We would have considered an algae bloom to be a welcome sign of ecological renewal.
Locavorism, far from healing what ails us, is a recipe for widespread human misery and ecological disaster.
It was a new, ecological eye that saw new kinds of harms and legislated to cure them.
Nebraska became ground zero over the fight after environmental officials in the state highlighted concerns about ecological risks.
In ecological Intelligence, Daniel Goleman questions the environmental impact of what we buy.
Why, even some of my people are talking about ecological side-effects.
Some distributional and ecological records of Kansas reptiles.
Morphological and ecological differentiation of Peromyscus merriami from southern Arizona.
An ecological survey of reptiles in parts of northwestern Texas.
An ecological study of the Arthropoda of an oak-hickory forest with reference to stratification.
1873, "branch of science dealing with the relationship of living things to their environments, coined by German zoologist Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) as Okologie, from Greek oikos "house, dwelling place, habitation" (see villa) + -logia "study of" (see -logy). In use with reference to anti-pollution activities from 1960s.
ecology e·col·o·gy (ĭ-kŏl'ə-jē)
The branch of science that is concerned with the relationships between organisms and their environments.
The relationship between organisms and their environments.
The study of the detrimental effects of modern civilization on the environment, with a view toward their prevention or reversal through conservation.
The study of living things, their environment, and the relation between the two.