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Complete with a well-selected appendix annotating key literary and filmic texts in ecological science fiction, the book itself confirms the appealing possibility about which Canavan speculates in the introduction: "perhaps even ecological critique as such can productively be thought of as a kind of science fiction, as it uses the same tools of cognition and extrapolation to project the conditions of a possible future--whether good or bad, ecotopian or apocalyptic--in hopes of transforming politics in the present" (17).
While the developers often criticised the conservationists' selective 'acceptance' of ecological science produced through the dispute, their own interpretations and manipulations of the same science were no less selective or interwoven with alternative epistemologies than were the conservationists'.
In March 1958, Sears asked the ESA establish a committee of the social applications of ecological science (Billings and others 1958).
Although Morton uses Ecology in the title of his book and frequently in the text he comments on ecological science only once.
Black has little to say about such subjects and nothing at all concerning the development of Darwin's ecological science.
current integration of ecological science is overly simplistic, ad hoc,
Ecological science has moved away from the foundational beliefs that nature possesses a hidden order--that there are ecological "systems" or "communities" the "structure" of which "naturally" or by definition excludes human influence.
He was educated at Alloa Academy and Edinburgh University, where he got a BSc honours in ecological science and a Masters in urban design and regional planning.
Born in Britain to a family of hippies who spent time at the famous spiritual retreat and commune of Findhorn in Scotland, Sleath took a summer job at the Fringe Festival while studying ecological science and forestry at the University of Edinburgh.
A powerful melding of traditional Aboriginal knowledge of land management and Western ecological science is producing outstanding results in a 'Burning for Biodiversity' project in Kakadu National Park.
Having personally benefited from direct experience in ecological science alongside practicing scientists, teachers are better situated to create authentic science experiences for their students.
But ecological science, as well as many traditional societies, views Homo sapiens as fundamentally linked to other species and the ecosystems that support us.

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