2 edition of ecological glossary found in the catalog.
J. Richard Carpenter
First published by the University of Oklahoma Press, 1938.
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Ecological Balance; Ecological Footprint; Ecological Footprint. The simplest way to define ecological footprint would be to call it the impact of human activities measured in terms of the area of biologically productive land and water required to produce the goods consumed and to assimilate the wastes generated. More simply, it is the amount of. Start studying Basic Ecology terms. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Ecology: Organisms and Their Environments Terms Abiotic. Anything that is not, nor has ever been, alive. Some examples of abiotic factors in an environment include precipitation, sunlight, and minerals. Abiotic is the opposite of biotic. Life or no life, that is the question. Autotroph.
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1 1 Glossary Ecology Abundance: The number of organisms in a population, combining “intensity“ (density within inhabited areas) and “prevalence“ (number and size of inhabited areas). Adaptation: 1) Characteristics of organisms evolved as a consequence of natural selection; 2) Changes in the form or behavior of an organism during life as a response to environmental stimuli; 3) Changes File Size: 76KB.
Ecological niche The sum total of all the resources used by, and the biotic and abiotic conditions suffered by, a species. Each resource (e.g. food) and condition (e.g. temperature) forms an axis of a multi-dimensional ‘hypervolume’ that describes the ecological requirements and constraints that allow a species to maintain long-term average.
Glossary NOTE: This glossary defines the key terms used on this website when discussing the GHG crisis (“climate change”). A glossary is necessary because the terms used to address this ecological glossary book have been flagrantly distorted. Where the IPCC definition is used, this is noted.
My own terms, which were coined to fill certain gaps, are. An ecological glossary Hardcover – by John Richard Carpenter (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Under different circumstances the weed plant itself may ecological glossary book cultivated for beneficial purposes (Allaby, ). A native or introduced species that has a perceived negative ecological or economic effect on agricultural or natural ecosystems (Booth et al., ).
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Glossary ABIOTIC nonliving components of an ecosystem. ACCLIMATION to become accustomed to a new climate or environment; to physically adapt. ACTIVE INGREDIENT an ingredient that is biologically active in a formulated product. AGENT ORANGE an herbicide used by the U.S. military to defoliate forests during the Vietnam War.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Whitehead Word Book: A Glossary with Alphabetical Index to Technical Terms /5(3). Ecology Definitions Based on: A Dictionary of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics by R.J. Lincoln, G.A. Boxshall and P.F. Clark, Cambridge University Press, ; and The Harper Collins Dictionary of Biology by W.G.
Hale and J.P. Margham, Harper Perennial, Abiotic Non-living Acclimation The change in behavior or physiology of an individual within its own lifetime in responseFile Size: KB.
On-Line Biology Book: GLOSSARY E. eccrine glands Sweat glands that are linked to the sympathetic nervous system and are widely distributed over the body surface. ecological niche The role an organism occupies and the function it performs in an ecosystem; closely associated with feeding.
ecological time A timescale that focuses on community events that occur on the order of tens to hundreds. Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science provides a compact and comprehensive introduction to modern ecosystem science.
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A adaptation Process of genetic change within a population due to natural selection, whereby the average state of a character becomes better suited to some feature of the environment.
adaptive management The practice of revisiting management decisions and revising them in the light of new information. adequacy A single reserve that is large enough to fulfill its conservation functions, or in. Appendix B Glossary. Baseline: Information collected before or at the start of a given project that provides a basis for planning and/or evaluating subsequent progress and related impacts.
Control: A site (or other entity) that is similar to the conditions of site/entity to be restored, before any restoration activities take place; similarity should be judged by parameters that are relevant to.
Glossary Abaptation The process by which the present match between organisms and their environment, and the constraints on this match, have been determined by evolutionary forces acting on ancestors. The prefix ‘ab-’ emphasizes that the heritable characteristics of an organism are consequences of the past and not anticipation of the present File Size: KB.
