ecology

TOP-Thesaurus

"The TOP-Thesaurus defines standards for a functional approach to plant diversity by stabilizing the terminology for concepts widely used in ecology and evolution. TOP provides names, definitions, formal units and synonyms for more than 700 plant features: plant traits, environmental preferences and spatial distribution. TOP can be searched via: FACETED SEARCH, filtering the available information by grouping terms into facets; HIERARCHY SEARCH, providing a tree that progressively unfolds; INDEX, a complete alphabetical list of all concepts defined in TOP.

Environmental/Chemical thesaurus

"The Environmental/Chemical Thesaurus approaches scientific language control problems from a multidisciplinary view. The Environmental/Biomedical Terminology Index (EBTI) was used as a base for the present thesaurus. The Environmental/Chemical Thesaurus, funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, used as its source of new terms those major terms found in 13 Environmental Protection Agency data bases. The scope of this thesaurus includes not only environmental and biomedical sciences, but also the physical sciences with emphasis placed on chemistry.

Secretaria do Meio Ambiente Plano de Classificação

"Foram homologados, através da Resolução SMA – 6, de 8-2-2007, publicada no Diário Oficial de 10/02/2007, o Plano de Classificação e a Tabela de Temporalidade de Documentos das Atividades-Fim da Secretaria de Estado do Meio Ambiente. O Plano de Classificação de Documentos e a Tabela de Temporalidade de Documentos são os instrumentos básicos da Gestão Documental e resultam de um processo de análise que permite a identificação dos valores dos documentos, para fins de definição de seus prazos de guarda e destinação.

"The SMA - 6 Resolution of 8-2-2007, published in the Official Gazette of February 10, 2007, approved the Classification Plan and the Timetable of Documents of the Activities - End of the State Secretariat of the Environment The Document Classification Plan and the Temporary Document Table are the basic instruments of Document Management and are the result of a process of analysis that allows the identification of the values ​​of the documents for the purposes of defining their custody and destination deadlines.

Classification of the Biogeographical Provinces of the World

"This is a hierarchical system which consists of (1) biogeographic regions, i.e. major taxa; (2) biotic provinces withinthe regions. Further, each province is characterized by a (3) major biome or biome-complex. As discussed above, we re-name the first two items (biogeographical realm, biogeographical province)."

Biocomplexity Thesaurus

"Development of the Biocomplexity Thesaurus began in 2002-2003 through a partnership between the former USGS NBII Program and ProQuest (formerly CSA), a worldwide information company with more than 30 years experience as a leading bibliographic database provider. The original Biocomplexity Thesaurus, first made available online in 2003, was a merger of five individual thesauri:
* the CSA Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Thesaurus
* the CSA Life Sciences Thesaurus
* the CSA Pollution Thesaurus
* the CSA Sociological Thesaurus
* the CERES/NBII Thesaurus

"Development of the Biocomplexity Thesaurus began in 2002-2003 through a partnership between the former USGS NBII Program and ProQuest (formerly CSA), a worldwide information company with more than 30 years experience as a leading bibliographic database provider. The original Biocomplexity Thesaurus, first made available online in 2003, was a merger of five individual thesauri:
* the CSA Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Thesaurus
* the CSA Life Sciences Thesaurus
* the CSA Pollution Thesaurus
* the CSA Sociological Thesaurus
* the CERES/NBII Thesaurus

Environmental Applications Reference Thesaurus

"The EARTh terminological content is derived form various multilingual and monolingual sources of controlled environmental terminology: GEMET - GEneral Multilingual Environmental Thesaurus; The UNEP-Infoterra EnVoc thesaurus; the Italian Earth Sciences Thesaurus; EnvDev, the Terminological Bulletin for the Rio de Janeiro Conference on Environment and Development, plus other documents concerning specific sectors.

"The EARTh terminological content is derived form various multilingual and monolingual sources of controlled environmental terminology: GEMET - GEneral Multilingual Environmental Thesaurus; The UNEP-Infoterra EnVoc thesaurus; the Italian Earth Sciences Thesaurus; EnvDev, the Terminological Bulletin for the Rio de Janeiro Conference on Environment and Development, plus other documents concerning specific sectors.

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