Definitions

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  • adjective Biotically diverse; having a high degree of biodiversity

Etymologies

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bio- +‎ diverse

Examples

  • Here she is milking a cow in the summer of 1943 on the farm in Canada where my Scottish grandpa grew a variety of crops and raised cows, pigs, goats, chickens and who knows what else -- you know, the kind of biodiverse, small family farm we sustainable ag advocates are always going on about.

    Kerry Trueman: Got Mom?

  • Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?

    Mark Hyman, MD: Wild Fish? Farmed Fish? What Should We Eat?

  • And it's a cleaner, quieter, safer, more biodiverse way of doing things too.

    Stern's Rebuke

  • While humans have a long way to go towards living sustainably on this planet, millions of species – each with nearly 4 billion years of field testing – contain technological ideas to help us succeed in our all-important quest to become a sustainable species on a biodiverse planet.

    duh pookie

  • Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?

    Mark Hyman, MD: Wild Fish? Farmed Fish? What Should We Eat?

  • Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?

    Mark Hyman, MD: Wild Fish? Farmed Fish? What Should We Eat?

  • I'm now settling into a long term project looking at the Coral Triangle -- the most biodiverse marine ecosystem on the planet.

    James Morgan: Welcome to the Coral Triangle

  • Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?

    Mark Hyman, MD: Wild Fish? Farmed Fish? What Should We Eat?

  • I'm now settling into a long term project looking at the Coral Triangle -- the most biodiverse marine ecosystem on the planet.

    James Morgan: Welcome to the Coral Triangle

  • Are monoculture fish farms using sustainable practices enough, or just another form of monoculture crop that doesn't leverage biodiversity to restore healthy biodiverse living systems?

    Mark Hyman, MD: Wild Fish? Farmed Fish? What Should We Eat?

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