Meaning Biosphere
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Part of the Earth where life is found. The biosphere consists of all living things, plant and animal. This sphere is characterized by life in profusion, diversity, and clever complexity. Cycling of ma [..]
Source: physicalgeography.net

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(by-oh-sfeer) [Gk. bios, life + sphaira, globe] The entire portion of Earth that is inhabited by life; the sum of all the planet's communities and ecosystems.
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Portion of the planet earth which supports and includes life.
Source: sis.nlm.nih.gov

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Sphere of life for all organisms on earth; it reaches only a few meters down into the ground, except for bacteria, several kilometres up in the air and down to the deepest point in water.
Source: euronuclear.org

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1899, from or modeled on German Biosphäre (1875), coined by German geologist Eduard Suess (1831-1914); see bio- + sphere.
Source: etymonline.com

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part of the Earth where life exists. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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That transition zone between earth and atmosphere within which most forms of terrestrial life are commonly found; the outer portion of the geosphere and inner or lower portion of the atmosphere.
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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taken together, the troposphere, oceans, and land surfaces where things live. Also called the Ecosphere.
Source: terrapsych.com

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The part of the Earth system comprising all ecosystems and living organisms, in the atmosphere, on land (terrestrial biosphere) or in the oceans (marine biosphere), including derived dead organic matter, such as litter, soil organic matter and oceanic detritus. [1]
Source: www3.epa.gov

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a reference to the totality of the earth surface and atmosphere that is inhabited by living organisms.
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The part of the Earth system comprising all ecosystems and living organisms, in the atmosphere, on land (terrestrial biosphere) or in the oceans (marine biosphere), including derived dead organic matt [..]
Source: biodiversitya-z.org

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n. all areas of the earth which are capable of supporting life. It includes all living organisms, big or small, as well as all the spheres (atmosphere, hydosphere, lithosphere) and systems (land, air, [..]
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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All parts of the earth's atmosphere and the earth where living organisms exist.
Source: psychologydictionary.org

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Regions of the Earth's crust and atmosphere that are occupied by living organisms.
Source: canadiangeographic.com

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Region of the land, water and air in which living organisms are found.
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the sumtotal of all organic life living on, in, or above Earth's surface. The part of the earth (air, water, rock) that supports life.
Source: seafriends.org.nz

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the zone of the earth, extending from its crust out into the surrounding atmosphere, which contains living organisms
Source: unep.or.jp

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A ‘biosphere’, also called an ‘ecospheres’, is a mostly closed ecosystem of a specific size that contains a mix of plants and animals that is completely self-sufficient.
Source: experiland.com

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the region on, below, and above the Earth's surface where life exists
Source: ontrack-media.net

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the living part - plants and animals - of the Earth. 
Source: gcsegeography.co.uk

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the life on Earth Burial
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The part of the Earth system comprising all ecosystems and living organisms, in the atmosphere, on land (terrestrial biosphere) or in the oceans (marine biosphere), including derived dead organic matt [..]
Source: climatehotmap.org

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(n) the regions of the surface and atmosphere of the Earth (or other planet) where living organisms exist
Source: beedictionary.com

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The portion of the Earth in which living systems occur.
Source: animals.sandiegozoo.org

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The virtual layer made up by all living organisms on Earth 
Source: aviso.altimetry.fr

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The portion of Earth and its atmosphere that can support life. The part (reservoir) of the global carbon cycle that includes living organisms (plants and animals) and life- derived organic matter (litter, detritus). The terrestrial biosphere includes the living biota (plants and animals) and the litter and soil organic matter on land, and the marin [..]
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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part of the earth system located between the geospehere and the atmosphere, in which life can exists.
Source: reekoscience.com

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the collective name for living organisms on the planet.
Source: environment.gov.au

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Refers to all life on Earth (plants, animals and micro-organisms).
Source: climatica.org.uk

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The biosphere is the part of the Earth System comprising all the living organisms in the atmosphere, on land (terrestrial biosphere) or in the ocean (marine biosphere), including derived dead organic [..]
Source: elic.ucl.ac.be

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all living things, from microbes to humans and everything in between.
Source: serc.carleton.edu

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The living part of earth, from the highest flying insect to the deepest oceanic trench worm
Source: makingthemodernworld.org.uk

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The life-supporting surroundings and its immediate atmosphere where interactions occur between the organisms and the environment.
Source: powerengineering.org

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The global realm of all living things.
Source: alpha.fdu.edu

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The portion of the Earth and its atmosphere that is capable of supporting life. 
Source: naturalstep.ca

