- n. Plural form of ecosystem.
“The crowd of several hundred mostly youthful ralliers carried signs like "Blowing Up Mountains for Coal Poisons People" and "Mountain ecosystems won't grow back.”
“The crowd of mostly youthful ralliers carried signs like "Blowing Up Mountains for Coal Poisons People" and "Mountain ecosystems won't grow back.”
“They point out the inevitability of change and the positive roles that non-natives can play in ecosystems, while describing eradication projects as often wasteful and even counterproductive.”
“Unfortunately the cost to repair the damage hydrofracking will cause to our ecosystems is not included in the price of the gas.”
“Currently, there is no single source of authoritative, credible and useful information that will allow society to span such important topics as the physical aspects of sea level rise, temperature and precipitation, the resource implications of failed crops, anticipating adverse human health outcomes, robust water supply, managing changes in ecosystems, or the social implications of migrations and resource competitions.”
“The attractive aspect of moving toward sustainable co-existence with self-managing ecosystems is that the hit-and-miss process of evolution has already established how to make them work.”
“Humans have pumped billions of tons of pollution into the atmosphere while eradicating entire ecosystems from the rain forests to coral reefs all over the world.”
“But they are a written, if imperfect, record of eye witness testimony describing the difference in localized ecosystems from a thousand years ago compared to the present.”
“I can think of a few examples off of the top of my head of jarring disruptions in ecosystems that have been damaging.”
“I have a scientist friend who studies auto-catalysis in ecosystems and he sees vast opportunities for design in these systems.”
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