By bringing an experienced ecologist
such as Evie Witten on board, we are taking considerable steps forward in helping make these goals a reality.
James Lovelock's Gaia Theory fitted well with Teddy's ideas on the emergent properties of systems and as Jim lived near Camelford, where we were at the time publishing The Ecologist
, we decided to hold a symposium on the implications of the Gaia Theory for ecology and the environment.
I'll be meeting ecologists
, farmers and shepherds to see if there is anything we could use from their experiences.
could be ordered to return the land to its original condition.
Last month a 700-signature petition was handed to Coventry City Council on the matter, after Cllr Dixon said the position of a dedicated city ecologist
to advise on how to protect green spaces and wildlife had been vacant for the past seven years.
deputy editor Jon Hughes claimed the agency's public assurances gave people a "false impression" about the safety of the site.
The belief that nature comprises self-organized communities, according to ecologist
Dan Botkin, has three features.
Author and ecologist
Tom Wolf is working on a biography of Forest Service wilderness pioneer and landscape architect Arthur Carhart.
Dragonflies date back at least 250 million years, says Daniel Soluk, an ecologist
at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.
Gill, an ecologist
at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.
Written by a professional academic ecologist
who described himself as "Not a misanthrope, but a defender of Earth against the excesses of anthropes", Earth Alive: Essays On Ecology is an anthlogy of brief yet well-structured essays about ecology and principle.
Ken Cullings, an evolutionary ecologist
at NASA's Ames Research Center, used one kit to evaluate the effects of defoliation on soil fungal diversity.