ecol.

ecol.

abbreviation for
1. (Biology) ecological
2. (Biology) ecology
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The combined company will use the US Ecology name, and its shares will continue to be listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker ECOL. Jeffrey Feeler will continue to serve as President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors.
In item four it was again found that very few respondents chose profiles reflecting the functional or normative ECOLs, and none chose the technocratic ECOL.
Even if they knew a lot about critical literacy, they may still have preferred the classical ECOL. Regardless of whether business people's views are born of ignorance or of arrogance, it will be necessary to persuade them to think otherwise if critically reflective forms of literacy are to take hold.
Floristic changes of epiphytic flora in the Metropolitan Lisbon area between 1980-1981 and 2010-2011 related to urban air quality Ecol. Indic.
Considerations in estimating larval dispersal distances from oceanographic data, Ecol. Appl.
Ecol. 405 (2011) 120-127 (ABM, E, Diatomophyceae, Ecol).