depletion : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of decreasing something markedly
- n the state of being depleted
- More important it is likely that the domestic depletion allowance will be abolished or substantially reduced.
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- For as Tabazadeh and her colleagues have shown, volcanic eruptions do speed up the rate of ozone depletion--but only because their emissions combine with industrial pollution to .
News & Articles
- Satellite data will be essential to future of groundwater, flood and drought management
New satellite imagery reveals that several areas across the US are all but certain to suffer water-related catastrophes, including extreme flooding, drought and groundwater depletion. A new report underscores the urgent need to address these current and rapidly emerging water issues at the national scale in the U.S.
June 13, 2013 - Science Daily
- Bill Clinton in USA Today
Clinton told students that while they are graduating in a "culturally diverse and creative time," they also face a world marred by "inequality, insecurity, and - because of climate change and resource depletion - unsustainability."
- Tiki Barber in Forbes
That's just the league, unfortunately,Giants halfback Tiki Barber said of the changes. "It takes one thing. For the Cowboys, it was Tony Romo providing a spark. For us, it's a depletion of some of our talent."
- Achim Steiner in Canoe.ca
Sudan's tragedy is not just the tragedy of one country in Africa,said Achim Steiner, executive director of the UNEP in a statement. "It is a window to a wider world underlining how issues such as uncontrolled depletion of natural resources...