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Synonyms for anthropogenic

of or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beings

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The increasing production of food and energy worldwide has multiplied today's anthropogenic emissions of nitrogen compounds in the atmosphere, which are transported and deposited through precipitation on the terrestrial and aquatic systems.
In contrast, the observed warming lies within the range of CMIP5 All-Forcing simulations that include both anthropogenic and natural forcing (Fig.
Of course, the mainstream media are AWOL on this issue, since they've been lap dogs for the anthropogenic (human-caused) global-warming consensus chorus for more than two decades.
Despite the non-lethal nature of most anthropogenic sounds, acoustic stimuli can induce response behaviours such as increased alertness, avoidance and flight (Rabin et al.
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.
New records: ARGENTINA: Jujuy Province, Yuto (23[degrees]38'S, 64[degrees]28'W), Ledesma Department, XI-2012, CDC traps with white-light, anthropogenic environment, Veggiani Aybar & Dantur Juri coll.
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.
If she has any crucial piece of evidence to support catastrophic anthropogenic global warming let's hear it - no logical fallacies though
Anthropogenic influence on coastal ecosystems is increasing as our population grows.
Survey articles published in EOS in 2009 and Environmental Research Letters in 2013 conclude that more than 97 percent of climate scientists active in the field agree that the Earth is undergoing anthropogenic global warming.
The IPCC's claim, reached by using their projected modelling predictions, that the world is heading towards "catastrophic anthropogenic global warming" has fallen flat on its face.
It hints of Stalinism to try and silence one side of a debate on a matter of enormous public importance - the jury's still out on claimed global warming, whether anthropogenic or natural.