anthropogenic interference in the landscape however goes back much further than that.
anthropogenic disturbance, e.g. severe burning.
anthropogenic climate warming will accelerate the natural process toward reduction in polar ice sheets.
anthropogenic pollutants in coastal areas.
anthropogenic methane emissions plays a pivotal role in the UK Government meeting its Kyoto targets.
anthropogenic in origin.
carbonaceous aerosols as an agent of anthropogenic forcing is one of the main features of our simulation.
Unit 1852 comprises unoriented heterogeneous fill with aggregates of poorly prepared building materials and anthropogenic debris.
The long-term data also yield important insights into the effects of anthropogenic disturbances such as fisheries exploitation and pollution.
occur due to anthropogenic impacts.
polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) could also be detected, derived from anthropogenic combustion sources.
scheduled monument to embrace evidence of anthropogenic significance.
Ideally it should be addressed by a refinement in the definition of a scheduled monument to embrace evidence of anthropogenic significance.
For example, do anthropogenic sulfur emissions lead to new particle formation or increase the mass of existing particles?
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