Glossary F

The Environmental Glossary. Letter F +++ Popular Articles: 'Function', 'Feeder', 'Fishery'

Facility in the environmental context refers to a physical or operational entity designed, constructed, or used for various purposes related to environmental management, conservation, or remediation. Facilities play a pivotal role in addressing environmental issues, including waste management, pollution control, and sustainable resource utilization. They encompass a wide range of structures, installations, and systems crucial to achieving environmental objectives.

factory ships are industrial-style ships used for the large-scale collection and processing of fish.

Deutsch: Grad Fahrenheit / Español: Grado Fahrenheit / Português: Grau Fahrenheit / Français: Degrê Fahrenheit / Italiano: Grado Fahrenheit

In the environment context, "Fahrenheit" refers to a temperature scale commonly used in the United States and a few other countries for measuring and expressing temperature. It is characterized by the use of degrees Fahrenheit (°F) as the unit of measurement. While the Celsius (°C) scale is more prevalent in scientific and international contexts, the Fahrenheit scale is still widely used in certain regions, especially in everyday weather reporting and discussions of environmental temperatures.

Deutsch: Fruchtfolge / Español: Rotación de cultivos / Português: Rotação de culturas / Français: Rotation culturale -/ Italiano: Rotazione delle colture

The term fallow may refer to any of the following:

A False Acceptance Decision Error is a result that occurs as a decision maker accepts the null hypothesis (baseline condition) when it is actually false; also can be referred to as a false negative decision error or a Type II error.

False Negative is the name of a result that occurs when the sample or environmental condition is reported not to contain an analyte, microorganism, etc., when the sample actually does.

A False Negative Decision Error is a result that occurs when the decision maker accepts the null hypothesis (baseline condition) when it is really false; also called a Type II error.

The False Positive is a result that occurs when a sample is reported to contain an analyte, microorganism, etc., when it actually does not contain the analyte.

A False Positive Decision Error is a result that occurs as a decision maker rejects the null hypothesis (baseline condition) when it is really true; also called a Type I error.

The False Rejection Decision Error is a result that occurs when a decision maker rejects the null hypothesis (baseline condition) when it is really true; also known as a Type I error. Occasionally may be called a false positive decision error.

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