Definitions

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  • adj. Relating to ecology, the interrelationships of organisms and their environment.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The simpler and now the preferred spellings of œcologic, œcological, œcology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to the science of ecology
  • adj. characterized by the interdependence of living organisms in an environment

Etymologies

eco- + -logic (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Human beings need more people like Sandra and her husband interested in ecologic probles of the wide world.

    Q&A, Sandra Millan-Tripp, F&S Hero of Conservation

  • But he cautioned that the study was "ecologic," or population-based, and therefore does not necessarily show a one-to-one relationship between alcohol use and SIDS deaths.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • In discussing the issue of zip code data, Fisher uses the term "ecologic" as equivalent to

    LaRouche's Latest

  • Certain editors in this emerging biofuels space don't even know what they are doing by whipping up frenzies around elements as foolish as hydrogen hallucinations - and mistakenly steer enthusiasm along pathways which cannot scale and become profitable while making any kind of ecologic difference at all.

    Autoblog Green

  • No need to grow another huge economic tower on the back of another ecologic disaster.

    SolveClimate: Biochar and George Monbiot’s Misguided Rant

  • Couldn't he see that BP was ready to jump in and spend millions of its hard earned dollars (and part of the subsidies that it receives from the Federal government) to prevent an ecologic disaster?

    Obama calls for review of oil rig incident

  • Just tell that to the residents and industries back on land and in the fishing waters who face a "significant adverse impact" which is one way of describing an ecologic and economic calamity.

    Bob Franken: Slippery Oil Slicks

  • Poverty coexists with very fragile social and ecologic systems, which the crisis can impact greatly and which down the line might lead to a much bigger crisis - the social crisis which is reflected in site-specific natural degradation and violent struggles, be it in Nigeria, Sudan, India, Nepal or elsewhere.

    Raj Nallari: Reflections on Development Economics After the Crisis

  • His research interests include international environmental law and policy (especially the climate regime), international environmental politics, a critical analysis of sustainable development, political economic and political ecologic approaches to international relations.

    Contributor: Vito De Lucia

  • But apart from me, expounding on the murdering pioneer of moving pictures, infinity and ecologic, you will also come across a professor from Arizona State University on exterrestrial life, an Oxford professor on the realities of nuclear power, a superb writer on the science of music, a TV scientist on weird inventions and more.

    Hear a real writer/scientist speak

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