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biologyn: the scientific study of life and the natural processes of living things
oceanographyn: the scientific study of oceans and other bodies of saltwater, including their physical, chemical, and biological characteristics, as well as their interactions with the atmosphere and land
absoluteadj: perfect or complete or to the most considerable degree possible
privilegen: a special right or advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because they are rich and powerful in a society
microben: a tiny living thing that can only be seen with a microscope and that may cause disease
basinn: a natural depression or valley that is circular or oval on the surface of the earth, especially one that has water in it; a container with a bowl form that is typically used to hold food or liquids
continentn: one of the earth’s large landmasses; (adjective) abstaining from your feelings, especially your desire to have sex
snugadj: comfortably warm and cozy; fitting tightly and comfortably; compact and efficient in design
spareadj: additional to what is necessary for ordinary use; (verb) to give time, money, space, etc. to someone
massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
ecosystemn: all the plants and living creatures in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment
continentaladj: of or relating to a continent (= one of the earth’s large landmasses)
marginn: the space around the edge of a page or document; (finance) the net sales minus the cost of goods and services sold
planktonn: tiny forms of plant and animal life that live in water or air on which other animals feed
emergev: to move out of or away from something and become visible
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star
vignetten: a brief or short descriptive account, episode, or story that focuses on a particular moment, person, or object; a small decorative design or illustration
aspectn: one part or feature of a situation, problem, subject, etc.
bumn: a person who is homeless or lives in poverty; a lazy, shiftless, or worthless person; a beggar; a person who spends time doing nothing productive
bewarev: to be cautious or careful about something or someone that may cause harm or danger
microscopicadj: tiny; exceedingly precise and detail-oriented; of or used in microscopy
abundantadj: present in great quantity
metabolismn: the set of chemical reactions in cells or organisms that are necessary for life-sustaining
seawatern: water from the sea or ocean, typically containing salt and various other dissolved minerals
definitelyadv: without any question and beyond doubt; clearly
oxygenn: the chemical element with the symbol O that is present in air and water and is necessary for people, animals, and plants to live
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
reliantadj: needing something or something to continue, to work correctly, or to succeed
labn: a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; a laboratory
compelv: to force or require someone to do something; to exert a strong, irresistible force or pressure that makes someone act in a certain way
bloomn: a flower, especially one having showy or colorful parts; the best time of youth
phytoplanktonn: tiny little plants that float on the surface of the water and on which sea creatures feed
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
incrediblyadv: in a way that is very difficult to believe; exceedingly or extremely
salmonn: a type of fish that is commonly found in the North Atlantic and North Pacific oceans
halibutn: a large, flat-bodied saltwater fish that is an important food source, particularly in North America and Europe
whalen: a very large sea mammal that has a streamlined body and breathes through a blowhole on the head; a very large person; impressive in size or qualities
upliftn: the process of raising land to a higher elevation, or the result of this process; (verb) fill with high spirits
topicn: a subject that is being discussed or written about
algaen: A simple plant that grows in or near water and lacks typical leaves and roots
toxinn: a poisonous substance produced by a living organism, such as a plant, animal, or microorganism; a chemical compound that can cause harm or illness to a living organism
contaminatev: to make something impure, unclean, or poisonous by contact or mixture
accumulatev: to collect or acquire a large number of things over a long period of time
shellfishn: water creatures that live in shells, especially one of the types that can be eaten
harvestn: yields of plants in a single growing season; the period of the year when gathering occurs on a farm
consumptionn: the amount used or eaten; the act of using up a resource such as energy, food, or materials
toxicadj: of or relating to or caused by a poison; poisonous
varyv: to become different in terms of size, shape, etc.
combinev: to join or merge to form a single thing or group
satelliten: an electronic device that is sent up into space and moves around the Earth or another planet, used for gathering information or communicating by radio, television, etc.
