disturbance 1. The act of disturbing. 2. The state of being disturbed; a commotion. 3. Something that disturbs. 4. An outbreak of disorder; a breach of public peace. 5. In meteorology: any cyclonic storm or low-pressure area, usually a small one. 6. In geology: a crustal movement of moderate int...
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(1) Partial or complete alteration of a community or an ecosystem by a biotic or abiotic factor. (2) Cyclonic low pressure system.
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any relatively discrete event in time that disrupts ecosystem, community, or population structure and changes resources, substrate availability, or the physical environment (Turner 1980:181).
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- activity that is an intrusion or interruption
- an unhappy and worried mental state
- a disorderly outburst or tumult
- a noisy fight
- the act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion
- (psychiatry) a psychological disorder of thought or emotion; a more neutral t...
When applied to Norris Geyser Basin, describes a basin wide or partial basin change in not only geyser and pool behavior but also water temperatures and chemistry. When a disturbance occurs, many dramatic changes can take place. Many previously quiet geysers and pools start erupting. Other pools bec...
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This has several applications. It can apply to a low or cyclone that is small in size and influence. It can also apply to an area that is exhibiting signs of cyclonic development. It may also apply to a stage of tropical cyclone development and is known as a tropical disturbance to distinguish it fr...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-tŭr′băns Definitions: 1. Deviation from, interruption of, or interference with a normal state.
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[film] ==Plot== Three children from an ostensibly perfect family attempt to come to terms with the breakup of their parents and the emergence of a Poltergeist that attacks them in their once friendly country farm house. ...
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[disambiguation] Description Russian Imperial Family Photo Source The Di Rocco Wieler Private Collection, Toronto, Canada Date 1860 Author LEVITSKY Sergei Lvovich (1819-98, Moscow) ...
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[geology] A disturbance is a linear zone of disturbed rock strata stretching for many miles across country which comprises a combination of folding and faulting. The British Geological Survey record a number of such features in South Wales including the Neath Disturbance, Pontyclerc Disturba...
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A force that causes significant change in structure and/or composition through natural events such as fire, flood, wind, or earthquake, mortality caused by insect or disease outbreaks, or by human-caused events, e.g., the harvest of forest products.
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1) Activity 2) Brouhaha 3) Cataclysm 4) Commotion 5) Confusion 6) Disorder 7) Disruption 8) Distraction 9) Free-for-all 10) Furore 11) Fuss 12) Hullabaloo 13) Interference 14) Interruption 15) Ma...
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