using sensory ecology as a tool to inform conservation strategies, scientists have also used sensory ecology ... Sensory Ecology. New York: W.H. Freeman. ISBN 0-7167-2333-6 Barth, F.G. and A. Schmid, eds. (2001). Ecology of Sensing, Ch.1. ... Sensory ecology can thus be used as a tool to understand (1) why different species may react to anthropogenic and environmental ... In addition, sensory ecology has been employed as a tool to shape management strategies for the control and eradication for ...
*  Rarefaction (ecology)
In ecology, rarefaction is a technique to assess species richness from the results of sampling. Rarefaction allows the ... Hurlbert, Stuart H. "The Nonconcept of Species Diversity: A Critique and Alternative Parameters". Ecology. 52 (4): 577. doi: ... Newton, Adrian C. Forest Ecology and Preservation: A Handbook of Techniques. Illustrated Edition. Oxford, 1999. 128-131. Bush, ... "Explicit Calculation of the Rarefaction Diversity Measurement and the Determination of Sufficient Sample Size". Ecology. 56 (6 ...
*  Resistance (ecology)
Levin, Simon A. (2009). The Princeton Guide to Ecology. Princeton University Press. Allison, Gary (2004). "The Influence of ... Forest Ecology and Management. 68: 127-136. doi:10.1016/0378-1127(94)90040-x. Bellingham, P.J.; E.V.J. Tanner; J.R. Healey ( ... Ecology and Society. 9 (2): 5. Brand, Fridolin (2009). "Critical natural capital revisited: Ecological resilience and ... 1995). "Damage and responsiveness of Jamaican montane tree species after disturbance by a hurricane". Ecology. 76 (8): 2562- ...
*  Chemical ecology
... studies focuses on the biochemistry of ecology and the specific molecules or groups of molecules termed ... "What is Chemical Ecology? , CHEMICAL ECOLOGY". www.ncbs.res.in. Retrieved 2017-12-10. Law, JH & Regnier, FE (1971). "Pheromones ... Chemical ecology examines the role of chemical interactions between living organisms and their environment, as the consequences ... Some major focal points in the field of chemical ecology include:[according to whom?][citation needed] Production of signals ...
*  Refuge (ecology)
A refuge is a concept in biology and ecology, in which an organism obtains protection from predation by hiding in an area where ... Issues in Ecosystem Ecology: 2011 Edition. Scholarly Editions. 2012. pp. 464-465. ISBN 978-1-4649-6482-4. Priede, Imants G. ( ... Berryman, Alan A.; Hawkins, Bradford A.; Hawkins, Bradford A. (2006). "The refuge as an integrating concept in ecology and ... Allen, Larry G.; Pondella, Daniel J.; Horn, Michael H. (2006). The Ecology of Marine Fishes: California and Adjacent Waters. ...
*  Clinical ecology
... JAMA 268:3465-3467, 1992. Terr AI. Clinical ecology in the workplace. Journal of Occupational Medicine 31:257 ... Fort Collins, CO: Clinical Ecology Publications. ISBN 0-943771-00-5. In 1965, Randolph founded the Society for Clinical Ecology ... Clinical ecology was the name given by proponents in the 1960s to a claim that exposure to low levels of certain chemical ... Clinical ecology is not a recognized medical specialty. Practitioners have been criticized for tricking mentally ill and ...
*  Community (ecology)
Community ecology has its origin in European plant sociology. Modern community ecology examines patterns such as variation in ... Terrestrial Plant Ecology, 2nd ed. Cummings, Menlo Park, CA. Morin, Peter J. (1999). Community Ecology. Wiley-Blackwell Press. ... In ecology, a community is an assemblage or association of populations of two or more different species occupying the same ... On a deeper level the meaning and value of the community concept in ecology is up for debate. Communities have traditionally ...
*  Ecology (album)
Ecology is the third studio album by classic rock band Rare Earth. It was released in 1970 on Rare Earth Records. The album ... Ecology was possibly Rare Earth's most consistent album, showing the band at the height of their artistry and credibility. " ... "allmusic ((( Ecology > Overview )))". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 2009-10-12. ...