dronen: a low continuous humming noise; someone who takes more time than necessary; a pilot-less aerial vehicle that is operated by remote control
glidern: a light aircraft or small, unpowered plane that is designed to glide and soar through the air using natural winds and or thermal currents
surfv: to ride on or through waves while standing or lying down on a board or other object; to search or browse the Internet or other computer networks in a casual or aimless manner
zonen: a specific area, region, or section that is marked off or defined in some way
opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
seasickadj: feeling ill or nauseous as a result of being on a ship or boat that is moving or rocking back and forth in a rough sea; suffering from motion sickness
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
hard-wonadj: achieved with great effort, perseverance, or sacrifice; earned or gained only after overcoming significant obstacles or challenges
collaboratev: to work with someone else to produce or achieve something
predictv: to state beforehand that something will happen in the future, mainly based on knowledge or experience
tightadj: fixed, fastened, or kept together firmly or closely
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
oscillatev: to swing or move back and forth like a pendulum or a wave; to fluctuate or alternate between two points or states; to hesitate or be indecisive
strengthn: the quality or state of being physically, or sometimes mentally, strong
plotn: a secret plan or scheme to achieve a specific goal; the plan or main story of a literary work; (verb) to plan secretly, usually something illegal
anomalyn: something or someone that deviates from what is expected or normal, often in a way that is difficult to explain or understand
indexn: a list of items, such as names, subjects, or keywords, that is arranged in a particular order and is usually found at the end of a book or document; a number or symbol that indicates the value or level of something, such as a stock index or a temperature index
circulationn: the movement of blood through the body or of a fluid through a system; the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold
temperaturen: the degree of hotness or coldness of a thing or place
recruitv: to persuade someone to work for a company; to find new members for an organization, the armed forces, etc.
intrusionn: the act of entering a place or situation where one is not welcome or invited; the action or process of forcing a body of molten rock between or through existing formations without reaching the surface
invasiveadj: spreading very quickly, and often aggressively, and difficult to stop
crabn: a sea creature with two large claws and a flattened back (e.g., blue crab or king crab); a sour or grumpy person who is prone to complaining or criticizing
ecologyn: the study of the relationships between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment
economyn: the system by which a country or region produces manages, and distributes goods and services, including the money and finances involved in these activities; (of an airline) the lowest-priced, most basic option for seating in commercial travel
frequencyn: an ordered array of colors into which a light beam can be split
severityn: the quality or condition of being severe, strict, or harsh
illustratev: to provide pictures, photographs, diagrams, etc. in a book or something for explanation
modernadj: of or belonging to the present time or recent times
bodev: to be a sign or indication of a particular outcome or event in the future, can be positive or negative
economicaladj: providing a satisfactory return on the money, time, or effort; not using more money, fuel, etc. than necessary
fisheryn: an area of water where fish are caught in large quantities for living; a business or practice of catching and selling fish
marineadj: relating to the sea and the creatures and plants that live there
mammaln: any animal of which the female gives birth to live young, not eggs, and feeds her young on milk from her own body
resonatev: to be filled with a deep echoing sound
doomsdayn: the last day of the world when Christians believe that God will judge everyone; an unpleasant or disastrous event
talen: a story made up in someone’s imagination, especially one full of action and adventure
resilientadj: able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions
absolutelyadv: without restriction or limitation; completely or utterly
bouncev: to cause to move up or away after hitting a surface; to spring back
ignorev: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to
chainn: a series of connected links or objects; a system or group of interconnected elements; a restraint or shackle
pilgrimn: a person who journeys, especially a long distance, to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion
spotn: a particular location or place; a small round or roundish area, differing in color or feels from the surface around it
vastadj: enormous in size, number, amount, or quantity
swirlv: to move in a circular or spiral pattern
subtropicadj: describing a region or climate that is between tropical and temperate and often characterized by warm temperatures and moderate rainfall
gyren: a circular or spiral motion, particularly a vortex or large-scale system of rotating ocean currents
divev: to jump into the water with your head and arms going in first, or to move down to a deeper level underwater
sharkn: a long-bodied, mostly predatory marine fish that has sharp teeth and a pointed fin on its back; a person who is ruthless, greedy, and dishonest
chemistryn: the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
physicsn: the science of matter and energy and their interactions
seafloorn: the bottom of the ocean
tracev: to find or discover someone or something that was lost
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
genomen: the complete set or sequence of genes of a human, animal, plant, or other living things
revolutionn: a large-scale attempt to overthrow the government of a country, often using violence or war;
diversityn: the quality or fact of many different types of things or people being included in something; a range of different things or people
microorganismn: a very small living thing that may exist in its single-celled form or as a colony of cells and is too small to be seen without a microscope
contextn: the circumstances, facts, or conditions that surround a particular event, situation, or statement and that give it meaning
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
emergencen: the process or fact of coming into existence or becoming apparent
fingerprintn: a unique pattern of ridges and valleys on the surface of a finger that can be used to identify a person
iconn: a picture or statue of a holy person considered to be a sacred thing; a little icon on the screen of a computer or smartphone that denotes an application or a file
curven: a bend or angle in a line or surface that deviates from a straight or flat path; a gradual or smooth change in direction or shape
carbonn: a chemical element that can be found in pure form as diamond or graphite, and it is also an essential part of coal and oil and is found in all plants and animals
oxiden: a chemical compound that contains at least one oxygen atom and one other element
atmospheren: the mass of air that surrounds the Earth; the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work
unprecedentedadj: never having been seen, done, or known before
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
absorbv: to take in a fluid or other substance gradually
greenhousen: a building with walls and roof made chiefly of transparent material, such as glass, for growing plants in
emissionn: the act of production or sending out gas, heat, light, etc.
