432 pages , Elsevier , 2006-02-01 Based on the thesis that insights into both evolution and ecology can be obtained through the study of microorganismsm, Microbial Ecology examines microbiology through the lens of evolutionary ecology. Measured from a microbial perspective, this text covers such topics as optimal foraging, genome, reduction, novel evolutionary mechanisms...[Read More]
The Urban Ecology Center is an environmental education organization with two community centers adjacent to Milwaukee County parks (or, as we like to call them â€œoutdoor classroomsâ€). On any given day and youâ€™ll find classes of students from local schools engaging in hands-on learning about science, nature and how to live more sustainably, community members using the array of reso...[Read More]
Seal meat is the flesh, including the blubber and organs, of seals used as food for humans or other animals. It is prepared in numerous ways, often being hung and dried before consumption. Historically, it has been eaten in many parts of the world, both as a part of a normal diet, and as sustenance.
Practice of human consumption continues today in Japan, Norway, Iceland, Faroe Islands, the Inuit a...[Read More]
412 pages , UBC Press , 2015-09-01 In Cleaner, Greener, Healthier, David R. Boyd sets out to remedy Canadaâ€™s environmental health problems. He begins by assessing the environmental burden of disease, identifies its unequal distribution, and estimates the associated economic costs. He then compares Canadaâ€™s environmental laws and policies with those in the U...[Read More]