Wikipedia:WikiProject Ecology - Completed Article Requests

Completed Article Requests

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  • achenes (Biological dispersal)
  • Achromobacterium (Soil life)
  • agroforestry (Permaculture)
  • Amensalism (Biological interaction)
  • aquatic ecosystem (Ecosystem)
  • Arctic Char (Food chain)
  • Arid climate (Climate)
  • arroyo (Desert)
  • Azotobacter (Soil life)
  • Big Desert, Australia (Desert)
  • biospherics (Biosphere)
  • Bonneville Speedway (Desert)
  • Bortle scale (Light pollution)
  • bush pilot (Hugh Lamprey)
  • calcrete (Desert)
  • Caliche (Desert)
  • Consumers (food chain) (Trophic level)
  • cottony cushion scale, Icerya purchasi (Invasive species)
  • Cultivated land (Trophic level)
  • Dry Valleys of Antarctica (Desert)
  • Ecotope (Biome)
  • Endangered Species Conservation Act (Environmental Protection Agency)
  • ferrous ammonium sulfate (FAS) (Chemical oxygen demand)
  • Ford Doolittle ((Gaia theory (science))
  • foundational species (Trophic level)
  • fruiting body, of fungi (Soil life)
  • Geoffrey West, physicist (metabolic theory of ecology)
  • hardpan (Desert)
  • Henry Chandler Cowles (Ecological succession)
  • Human Planetary Tolerances
  • industrial melanism (Peppered moth)
  • industrial water (Chemical oxygen demand)
  • ion exchange (Soil)
  • James Brown, ecologist (metabolic theory of ecology)
  • Judean Desert in Israel/Palestine (Desert)
  • K-selected (Carrying capacity)
  • keyline (Permaculture)
  • Lotka-Volterra inter-specific competition equations (Lotka-Volterra equations)
  • marine ecoregion (Ecoregion)
  • marine ecoregions (Terrestrial ecoregion)
  • Marine Mammal Protection Act (Environmental Protection Agency)
  • mercuric sulfate (Chemical oxygen demand)
  • metapopulation (Landscape ecology)
  • micronutrient (Soil life)
  • mineralisation (Soil)
  • Miss Waldron's Red Colobus (Ape extinction)
  • montmorillonite (Soil)
  • Moreton Pinkney (Gilbert White)
  • mutual dependence (Symbiosis)
  • Nebraska Sand Hills (Terrestrial ecoregion)
  • negentropic (Ecocide)
  • Niles Eldredge, Palaeontologist (Speciation)
  • Nitrobacter (Nitrogen cycle)
  • Nitrosomonas (Nitrogen cycle)
  • nuclear radiation (Ecological selection)
  • Omega Gaia ((Gaia theory (science))
  • Overharvest (Natural resource)
  • paradox of the plankton(Competitive exclusion principle)
  • planula (Biological dispersal)
  • population biology (Ecocide, Pollinator decline, Population)
  • Potassium dichromate (Chemical oxygen demand)
  • power generator (Dead zone)
  • primary producer (Trophic level)
  • Producers (food chain) (Trophic level)
  • r-selected (Carrying capacity)
  • Rajasthan Desert of India (Desert)
  • Rotliegendes, a hydrocarbon reservoir in the North Sea (Desert)
  • Roy Clapham (Ecosystem)
  • sand seas (Desert)
  • sand sheets (Desert)
  • Searles Lake, California (Desert)
  • shrimp farming (ecocide)
  • soil fertility (Biodiversity)
  • Sturt's Stony Desert, Australia (Desert)
  • Sulfamic acid (Chemical oxygen demand)
  • Tanami Desert, Australia (Desert)
  • Temperate forest (Trophic level)
  • Tengger Desert of China (Desert)
  • Tropical Grasslands (Biome)
  • Tropical Rain Forest (Desert, Trophic level)
  • Wildlife biologists (Trophic level)

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