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Thin stratum of the earth's surface and upper water layer containing the total mass of living organisms that process and recycle the energy and nutrients available from the environment.
Source: nap.edu

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1. The part of the earth and its atmosphere in which living organisms exist or that is capable of supporting life. 2. The ecosystem composed of the earth and the living organisms inhabiting it.
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The portion of Earth and its atmosphere that can support life.
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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The portion of Earth and its atmosphere that can support life.
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

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The portion of Earth and its atmosphere that can support life.
Source: ehso.com

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The region on land, in the oceans, and in the atmosphere inhabited by living organisms.
Source: nature.ca

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The portion of Earth and its atmosphere that can support life (Source: US EPA)
Source: epa.ie

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That part of the Earth’s environment that is occupied by living organisms (Anon, 2001).
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Part of the Earth system in which life can exist, between the outer portion of the geosphere and the inner portion of the atmosphere.
Source: earthobservatory.nasa.gov

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That part of a planet's outer shell -- including air, land, and water -- within which life occurs, and which biotic processes alter or transform.
Source: monsanto.com

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The part of the Earth’s crust inhabited by living organisms. The biosphere also includes the ocean.
Source: worldoceanreview.com

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The part of Earth's crust, water, and atmosphere where living organisms can survive.
Source: psrd.hawaii.edu

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refers to all the life present in a given system, integrating all the communities there, and generally separated from other environments. Often used to refer to Earth’s life in its entirety, the term can also apply to any closed, self-regulating system, such as an ecosystem. The deep biosphere constitutes all the life found starting several feet [..]
Source: metcalfinstitute.org

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Part of the Earth where life is found. The biosphere consists of all living things, plant and animal. This sphere is characterized by life in profusion, diversity, and clever complexity. Cycling of matter in this biosphere involves not only metabolic reactions in organisms, but also many abiotic chemical reactions. Also called ecosphere
Source: amyhremleyfoundation.org

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the zone between the earth and the atmosphere in which most life forms reside.
Source: sercc.com

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A volume including the lower part of the troposphere (as high as living organisms can fly or be lofted) and the surface of the earth including the oceans. This region, by definition, encompasses all t [..]
Source: shsu.edu

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The ecosystem of the entire planet.
Source: groups.molbiosci.northwestern.edu

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The biosphere is the part of the earth and its atmosphere in which living organisms exist. It includes everything living on Earth, including humans, animals, and insects. In other words, the biosphere [..]
Source: care4air.org

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the earth and all its ecosystems.
Source: edwardsaquifer.net

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 is the global sum of all ecosystems. It can also be termed the zone of life on Earth, a closed system (apart from solar and cosmic radiation and heat from the interior of the Earth), and largely [..]
Source: ecolifestyles.eu

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the part of Earth where life exists; includes all of the living organisms on Earth
Source: go.hrw.com

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the part of the Earth, including air, land, surface rocks, and water, within which life occurs, and which biotic processes in turn alter or transform.
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the zone of air, land and water at the surface of the earth that is occupied by living organisms; the combination of all ecosystems on Earth and maintained by the energy of the Sun; the interface betw [..]
Source: liquisearch.com

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That part of the Earth and its atmosphere in which organisms live. The portion of the erth in which living systems are encountered.
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the Earth's living organisms
Source: staff.ncl.ac.uk

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The transition zone between the earth and the atmosphere within which most terrestrial life forms are found. It is considered the outer portion of the geosphere and the inner or lower portion of the atmosphere.
Source: docuweather.com

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The transition zone between the earth and the atmosphere within which most terrestrial life forms are found. It is considered the outer portion of the geosphere and the inner or lower portion of the a [..]
Source: pepperridgenorthvalley.com

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The transition zone between the earth and the atmosphere within which most terrestrial life forms are found. It is considered the outer portion of the geosphere and the inner or lower portion of the a [..]
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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The transition zone between the earth and the atmosphere
Source: image.weather.com

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The part of the Earth and its atmosphere where life can exist.
Source: climate-risk-analysis.com

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The transition zone between the earth and the atmosphere within which most terrestrial life forms are found. It is considered the outer portion of the geosphere and the inner or lower portion of the atmosphere.
Source: 40north70west.com

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the part of the Earth and its atmosphere capable of supporting life the totality of living organisms and their environment
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The regions of the earth surface and atmosphere occupied by living organisms.
Source: rgs.org

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The part of the Earth system comprising all ecosystems and living organisms, in the atmosphere, on land (terrestrial biosphere) or in the oceans (marine biosphere), including derived dead organic matt [..]
Source: ipcc-data.org

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All life on Earth, plus their ecosystems and environments.
Source: celp.ca


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