animal ecology

animal ecology

[′an·ə·məl i′käl·ə·jē]
(ecology)
A study of the relationships of animals to their environment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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According to Doctor Scott Burnett, a lecturer in animal ecology at the University of the Sunshine Coast told the ABC that summer season acts as a stimulator for snakes.
The study was published in the Journal of Animal Ecology.
in Physics Elman Yusifov, to the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology at the invitation of the Director of the Institute M.
Camera Traps in Animal Ecology by Allan F O'Connell.
It was thought that investigations on this animal may provide new data for those who work in the field of animal ecology. On the other hand, the presence and/or frequency of T.
Knowledge of geomorphology, palaeo-environments, animal ecology, ocean currents, and of course social sciences was a necessary part of any archaeological scholar's interest in contextualizing human intentions.
Drees has a bachelors degree and masters degree in animal ecology from Iowa State University and a certificate in business management from Drake University.
However, on balance the bad effects of extreme weather events outweighed the good, according to the scientists, whose findings are published in the Journal Of Animal Ecology.
The scientist considers the award a validation of his work "a confirmation that I may have succeeded in presenting complex aspects of a complicated scientific field in a manner that makes sense even when read by nonexperts on animal ecology. That is an excellent starting point while waiting for how the experts themselves are reacting on the proposed synthesis."
At Huxley's behest, Elton compiled the seminal synthetic review Animal Ecology (1927) in which he linked former and future regimes by framing ecology as 'scientific natural history'.
Pp 57-69, in: Camera traps in animal ecology: Methods and analyses (AF O'Connell, JD Nichols, and KU Karanth, eds.).

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