Branches of Biology
Ecology, Conservation Biology Leo Castillo, Yovani Sanchez
What is Ecology?
Carson then taught ecology at University of Maryland for five years. She then joined the U.S Fish and Wildlife service in 1936. She became the first women to pass the U.S Civil Service Exam. Also she was the second women to be hired to work in a full time position for the U.S Bureau of Fisheries
Carson explained most of ecology in her books. She also published some books such as "Under the Sea-Wind", "The Sea Around Us", her most influential work was "Silent Spring".
Rabinowitz graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1981 with an M.S. in zoology and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology and is currently the CEO of Panthera.His work in Belize resulted in the world's first jaguar sanctuary, also his work in Taiwan resulted in the establishment of this country's largest protected area and last piece of intact lowland forest.
Rabinowitz has his goals preserving wild habitats and securing homes, on a large scale, for some of the world’s most endangered mammals. He is focused on cats is based on conserving top predators, which affect entire ecosystems.
For many years Fossey conducted research from her base in the mountains located 10,000 feet above sea level. Fossey studied Mountain Gorillas for many hours and brought many information to her community.
Her book "Gorillas in the Mist" became an international bestseller describing the mountain gorillas. A movie was Then released in 1988 about her book.