His influence was worldwide, just one example being that he set up versions of The Ecologist
in France, Spain, India, New Zealand, Brazil, Colombia, the Lebanon and Italy.
The team of ecologists
at the Warwick unit, who all have different specialisms, will advise on and oversee Coventry's green spaces and help find the best balance between development and natural open space.
has remarked that the "striking absence of supporting empirical data" has by now produced "great doubts about the existence of universal laws in ecology.
Two vector ecologists
, Paul O'Connor and Jacqueline Spoehel, find themselves at the front line of detecting the virus.
Miguel Pinedo-Vasquez has been bitten many times while asleep.
Mary Cablk, an ecologist
at the Desert Research Institute in Nevada, agrees that implementing the strategy is a challenge.
So too, say ecologists
, are all other "non-native" or "invader" species that set up shop in ecosytems different from the ones in which they originated.
have called for action to save the source of 90 per cent of the world's coffee bushes.
He reminded the printer that The Ecologist
had never been sued in twenty-nine years, despite consistently railing against multinational corporations for damaging the environment.
David Pimentel of Cornell University proposed in 1994 that a two-thirds reduction in world population is in order if humanity is to survive to the year 2100.
Gerald Lauer, an aquatic ecologist
who has assisted PSE&G in studying the Delaware estuary ecology for more than 10 years, who maintained that station operation has not and will not harm aquatic species; Dr.
Larry Skinner, principal fish and wildlife ecologist
with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, puts it this way: "Your chances of getting cancer from eating a weekly eight-ounce meal of trout caught in Lake Ontario is about the same as your lifetime risk of being murdered in the United States today--about 1 in 200.