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agriculture
The science or practice of preparing the soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.
assumption
A fact or statement taken for granted.
biomass
Living matter.
control
A control is something used for comparison when checking the results of an experiment.
dissipate
To break up and scatter or vanish.
duration
The time during which something exists or lasts.
elevation
The height above sea level.
extinguish
To bring to an end.
groundwater
Water that sinks into the soil and is stored underground.
hypothesis
An unproven idea that is accepted for the time being and is often tested during a scientific study.
indirect
Not straightforward and open; not directly aimed at.
mean
The average in a set of numbers.
native
Living or growing naturally in a particular region.
precipitation
Rain, hail, snow, mist, or sleet.
species
A class of individuals having common attributes and designated by a common name.
analyze
To study or examine carefully.
average
The number determined by dividing the sum of two or more quantities by the number of quantities added.
constrain
To hold in or keep back by force.
deforestation
The action or process of clearing of forests. Deforestation happens when a forest is destroyed and the area previously occupied by the trees is used for other purposes.
drought
A period of dry weather with little or no rain.
ecosystem
Community of plants and animal species interacting with one another and with the nonliving environment.
evaporation
The process of converting water into vapor or fumes.
forestry
The science and management of growing trees and timber.
habitat
The place or environment where a plant or animal naturally or normally lives and grows.
hypothesize
To make an assumption to test its logical consequences.
intercept
To stop or interrupt the progress or intended course of something.
mitigation
Action taken to cause something to be less harsh, hostile, or severe.
nutrient
A substance that plants, animals, and people need to live and grow.
rural
Outside of the city.
variable
Something that is able or apt to vary.
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