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(ecology) the transformation or adaptation of the environment to meet the needs of humans, or by human activity.

Example sentences with "anthropization", translation memory

Karl-Heinz Florenz' report is exhaustive, proving that scientific data are sufficient in order to make firm political decisions and initiate concrete actions not only at European level, but also at a global level, for drastically reducing the anthropic phenomena responsible for the climate change and mitigate their effects.
'I hate to be anthropic about this,' he said to the strange thing behind the desk at the Resettlement Advice Centre on Pintleton Alpha, 'but I'd quite like to live somewhere where the people look vaguely like me as well.
Our data illustrate that anthropically disturbed areas devoid of cover, such as mined peatlands and agricultural fields, disrupt the ability of frogs to reach habitat patches and are likely explanations to their reduced abundance patterns in such environments.
In this way we can recognize the possible naturals or anthropics transformations.
• Management of research on the cumulative impact of anthropic pressures (stress) on aquatic ecosystems
Differing rates of development and growing inequality in opportunity and resource distribution in geographical, social and generational terms, increasing climate change (for which humans are partly to blame) and the associated increase in natural disasters, increased environmental pollution, imbalanced anthropic pressure concentrated in large urban areas, and uneven population growth in some areas of the planet, have led to a rising number of humanitarian disasters in which aid takes on an essential role in restoring basic living conditions and human dignity.
Because of important past anthropic perturbations, green oak old-growth forests are very unfrequent and constitute, for that reason, a most interesting domain where to analyze the natural evolution of green oak stands.
Continental hydrology using space observation: measuring water level fluctuations of continental lakes, major rivers and flood plains by satellite altimetry, measuring fluctuations in water storage in soils, underground reservoirs and snow pack by space gravimetry and link with climatic variability and anthropic effects.
It comprises the features of a territory with all its natural and anthropic elements, as well as the sentiments and emotions which are aroused when contemplating them.
The scientific proof is unquestionable. Karl-Heinz Florenz' report is exhaustive, proving that scientific data are sufficient in order to make firm political decisions and initiate concrete actions not only at European level, but also at a global level, for drastically reducing the anthropic phenomena responsible for the climate change and mitigate their effects.
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