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ecologist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Environment & waste
ecologiste‧col‧o‧gist /ɪˈkɒlədʒɪst $ -ˈkɑː-/ noun [countable]  SGEa scientist who studies ecology
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ecologistHuntsmen know that convincing opponents they are ecologists is a tough job.In a well publicised case a patient recently committed suicide while under the care of a clinical ecologist.Clinical ecologists therefore attempt to diagnose and treat a disease which conventional doctors believe does not exist.This is a misconception that forest ecologists have for years been at pains to correct, but to little avail.Economists say the ecosystem is basically healthy; ecologists worry it may, be on the verge of being irreparably damaged.Interestingly, many ecologists are far more concerned about the problem of resistance than they are about horizontal transfer.But just as they did so, ecologists, epidemiologists, and alarmed demographers have taken up the cry.The ecologists building the wilderness areas of Bio2 were of the school that says: soil bugs ecology.
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