This glossary of biology terms is a list of definitions of fundamental terms and concepts used in biology, the study of life and of living is intended as introductory material for novices; for more specific and technical definitions from sub-disciplines and related fields, see Glossary of genetics, Glossary of ecology, Glossary of speciation, Glossary of botany, and Glossary of.
Figure 3 provides an overview of the ecological concepts and principles discussed in section 2 and their ap-plication as discussed in section 3.
Ecological concepts are general understandings (or facts) about ecosystems and ecosystem management. Ecological principles are basic assumptions (or beliefs) about ecosystems and howFile Size: KB.
Ecological Survival and Revolutionary Change This document outlines my analysis of the ecological crisis and humankind's rational response. It explains why and how this response was blocked, why revolutionary change is now necessary for survival, and how.
From Wikibooks, open books for an open world. The latest reviewed version was checked on 7 August There are template/file changes awaiting review. limnology-- The study of river system ecology and life. litter-- Leaf litter, or forest litter, is the detritus of fallen leaves and bark which accumulate in forests.
macroscopic-- Objects or organisms that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye. marine-- Refers to the ocean. Glossary of Biological Terms ← BACK.
E ecdysone (ek-deh-sone) A steroid hormone that triggers molting in arthropods. ecological efficiency. The ratio of net productivity at one trophic level to net productivity at the next lower level.
ecological niche. The sum total of an organism's utilization of the biotic and abiotic resources of its. Books shelved as ecology: Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert, The Hidden Life of Trees: What. The National Adult Literacy Agency(NALA) has developed an A – Z guide containing over explanations of common environmental terms.
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Pawtucket, RI, Ma --()-- Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse toured Ecological Fibers' Pawtucket plant Friday, March 8 to learn about the environmental success of a homegrown New England business with distribution spanning the globe. The extent to which the conditions simulated in the laboratory reflect real life conditions.
Using an experimental laboratory-based research method, as has been the tradition in Cognitive Psychology, rigorous control for confounding variables is put in place and the ideal is that the researcher can study the only the phenomenon of interest. By manipulating variables (so-called independent.
Glossary; Natural communities are finely-tuned systems, where each species has an ecological value to the other species that are part of that ecosystem. Species diversity increases an ecosystem's stability and resilience, in particular its ability to adapt and respond to changing environmental conditions.
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ru ^= m o m _D m r-=) a MBL/WH(^^ m ^- m ^^"^» B GLOSSARY OF AQUATIC. Definitions of Ecological Terminology. Some sub-shrubs and vines also occur in this ecological system. Where prairies occur, they are usually the dominant ecological system.
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He co-developed the ecological footprint with Mathis Wackernagel. Book: An ecological glossary. + pp. Abstract: The work has been compiled from a study of current periodicals and texts in order to bring together the more technical and restricted usages of terms in ecological literature literature Subject Category: PublicationsCited by: Ecological Release: It refers to the progression in which a species expands its living habitat as well as the resources it utilizes into areas that have a lower density of species in terms of diversity.
Ecomorphology: It is the study of the relation between an individual’s ecological role, its form, and structural adaptations. Start studying Ecology Vocabulary. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Wegener, Alfred: A German climatologist and geophysicist whose book, The Origins of Continents and Oceans, was the first to propose the concept of continental drift (the forerunner to the theory. Ecological terms and concepts.-Ecology, one of the latest branches of botanical science, has naturally an immature and incomplete terminology, although several of its followers have made attempts to remedy the latter defect.
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relating to ecology or the environment: 2. relating to ecology or the environment: 3. relating. Learn more. Title. Glossary of aquatic ecological terms / By. Matthews, John E., Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication infoBook Edition: Rev.biodiversity glossary Biodiversity Glossary 1 Access and benefit-sharing One of the three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity, as set out in its Article 1, is the “fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources, including by appro.Ecological definition, the branch of biology dealing with the relations and interactions between organisms and their environment, including other organisms.