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anthropogenic

[¦an·thrə·pə¦jen·ik]
(ecology)
Referring to environmental alterations resulting from the presence or activities of humans.
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Better understanding of possible environmental and anthropogenic impacts of nitrogen deposition on water resources for optimal water resources management and remediation strategies.
The inconsistency of observed long-term global warming with simulated natural variability (detection), and its consistency with simulations incorporating anthropogenic forcing (attribution), are in agreement with previous studies and assessments (e.
Here, we have used a global chemical transport model at fine horizontal resolution to estimate the impact of removing anthropogenic emissions from each of five sectors (Energy, Residential and Commercial, Industry, Land Transportation, and Shipping and Aviation) on the global and regional mortality burden of anthropogenic ozone and [PM.
In light of the impacts that noise may have on wildlife, measuring the behavioural responses to noise exposure is a first step in determining the full impact of anthropogenic noise pollution on wildlife.
The long-term storage of carbon dioxide in this case depends upon the type of mechanism that is used to trap CO2 from anthropogenic sources and its storage in the cap rocks for thousand years.
We also predicted that the use of anthropogenic roosts would differ between the species.
New records: ARGENTINA: Tucuman Province, Alpachiri (27[degrees]20'S, 65[degrees]46'W), Chicligasta Department, XII-2012, III-2013, CDC traps with UV-light, anthropogenic environment and forested, Veggiani Aybar coll.
Anthropogenic climate change is merely a symptom of a far more profound emergent reality.
The elementary scientific perspective is: Why should anthropogenic global warming not occur?
This is going to pose greater problems for man than "Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming".
This is worrisome because, if this is the case, we're likely going to see less uptake of human produced, or anthropogenic, heat and carbon dioxide by the ocean, making this a positive feedback loop for climate change," she said.