dotn: a very small circular mark, especially one that is printed
cruisen: a voyage on a large ship for pleasure; driving or traveling at a leisurely pace
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
fundamentaladj: forming an essential base or core from which everything else develops or is affected
declinev: to become gradually smaller, fewer, worse, etc.; to refuse to accept
phn: a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance, on a scale of 0 to 14, with seven being neutral, lower values indicating greater acidity, and higher values indicating greater alkalinity
shelln: hard outer covering or case of eggs, nuts, some seeds, and some animals
interactionn: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them
coraln: a rock-like substance created in the sea by groupings of specific types of small animals, commonly used in jewelry
reefn: a long chain or range of rocks or sand near the ocean’s surface
skimv: to read something quickly to get a general idea of its contents; to remove any unwanted or unnecessary material from the surface of a liquid; to glide smoothly or briefly over a surface
columnn: one of the vertical blocks that split content on a page or screen from top to bottom; an upright pillar that often supports an arch, entablature, or other structure or stands alone as a monument
profoundadj: extremely great; sensed or experienced very strongly; displaying a high level of knowledge or comprehension
genuineadj: real and exactly; not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed
acidificationn: the act or process of becoming acid or making something become acid
eutrophicationn: the process by which a body of water becomes enriched with excess nutrients (usually from agricultural runoff or sewage), resulting in an overgrowth of algae and other aquatic plants, which can eventually cause oxygen depletion and the death of other organisms in the water
meltv: to turn from something solid into something soft or liquid as a result of heating
polaradj: relating to, or close to, the North or South Pole; characterized by complete opposites
expansionn: the process of becoming larger or more extensive, or the result of this process
pollutionn: the introduction of harmful substances or waste into the natural environment that causes adverse change
biodiversityn: the number and variety of plants and animals that exist in a particular area or the world and make a balanced environment
overfishingn: the removal of too many fish from a body of water, causing a decline in population levels and harm to the ecosystem
gradn: (informal for graduate) a student who has recently graduated or is about to graduate from a school, college, or university
pitchn: the property of sound that varies with variation in the frequency of vibration; the degree of a slope, especially of a roof; short presentation for selling or sharing something
immenseadj: extremely large or great
sustainedadj: lasting for a long time or continuing for a long time without becoming weaker or less intense
observationn: the act or activity of carefully examining or monitoring something or someone
moraladj: concerned with the principles of what is right and wrong, fairness, honesty, etc.
imperativeadj: very important or requiring attention or action
witnessn: a person who sees something happen, especially a crime or an accident
inflictv: to cause harm, injury, or suffering to someone or something
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
adaptv: to make fit for or change to suit a new purpose or environment
enactv: to make a law; to put something into practice
tiern: one of a series of rows or levels arranged one above the other, typically used to describe the arrangement of objects or levels of importance
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
portfolion: a collection of work, documents, or other materials that demonstrate a person’s skills, qualifications, or achievements; a collection of investments held by a person or organization
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
ancientadj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
sustainv: to supply enough of what somebody or something needs to survive or exist; to accept as valid
analogyn: a comparison between similar things that have similar aspects, often used to help explain a principle or concept
assumev: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance
fueln: a substance that is typically burned to generate heat or energy
collapsev: to fall down or give way suddenly, often after breaking apart
arcticadj: of or relating to the region around the North Pole or the Arctic Ocean; very cold
nurturev: to take care of, feed, and protect someone or something while they are growing and developing
quotev: to repeat or reproduce the words or statement of someone else, often acknowledging the source; to give an estimated cost or price for goods or services
heron: a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities; a character in literature or history who is central to the plot and who exhibits heroic qualities
slidev: to move or cause to move smoothly along a surface without interruption
appropriateadj: suitable or proper in the circumstances; fitting

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