CORINE

CORINE What is Corine used for? Coordination of Information on the Environment (CORINE) is a European programme initiated in 1985 by the European Commission, aimed …

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symbiosis

symbiosis What means symbiosis? symbiosis, any of several living arrangements between members of two different species, including mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. Both positive (beneficial) and …

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hyperreality

hyperreality / (?ha?p?r??l?t?) / noun plural -ties. an image or simulation, or an aggregate of images and simulations, that either distorts the reality it purports …

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citizenship

citizenship Citizenship is a relationship between an individual and a state to which the individual owes allegiance and in turn is entitled to its protection. …

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groundwater

groundwater What is groundwater explain? Groundwater is water that exists underground in saturated zones beneath the land surface. The upper surface of the saturated zone …

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snow

snow What is snow slang for? Snow means particles of frozen water vapor, a mass of this substance or something that resembles this substance, or …

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validation

validation What do we mean by validation? Validate, confirm, corroborate, substantiate, verify, and authenticate all mean to attest to the truth or validity of something. …

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vicariance

vicariance What are examples of vicariance? An example of vicariance is the separation of marine creatures on either side of Central America when the Isthmus …

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geodesy

geodesy What is geodesy and why is it important? Geodesy is the science that accurately measures and understands our planet’s geometric shape, its orientation in …

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morphodynamics

morphodynamics Morphodynamics is the process by which morphology affects hydrodynamics in such a way as to influence the further evolution of the morphology itself (e.g., …

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