anthropogenic


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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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But it also suggests that if the planet keeps warming, larger reductions in anthropogenic aerosol emissions will be required to improve air quality.
Rather it has been improved upon and Al Gore, so often the demon cited by climate change deniers as promoting anthropogenic climate change, would not be born for another 10 years!
The isotope ratios of the ingested anthropogenic debris were dissimilar to the bone and tissue values, aside from the plastic zip tie (0.8547).
The percent frequency of anthropogenic refuse in the stomach content of the cats captured was high, confirming that on Socorro Island the feral cat population is subsidized by human food sources.
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.sub .2.5].
Most other Galliformes have received little attention with regards to responses to anthropogenic development.
This term is used to describe all natural and anthropogenic processes by which carbon dioxide is either removed from the atmosphere or diverted from the emission sources and store in the soil as reservoir.
However, in contrast to little brown bat roost use, Indiana bats have rarely been observed roosting in anthropogenic sites (but see Butchkoski and Hassinger, 2002; Whitaker et al., 2006; Carter et al, 2010; and this manuscript).
In 1992, the United Nations (UN) Rio Earth Summit adopted the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), with the objective, stated in Article 2, of achieving "stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system." The implementing treaty, the Kyoto Protocol, was adopted in 1997 and entered into force in February 2005.
If she has any crucial piece of evidence to support catastrophic anthropogenic global warming let's hear it - no logical fallacies though!
Mutual impact of anthropogenic and natural carcasses is restricted to the following aspects: