The lectures have featured such topics as the effect of temperature on chocolate, browning foods, and the ecology of farming.
The boat was also traced to the tsunami, Curt Hart of the Washington Department of ecology told The Daily Beast.
None of Denes's issues, in art or politics or economics or ecology, are any less worth addressing today than 30 years ago.
And of course one needs to convince the French Ministries of Culture and of ecology that the application makes sense.
In other words, criticism is a tiny part of the ecology of the music business, but an essential part.
The new science of ecology occupies an intermediate position between the biography of species and the biography of individuals.
ecology of the opossum on a natural area in northeastern Kansas.
As the "Age of ecology" broadens into the 1970's, wolves and wolf habitat will become a subject of concerted research.
The centipedes of the Chicago area with special reference to their ecology.
The ecology of extinct cockroaches is necessarily a highly speculative subject.
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.