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bioenvironmental

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having to do with the relationship between the environment and living organisms: Bioenvironmental engineers are studying the effects of toxic chemicals on life in the area.

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the interactions between the environment and living organisms

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He's president of the Holy Cross Neighborhood Association, assistant director for external relations, the center for a bioenvironmental research at Tulane and Xavier Universities.

    CNN Transcript Dec 5, 2007

  • The most damning report came from an Air Force officer who served as the base†™ s bioenvironmental engineering flight commander three years ago.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • Stephanie Harley, 23rd MDG bioenvironmental flight commander.

    Valdosta Daily Times Homepage

  • One of the main players in dealing with possible threats and providing players with essential equipment is the 23rd Medical Group bioenvironmental flight, who works hand-in-hand with another essential base agency.

    Valdosta Daily Times Homepage

  • And retired L..Col. Darrin L. Curtis - a bioenvironmental engineer who served at Balad in

    Spokesman.com: Latest stories

  • The Airman, a bioenvironmental technician assigned to the 72nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, will begin training at least five to six hours per day, six days a week on various drills for the free, air and standard pistol events.

    Media Newswire

  • Air Force bioenvironmental engineers are experts in occupational and environmental workplace hazards.

    Latest Articles

  • That is also why retired Air Force bioenvironmental engineer Lt.Col. Darrin Curtis is not surprised by the problems many troops say they're having: He predicted it.

    Army Times - News

  • Concern about burn-pit exposure began when Military Times launched an investigation last October, citing a document from Air Force Lt. Col. Darrin Curtis, former bioenvironmental flight commander for Joint Base Balad in Iraq.

    Marine Corps Times - News

  • Air Force Lt.Col. Darrin Curtis, former bioenvironmental flight commander for Joint Base Balad, wrote in a memo dated Dec. 20, 2006:

    CounterPunch

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