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(physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope of an element to the total number of isotopes present

(chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust

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Specifically, our objectives were 1) to compare the abundance of wild and hatchery chum salmon fry raised under early and late rearing strategies in different habitats of Taku Inlet (inner and outer inlet locations, littoral and neritic habitats); 2) to compare the body size and condition of these groups of fry in different habitats; and 3) to document environmental factors that potentially could explain the distribution and size of chum salmon fry and the abundance of hatchery fry.
We converted abundance data into catch rate (catch per one seining hour) for statistical analyses.
Still, Payne was cautious relative to extending her results as reflecting the internal composition of the stars: " The observations on abundances refer merely to the stellar atmosphere, and it is not possible to arrive in this way at conclusions as to internal composition.
The greatest abundance of shorebirds occurred between October (arrival at stopover or wintering areas) and April (return to breeding areas), and the lowest occurred between May and September (Fig.
Hedgerows of California native shrubs and perennial grasses, including at Fong Farms in Yolo County, were compared to weedy field margins for the abundance of beneficial and pest insects.
Some portion of this skewness may be inadequate extrapolation of the population dynamics to abundances below 0.
Mean near-reef (<4 km offshore) abundances of tuna larvae in the Coral Sea (range 20-120 larvae/100 [m.
albopictus) in a state park was recently documented for the first time in Denton County (Bolling, Kennedy, & Zimmerman, 2005) in north central Texas; however, the abundance of the mosquito was not monitored.
According to the model, FUSE observed low amounts of deuterium within 100 light-years of the sun because that region has a high abundance of carbon dust that's been undisturbed for millions of years, Linsky says.
Symposium on Cosmic Abundances as Records of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis.
We review how hydrologic conditions have been associated with mosquito abundances and mosquitoborne disease transmission and discuss the advantages of different measures of hydrologic variability.
Indeed, sediment trap samples often contain foraminiferal abundances implying a "rainfall" of several hundred to several thousand individual tests per square meter per day.