He was also senior associate to the Cleveland Environmental Research Group in terrestrial ecology (1974-1976).
What does TE stand for?
TE stands for Terrestrial Ecology
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- Telecom Egypt
- Telecom Eireann (Irish telephone company)
- Telecommunications Enclosure
- Telefis Eireann (Ireland)
- Temperature Element
- Temporal Expansion
- Temporary Employment
- Teramo, Abruzzo (Italian province)
- Terminal Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
While building Qasr Al Sarab Desert resort, contractors had to comply with the CEMP that includes environment controls for the protection and management of air quality, terrestrial ecology, health and safety.
They were stored at the University of Oldenburg, Terrestrial Ecology Working Group.
After consultation with leading Australian ecologists, including Professor Ian Lowe, Dr Steve Morton and Professor David Lindenmayer, on the feasibility of doing something similar here, the Business Leaders Forum decided to host a roundtable gathering of respected scientists from across ecological disciplines--including marine and terrestrial ecology, forestry, deserts, fire and water management, rainforests, alpine and urban environments--to nut out the big issues in a similar process to that employed by the UK scientists, but covering a much broader range of environments.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 1978: the first Countryside Survey A visit to Merlewood by Martin Holdgate (Director of the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, ITE) in May 1975 proved of pivotal importance in using the Cumbrian experience to embark upon an Ecological Survey of Great Britain.
Set-aside has given skylarks something to sing about," said Juliet Vickery, head of the BTO's terrestrial ecology unit.
The definitive research on the effect of birds of prey on grouse (the Joint Raptor Study) was conducted by ourselves and the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, with part-funding from the RSPB.