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Ecology

The study of how living things interact with their surroundings. For example, an ecologist may study how a plant operates in different types of soil or whether or not bacteria thrive in various environs. Ecology is important in sustainable development to ensure that an action does not irreparably harm an environment.
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Final articles are uploaded to the EHP website within a few days of receiving authors' final corrections.
Horizontal transmission of EHP via cohabitation and feeding with EHP-infected shrimp tissue
In accordance with Fitch's criteria, the cash-flow model was run for 2014-1 REDS EHP and 2015-1 REDS EHP as there had been a significant change in asset performance compared to original expectations, with actual gross losses for both transactions outperforming base-case gross losses derived at closing.
" I want to assure all Queenslanders that as the environmental regulator, EHP takes these matters very seriously, he said.
doi:10.1289/ehp.0901731 [Online 5 May 2010] and is part of the scientific collaboration between Ciencia & Saude Coletiva and EHP
EHP just completed the installation of a fourth compressor unit.
Many, many scientists serve as peer reviewers for EHP. In calendar year 2015, a total of 874 reviewers completed at least one review for EHP.
And this may contribute to a false sense of security about the threat these agents pose, argues another coauthor of the EHP paper, zoologist Theo Colborn of the World Wildlife Fund in Washington, D.C.
What a fabulous opportunity for EHP to be the platform that brings this research to our stakeholders!