nonindigenous

nonindigenous

(ˌnɒnɪnˈdɪdʒɪnəs)
adj
not indigenous or native to a place
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Called VASI (Amazonian Vision for an Integrated Sustainability), we have a shared vision to overcome differences--class, indigenous and nonindigenous, religion, gender, town, and geography--to create a sustainable future.
The occurrence of the rat lungworm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, in nonindigenous snails in the Gulf of Mexico region of the United States.
8% found in a cohort of nonindigenous, urban Guatemalans living in Villa Nueva (25), and it approaches the 43% obesity rate among Latino women living in the United States of America (26).
Many factors have contributed to impacts on Great Lakes fishes, including cultural eutrophication, contamination, and the introduction of nonindigenous and alien species that has contributed to the extinction ofnumerous native species (Mills et al.
This information is funneled to Schofield, who documents non-native marine fish occurrences for USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database.
With Asians making up the biggest nonindigenous minority group in New Zealand, another study looked at the family care-giving responsibilities of Asian nurses here, and how these affected their work and careers, and their intentions to stay in this country.
In his heyday, Pablo Escobar, the Colombian drug trafficker who ran a multibillion-dollar worldwide syndicate based in Medellin, built a zoo populated with zebras, hippos, giraffes and other nonindigenous animals imported at great cost to Colombia.
First record of the nonindigenous Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798 (Penaeidae) in the Caribbean Sea of Costa Rica, Central America, with observations on selected aspects of its reproductive biology.
One key aspect that they did not consider as a constraint to achieving the goals of harmony and respect that they promoted between indigenous and nonindigenous people was violence at macro and micro level that continues to the present day in Mexico.