Definition of Ecosphere

1. Noun. The portion of the atmosphere from sea-level to about 4000 meters in which it is possible to breathe without technological assistance. ¹



2. Noun. the biosphere ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ecosphere

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Medical Definition of Ecosphere

1. 1. The region of space around a star that is considered able to support life. 2. The Earth, all of the organisms living on it, and all of the environmental factors which act on the organisms. (10 Nov 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecosphere

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ecosphere (current term)
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Literary usage of Ecosphere

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1. Smart Architecture by Ed van Hinte (2003)
"The EcoSphere* claims to be the first self-containing miniature world. ... Because the EcoSphere is a self-sustaining ecosystem, you never have to feed the ..."

2. Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology: Vol. 1: Philosophy of Nature edited by J. Odera Oruka (1996)
"One of the most significant discoveries of ecological research is the interdependence of ecosystems and the holistic nature of the ecosphere namely, ..."

3. Neither Created Nor Evolved: Living Joyously Without a Creator by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"Sterilization of the ecosphere simplifies it to a point that the expected ... Primordial atmosphere and ecosphere might have been the way Miller, Urey, ..."

4. Sea-Changes: American foreign policy in a world transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos (1990)
"This rise is mainly the consequence of the steady addition of carbon dioxide to the ecosphere, where it catalyzes the atmosphere into a “greenhouse” that ..."

5. Arsenic by Assembly Of Life Sciences, National Academies Press, Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1977)
"Little or no quantitative information is available regarding the fate of arsenicals in the ecosphere. so it is not possible to state with certainty whether ..."

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