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(e-kol'o-je) [Gr. oikos, house + -logy]
The science of the relationship of organisms to their environment, including the interactions among organisms. ecologicecological (e?ko-loj'ik, i-kal), adjective See: food chain

ecology of human performance

Abbreviation: EHP
A conceptual framework for occupational therapy practice aimed at improving task performance by considering the person's skills and experiences, the context of the situation in which a task is performed, and the nature of the task. Interventions include altering the context of task performance to make it more supportive or a better match for the person's skills and remediating a person's skill deficits, among others.
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Solvent free, 100% water-based coatings and a proprietary in-house water treatment plant allows Ecological Fibers to treat over 10,000 gallons of water a day before releasing clean water back into Narragansett Bay for communal use.
He spoke about the occupation of Azerbaijani lands by Armenia, stressing that Armenia continues to carry out ecological terror in the occupied Azerbaijani territories.
This "ecological overspending" increases deforestation, biodiversity loss, soil erosion, scarcity of fresh-water and fishes.
The methodological basis of the study of philosophy of ecological crisis is the idea of "intersubjectivity", which allows to explore the modern ecological crisis as a systemic crisis from the general philosophical positions and to identify ways of overcoming it.
On the public hearing held on Wednesday on the Bill to establish the ecological fund, she said: 'my take on the public hearing is that under the past regimes they feel that some of the ecological funds were not utilized for the ecological interventions.
Ecological economics can function as a great unifier.
Keller [7] introduced the concept of "ecological groups." At the beginning of the 20th century, a number of foreign scientists suggested that abiotic environmental factors determine the specialization of species in plant communities [8-10].
The dilemma of Chinese government governance from the perspective of the construction of ecological civilizations
Under the ecological green equivalent concept, traditional land use patterns can be divided into three categories (Zhao et al., 2011; Liu et al., 2002).
In this paper the cumulative cost distance model is used to build the ecological security pattern of the Harbin city center, determining the function value of the ecosystem of various types of land in the city center to build the resistance surface, look for the minimum resistance between two source channels namely the ecological corridors, define the intersection of the corridors as the ecological nodes and establish the ecological security pattern of the landscape in the research area on the basis of the ecological source, ecological corridor and ecological nodes.
As a result, the rapidly emerging area called "ecological validity" in research and evaluation is clearly essential to validating occupational therapy's practice philosophy.
Ecological Sustainability for Non-timber Forest Products--Dynamics and Case Studies of Harvesting

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