Deutsch: Bedingung / Español: Condición / Português: Condição / Français: Condition / Italiano: Condizione /

A condition is the distribution of scores describing resource attributes without respect to any societal value or desired use, that is, a state of being. (New term l993.)

Description

Condition in the Environment context refers to the state or quality of the natural surroundings and the impact of various factors on the ecosystem. It includes the health and stability of ecosystems, such as air quality, water quality, biodiversity, and climate. The condition of the environment is influenced by human activities, pollution, deforestation, habitat destruction, and climate change. Monitoring and assessing environmental conditions are crucial for sustainable resource management and conservation efforts.

Application Areas

Treatment and Risks

  • Implementing sustainable practices to improve environmental condition
  • Reducing pollution and waste generation
  • Regulating harmful activities and industries
  • Addressing climate change through mitigation and adaptation measures
  • Risks include habitat loss, species extinction, and adverse effects on human health

Examples

Similar Concepts and Synonyms

  • Environmental state
  • Ecological condition
  • Natural environment quality
  • Ecological health
  • Ecosystem status

Weblinks

Articles with 'Condition' in the title

  • Reference condition: Reference condition: A reference condition is the set of attributes of ecological resources that assist in identifying the location of a portion of the resource population along a condition continuum from the worst possible condition to the . . .
  • Environmental Conditions: With the Environmental Conditions we see a description of a physical medium (eg. air, water, soil, or sediment) or biological system expressed in terms of its physical, chemical, radiological, or biological characteristics
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE):: An American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE): is aSHRAE is an international organization that establishes standards for the uniform testing and rating of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and . . .
  • Conditional Registration: A Conditional Registration is Under special circumstances, the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) permits registration of pesticide products that is "conditional" upon the submission of additional data
  • Conditionally Exempt Generators (CE): A Conditionally Exempt Generators (CE) is Persons or enterprises which produce less than 220 pounds of Hazardous Waste per month. Exempt from most regulation, they are required merely to determine whether their waste is hazardous, notify . . .

Summary

Condition in the Environment context refers to the state and quality of the natural surroundings, impacted by various factors such as human activities, pollution, and climate change. Monitoring and assessing environmental conditions are essential for sustainable resource management and conservation efforts.

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