By Peter Collin
This absolutely revised variation of the bestselling Dictionary of surroundings and Ecology now contains over 9,000 phrases from all components of ecology and the environmental sciences. subject lined variety from soil technological know-how, climatology, agriculture (including GM and natural foods), NGOs, pollutants, waste administration, environmental security and endangered species.
The Dictionary is perfect for any scholar of ecology or the environmental sciences, and a realistic reference for environmental pros, activists and fans. each one access comprises instance sentences, including phonetic pronunciation, grammar notes and components of speech, and encyclopedic reviews extend upon the extra advanced phrases.
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Cement noun 1. material which binds cement things together, such as that which binds minerals together to form sedimentary rocks 2. a powder which, if mixed with water and then dried, sets hard like stone census noun a survey of a specific population to assess numbers and other features census centigrade noun Celsius centimetre noun a unit of measurement centigrade centimetre of length, equivalent to one hundredth of a metre. Symbol cm centre noun 1. a point in the middle of something ć a park in the centre of the town ć The centre of the hurricane passed over the city.
Climate Change, UK farmland birds and the global greenhouse. RSPB 2001)’ birder noun same as birdwatcher bird haven noun same as bird sanctuary bird of prey noun a bird that kills and birder bird haven bird of prey eats other birds or small animals bird reserve noun same as bird sanctubird reserve ary bird sanctuary noun a place where birds can breed and live in a protected environment Birds directive noun a European Union directive relating to the conservation of all species of naturally occurring wild birds birdsong noun singing calls made by birds to communicate with each other birdwatcher noun a person who observes and studies birds as a leisure activity.
A deep part of a harbour or sea passage where ships can pass, or a stretch of water between two seas 2. ) channelisation noun the process of channelisation straightening a stream which has many bends, in order to make the water flow faster channelise verb to straighten a stream which has many bends, in order to make the water flow faster chaos theory noun a theory stating that when a system is sensitive to small differences in initial values, the future behaviour of that system may be unpredictable chaparral noun an area of temperate land covered with shrubs, found along the coast of California character noun 1.
DICTIONARY OF ENVIRONMENT ECOLOGY by Peter Collin