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Am·a·zo·ni·an

 (ăm′ə-zō′nē-ən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the Amazon River or to Amazonia.
2. Characteristic of or resembling an Amazon.
3. often amazonian Strong and aggressive. Used of women.

Amazonian

(æməˈzəʊnɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Amazon river, the land around it, or the inhabitants of this land

Am•a•zo•ni•an

(ˌæm əˈzoʊ ni ən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to an Amazon.
2. (often l.c.) (of a woman) of or like an Amazon in size, strength, or forcefulness.
3. pertaining to the Amazon River or Amazonia.
Translations

Amazonian

[ˌæməˈzəʊnɪən] ADJamazónico

Amazonian

[æməˈzəʊniən ] adj [jungle, rainforest, Indian, town] → amazonien(ne)

Amazonian

[æməˈzəʊnɪən] adjamazzonico/a
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Project goal: Acquiring data about how threatened the Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) is in the Amazon basin
Tigre evaluates the unique international agreement among the South American nations of the Amazon Basin to form a legal stewardship arrangement for their shared environment, and looks at the prospects for regional law and international cooperation to define sustainable development in Amazonia.
WASHINGTON * Catholic leaders are calling for governments to protect the territorial rights of indigenous people suffering eviction from their lands and pollution of their water because of mining and oil operations in the Amazon basin.
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The project team determines soil respiration and soil chemistry on terra firme (non-inundated land), always juxtaposing forested land with post-forest land use in the Amazon basin.
Among rainforest areas, the Amazon basin is of particular interest in this context because it influences precipitation and carbon cycles at global and regional scales (Cox et al.
7 million tons of dust per year -- enough to fill 104,980 semi trucks -- fall to the surface over the Amazon basin.
The Dubai Rainforest is planned to recreate the natural environment experienced in the heart of the deepest rainforests, which cover 6% of the earth's surface with plant species chosen in collaboration with experts in the flora of the Amazon Basin.
Construction has begun on a giant observation tower in the heart of the Amazon basin to monitor climate change, reports BBC.
The weakly electric black ghost knifefish of the Amazon basin has inspired Northwestern University's Malcolm MacIver and an interdisciplinary team of researchers to develop agile fish robots that could lead to a vast improvement in underwater vehicles used to study fragile coral reefs, repair damaged deep-sea oil rigs or investigate sunken ships.
Data on hantaviruses in Peru are sparse and confined to the Loreto Region in the northern Amazon Basin (Figure 1), where a 1996 study of rodents showed a 20% prevalence of IgG to hantaviruses and the identification of a Rio Ma-more-like hantavirus from Oligoryzomys microtis rodents (2).
In March 2011, PDVSA and Bolivia's state-owned YPFB agreed for their JV, PetroAndina, to speed up E&P investments in the northern region of La Paz in the Amazon Basin to tap conventional and non-conventional hydrocarbons as part of YPFB's $7.