community classification

community classification

[kə′myü·nə·dē ‚klas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(ecology)
Arrangement of communities into classes with respect to their complexity and extent, their stage of ecological succession, or their primary production.
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The benefits of this service contract within the scope of the Community classification, after the common procurement vocabulary (CPV) as follows depending on the batch of the contract Lot 1: 32562300-3 Optical fiber cables for transmitting data.
The community classification center is part of this trend toward greater structure in reentry.
Several potential advantages to such community classification centers include assessment of risk and rehabilitation needs in a setting that is based in, and more similar to, the community than a prison can be, and the linkage of assessment results with interventions beginning immediately.
Community classification and nomenclature formed an important component of ecology until past the middle of the twentieth century.
The mainstream of ecology bypassed community classification in the later decades of the twentieth century.
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