Glossary E

The Environmental Glossary. Letter E +++ 'Entire', 'Environment', 'Estimate'

Social engagement is related to participation in collective activities.

A method of measuring the social engagement is the quantifiable volume of activity. The picture below shows the common work of a community by pushing a stranded tractor back to their property. You can see on the left three hard pushing men, while on the right two who are not very much engaged in this common project.

Newtopia tractor pushing
Newtopia tractor pushing (screenshot from TV series



An Engine Shutdown is Engine Shutdown is the automatic or voluntary shutoff of the Tractor engine after a
- Enhanced greenhouse effect : An Enhanced greenhouse effect is the concept that the natural greenhouse effect has been enhanced by anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases.
An Enhanced oil recovery is Removal of some of the heavy oil left in an oil Well after primary and secondary recovery. See primary oil recovery, secondary oil recovery.
An enrolled bill is the final, certified bill sent to the President; House and Senate versions of a bill must match exactly in order to be enrolled.
An Ensiling is the process of creating Silage via Anaerobic fermentation.
An Enteric fermentation is a digestive process by which carbohydrates are broken down by Microorganisms into simple molecules for Absorption into the bloodstream of an animal.
An entire is Being whole, not convoluted or divided into distinct spatial parts. In EMAP, this property affects the precision of certain sample statistics. (See related: fragmented.)
An environment is "The sum of all external conditions affecting the life, development, and survival of an organism" (EPA 1992, 11). (See related: habitat.)

Environmental is a term derived from the animal's environment, bedding, housing, etc.