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ecologist

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

ecologist

a person skilled in ecology.
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The ecologist recalled that the report recommended, among other things, that the Federal Government should commence immediate clean-up of the oil spill in Ogoni land.
The Society for Landscape Ecologists recognized Convis for his emphasis on community building and cultivating human conservation networks.
I'll be meeting ecologists, farmers and shepherds to see if there is anything we could use from their experiences.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Russian ecologists announced ambitious plans to return Caspian Tigers as well as Asiatic cheetahs, which disappeared some half a century ago in their countries, to the wild.
It is illegal to move a sleeping water vole and so plans to reconfigure the brook faced months of delays if ecologists failed to move them on.
Ecologist Stephen Prosser, who conducted the survey, said: "Bats are important for biodiversity.
Dr Bill Pickering, a qualified botanist and plant ecologist, could now be ordered to clear the agricultural land behind his cottage, near Rothbury, of trees and vegetation following the outcome of his bid.
When he arrived at Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY) in 1953, Mac was again a pioneer of sorts in that he was the first plant ecologist to work at the school.
EXPERT: Sir John Lawton is an eminent ecologist and outspoken on global warming
Last month a 700-signature petition was handed to Coventry City Council on the matter, after Cllr Dixon said the position of a dedicated city ecologist to advise on how to protect green spaces and wildlife had been vacant for the past seven years.
Ecologist Stephen Forbes in a famous article written in 1887 described a lake in Illinois as a beneficent system; he went with the times, however, by replacing God with evolution.