experimental ecology

experimental ecology

[ik‚sper·ə‚ment·əl ē′käl·ə·jē]
(ecology)
The manipulation of organisms or their environments to discover the underlying mechanisms governing distribution and abundance.
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She will be working at an experimental ecology station in the Pyrenees, studying how climate change is affecting wildlife.
She will be working at an experimental ecology station in the Pyrenees on how human-made climate change is affecting wildlife.
market programming and project management assistance for the development of a technical platform for experimental ecology (PTEE) to rational environmental performance on land experience of CEFE, the CNRS campus site in Montpellier .
Knornschild, a researcher at the University of Ulm's Institute of Experimental Ecology, and her team analyzed greater sac-winged bat echolocation calls.
He and Alexis Chaine of the CNRS Experimental Ecology Station at Moulis, France, tracked the characteristics of Colorado male birds who found mates.
Thesis, experimental ecology (level n/a), University of Ulm.
Krebs, a pioneer in experimental ecology, has spent almost 50 years studying changes in mammal populations in Canada and, more recently, Australia.
The science of Experimental Ecology that Clements helped found has provided more than enough evidence that associations between species and their environment and between species are not random, and very meaningful.
Toward an experimental ecology of human development.
It is strongly argued by many that experimental ecology should include a hypothesis to formalize the procedure (Wise 1993 and see Ricklefs & Miller 1999 for approach).

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