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biologist

 [bi-ol´o-jist]
a specialist in biology.

bi·ol·o·gist

(bī-ol'ō-jist),
A specialist or expert in biology.

biologist

[bī·ol′əjist]
Etymology: Gk, bios, life, logos, science
a person who studies life sciences.

biologist

A broad term for a person trained in biology; one who studies biological phenomena.

bi·ol·o·gist

(bī-ol'ŏ-jist)
A specialist or expert in biology.

biologist

a specialist in biology.
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In historical times, this river could go where it wanted to go, but now we want to make it go through a straight line,'' biologist Hovore said.
Biologist Powell thinks that, while it is unlikely that migratory birds will face mass extinction, their declining numbers still translate into an international tragedy.
The standard for critical habitat, according to Phil Detrich, a wildlife biologist with the Fish and Wildlife Service, is no adverse modifications by federal actions.
In 1997, Amelia and her mate, whose identity is unknown because biologists have been unable to read his legband, became the first successful nesting pair in Connecticut in more than 50 years.
Biologists say much can be done to stop the spread of invasive species locally.
Time for action: A decade ago, biologists took an unusual step to help the vanishing panthers.
Dale McCullough, a wildlife biologist at the University of California at Berkeley, says that, in the Pacific Northwest, biologists "were forced to plan at a time when all the old-growth was essentially gone.
Fish and Wildlife biologist Dan Tappe, left, and David Freed of the U.
A species that survives only in captivity is actually extinct," explains Petra Kaczensky, a biologist at the Salzburg Zoo in Austria who is working on one of the takhi reintroduction programs.
It's "a really creative idea" to use bird behavior, says evolutionary biologist Joel G.
McMaster's primary duties as PF's western biologist will include starting new chapters and working with the existing 4,000 PF members and 36 PF chapters in California, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
Now, as quickly as sections of the river are cleared, water puddles quickly become visible, said Nancy Hanson, a wildlife biologist for the Angeles National Forest stationed in Saugus.

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