natural abundance


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natural abundance

[′nach·rəl ə′bən·dəns]
(nucleonics)
The abundance ratio of an isotope in a naturally occurring terrestrial sample of an element.
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The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel is renowned for its natural abundance, with miles of pristine white-sanded beaches, exotic wildlife, lush subtropical foliage, and fresh, wild-caught seafood, most notably the area's famous Pink Gold shrimp.
Pakistan being an agro-based economy has natural abundance of various agricultural products including food grains of which rice is an important food and cash crop cultivated on about 2.
The history, natural abundance and recreational opportunities set this corridor apart and make it a unique place.
Kristina Lang, a tourism marketing officer for the city, lists the lakes, a thriving artistic community, major destination attractions and natural abundance as key features of the area.
Imphal, March 28 (ANI): The northeast region of India has long been recognised as a hub of medicinal and aromatic plants where scientific cultivation of the natural abundance can ensure high benefits to farmers.
A section on emerging areas highlights the use of radiocarbon at natural abundance as a tool used in combination with stable carbon isotopes to examine carbon in natural and contaminated environments.
Perhaps this natural abundance explains why Fijians, despite their relative poverty, radiate a rare and solid warmth and greet visitors with a high-spirited "Bula" (hello) like long-lost members of one large extended family.
TIME TO Perhaps this natural abundance explains why Fijians, despite their relative poverty, radiate a rare and solid warmth and greet visitors with a high-spirited ''Bula'' (hello) like long-lost members of one large extended family.
Following agriculture is coal, a pillar of Ningxia's industrial sector, and a tourism sector built on the region's natural abundance of sand dunes and its long historical roots.
While this may at first seem paradoxical, at second glance it appears perfectly logical that the island's hunters would be keen on ensuring a sustainable approach to hunting within specifically designated and regulated areas of static natural abundance, he said.
The natural abundance of hydrogen and its capacity to store and release energy in a nonpolluting manner make it highly appealing as a potential source of energy.