Definition of Habitats

1. Noun. (plural of habitat) ¹



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Definition of Habitats

1. habitat [n] - See also: habitat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Habitats

habitan
habitance
habitances
habitans
habitant
habitants
habitat
habitat component
habitat type
habitation
habitational
habitationally
habitations
habitator
habitators
habitats (current term)
habited
habiting
habits
habitual
habitual abortion
habitual criminal
habituall
habitually
habitualness
habitualnesses
habituals
habituate
habituated
habituates

Literary usage of Habitats

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1. Environmental Indicators for Agriculture by Organisation for Economic Co-operation, SourceOECD (Online service), Development. (2001)
"Chapter 6 WILDLIFE habitats Context HIGHLIGHTS All land, ... Agricultural activities can impact on wildlife and their habitats directly by the conversion of ..."

2. OECD Environmental Performance Reviews by OECD., Lorents G. (FRW) Lorentsen, OECD Staff (2004)
"About 20% of species with habitats in the Swedish agricultural landscape ... 2.2 habitats Productive forest covers 55% of Sweden's land area. ..."

3. Research Methods in Ecology by Frederic Edward Clements (1905)
"is designated the method of nal tirai habitats. In contrast with this is the method of artificia! habitats, in which the habitat itself is definitely ..."

4. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"British Columbia is second only to Alaska in the population size of Marbled Murrelets and also in complexity of marine habitats used by these birds. ..."

5. Ecology, Diversity and Sustainability of the Middle Rio Grande Basin edited by Deborah M. Finch, Joseph A. Tainter (1996)
"gesting that migratory landbirds select different habitats during stopover. Selection could be species- specific based on our finding that certain species ..."

6. Monitoring Bird Populations by Point Counts edited by C. John Ralph, John R. Sauer, Sam Droege (1998)
"Passerine birds are a conspicuous element of Great Basin shrubsteppe habitats (Rotenberry and Wiens 1978, 1980; Smith and others 1984; Wiens and Rotenberry ..."

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