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1994. Pauline Chandler, M.S.Ed. Ecology is the study of living and nonliving things and how they depend on and interact with one another for survival. By studying ecology, we are able to better understand life on our planet and how we are affected by environmental changes near and far. This book gives teachers and students the opportunity to learn from the whole of their experiences-the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and touches, as well as what they read, write about, and do. This whole-science approach allows them to experience and understand their world as they explore science concepts together. 96 pages, soft cover, b&w illustrations. Grades 2-4.