The Environmental Glossary. Letter Z +++ 'Zoning'
A Zoning is the arrangement or partitioning of land areas for various types of usage in cities, boroughs or townships.
An Acute is used to describe disease where symptoms are readily evident. Treatment is generally required; . . . Read More
Analysis: In the environmental context, analysis refers to the process of examining and evaluating data . . . Read More
Mass: In the environmental context, mass generally refers to the amount of matter present in a given . . . Read More
An Inflammation is Swelling caused by the accumulation of lymph and blood Cells at the site of infection . . . Read More
The False Positive is a result that occurs when a sample is reported to contain an analyte, microorganism, . . . Read More
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An Acute Health Effect is an immediate (ie. within hours or days) effect that may result from exposure . . . Read More
A Cryptosporidium is a protozoan microbe associated with the disease cryptosporidiosis in man. The disease . . . Read More
In the environmental context, "capacity" generally refers to the ability of natural and social systems . . . Read More
Supply: In the environmental context, "supply" refers to the availability or provision of natural resources, . . . Read More
In the environmental context, an ocean is a large body of saltwater that covers more than 70% of the . . . Read More