ecological collocations and examples

 UK /ˌiːkəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/

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relating to the environment


Nouns frequently used with ecological
effect: consequences, effect, footprint, impact, implicationsOne way to find out how green you are is to see what kind of ecological footprint you are creating.damage: collapse, damage, degradation, destruction, devastationGlobal warming threatens catastrophic climate change and ecological damage.disaster: catastrophe, crisis, disasterChernobyl and Bhopal are just two of the ecological disasters of recent decades.importance: importance, significance, status, valueWe are interested in the ecological status of rivers, that is what plant, fish and other life can be supported.balance: balance, integrity, stabilityThe inappropriate usage of mountain areas is causing the ecological balance in these areas to collapse.differences: diversity, variationWe want to preserve ecological diversity.area: corridor, niche, zoneThis is the core of a large project to establish ecological corridors in the Brazilian rainforests.study: study, surveyEcological surveys are conducted to ensure that the impact of the scheme is minimised.ability to continue: sustainabilityThe Green Party is committed to ecological sustainability.
 
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