*  Ecology Glacier
... is a glacier flowing northeast into Admiralty Bay, King George Island, north of Llano Point. It was named by ... "Ecology Glacier". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-02-23. This article ... the Polish Antarctic Expedition, 1980, after the Institute of Ecology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the sponsor of nearby ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Ecology Glacier" (content from the ...
*  Ecology Flag
The Ecology Flag is a cultural symbol used primarily in the 1970s by American environmentalists. Ron Cobb created an ecology ... "Ecology Flag". Ecology Flags (U.S.) at Flags of the World Artwork of original symbol at Ron Cobb's website (2011 snapshot at ... Its canton was green with the ecology symbol where the stars would be in the United States flag One of the earliest recorded ... ecology flag to commemorate the first Earth Day. Initially denied permission to fly the flag at C.E. Byrd High School in ...
*  Microbial ecology
... (or environmental microbiology) is the ecology of microorganisms: their relationship with one another and ... Ecology portal Biology portal Microbial biogeography Microbial loop Outline of ecology International Society for Microbial ... Modern microbial ecology was launched by Robert Hungate and coworkers, who investigated the rumen ecosystem. The study of the ... Mutualism in microbial ecology is a relationship between microbial species and between microbial species and humans that allow ...
*  Cognitive ecology
... borrows ideas from views of extended cognition, as articulated by Chalmers and Clark (1998). They argue that ... Cognitive ecology is the study of cognitive phenomena within social and natural contexts. It is an integrative perspective ... Cognitive ecology explores the interactive relationship between organism-environment interactions and its impact on cognitive ... Bateson, Gregory (2000). Steps to an ecology of mind (University of Chicago Press ed.). Chicago [u.a.]: University of Chicago ...
*  Tropical ecology
Richards, P.W. (July 1963). "What the Tropics Can Contribute to Ecology". Journal of Ecology. 51 (2): 231-241. doi:10.2307/ ... Tropical ecology is the study of the relationships between the biotic and abiotic components of the tropics, or the area of the ... That being said, while it may be advantageous to study ecology in the tropics, this is not to say that it is without difficulty ... Tropical ecology began with the work of early English naturalists and eventually saw the establishment of research stations ...
*  Ecology (journal)
Ecology is a scientific journal that publishes research and synthesizes papers in the field of ecology. It was founded in 1920 ... "Ecology Editors". Ecological Society of America. Retrieved 2008-11-12. "Ecology Mission & Scope". Ecological Society of America ... "ESA Online Journals - Ecology". Ecological Society of America. Retrieved 2008-11-12. "ESA journals -- Permission for ... According to the Journal Citation Reports, it is currently ranked 15th out of 136 journals in the Ecology category. " ...
*  Intertidal ecology
Marine Ecology Progress Series 215:201-211. Bertness, M. D., S. D. Gaines, and M. E. Hay (2001) Marine community ecology. ... Intertidal ecology is the study of intertidal ecosystems, where organisms live between the low and high tide lines. At low tide ... Ecology 85:2837-2849. Ricketts E. F., J. Calvin and J. W. Hedgpeth (1939) Between Pacific Tides (5th Ed.) Stanford University ... Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:119-125. Bertness, M. D., and S. D. Hacker. 1994. Physical stress and positive associations ...
*  Deep ecology
Anthropocentrism and Deep Ecology by William Grey Bookchin, Murray (1987). "Social Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for ... that deep ecology finds scientific underpinnings in the fields of ecology and system dynamics. In their 1985 book Deep Ecology ... Deep Ecology: Living As if Nature Mattered Salt Lake City: Gibbs M. Smith, Inc. Drengson, Alan. 1995. The Deep Ecology Movement ... Deep Ecology for the Twenty-first Century Boston: Shambhala. Taylor, B. and M. Zimmerman. 2005. Deep Ecology" in B. Taylor, ed ...