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ecologist

 [e-kol´o-jist]
a specialist in ecology.

ecologist

a person skilled in ecology.
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Not long after our arrival in Cornwall in 1972, after we left London to live sustainably on the land and to publish The Ecologist, Teddy, Robert Allen, Michael Allaby, myself and Jeremy Faull, a friend of Teddy's from Oxford, were approached by a young man, Tim Clarke, who, with his wife, Cat, from the US, were looking for a way to contribute to self-sufficiency.
Now the council has agreed to draw on the expertise of a team of ecologists at the Warwickshire Ecology Unit in Warwick to advise on future developments planned for the city.
Until the 1970s, the Creationist and the Ecologist described Nature in the same way.
Above, Vector Control field lab assistant Tracey Rostamlou places blood samples from chicken on test strips as vector ecologist Jacqueline Spoehel draws blood in the background.
The mandible is so in demand, "some people put them on gold chains and sell them to tourists," the ecologist adds.
The Ecologist warns that the "Colanization of the dairy industry" could speed the destruction of small dairy farms in favor of corporate-owned factory farms.
Ecologist Mohan Wali of The Ohio State University in Columbus is less optimistic.
Panelist David Pimentel, an ecologist at Cornell, estimated that efforts to clear zebra mussels from municipal and city water-intake pipes, boat hulls, and docks cost about $200 million a year.
Ethiopian ecologist Tadesse Gole, of the University of Bonn in Germany, said: "We gave the world coffee.
The day before the October issue of the London-based Ecologist was to be released, the magazine's co-editor Zac Goldsmith received an unexpected call.
In February, 1996, for example, Canadian ecologist William Rees told delegates to a scientific conference in Baltimore that we need two more planets the size of Earth to support current population trends.
Chip Sullivan, landscape architect and a disciple of ecologist Howard Odum (author of Energy, Power and Society), is intent on tackling environmental issues within the framework of his art -- which actually means that his many graphic landscape designs remain unbuilt so far.