broadscale

broadscale

(ˈbrɔːdˌskeɪl)
adj
on a broad scale; extensive; spread over a wide area
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Broadscale application of zinc phosphide bait is the only method available to growers to control mice in their paddocks.
Thanks to the fact that the operation to save Syria and the liberation of Syrian land from terrorists have been completed, there is no longer a need for broadscale combat strength," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
Broadscale patterns across all of the species suggest that parasitic species (Caligus rogercresseyi, Lernaea cyprinacea, Lepeophtheirus salmonis) generally express fewer MWS opsins, free-living species express MWS opsins from at least two of the identified clades, and the three harpacticoid species that inhabit shallow intertidal pools (77-griopus californicus, Tigriopus japonicas, Tigriopus kingsejongensis) express MWS opsins from all three clades.
It would seem, then, that if our own internal requirements shut down GPS regularly, we need a better alternative than the MON designed only for broadscale emergencies.
By delving into two examples from the Obama administration, the discussion below illuminates how agencies have leveraged the tools of statutory interpretation to underwrite broadscale access to economic goods without clear congressional authorization.
Broadscale Assessment of Aquatic Species and Habitats, in 3 AN ASSESSMENT OF ECOSYSTEM COMPONENTS IN THE INTERIOR COLUMBIA BASIN AND PORTIONS FOR THE KLAMATH AND GREAT BASINS 1057, 1093 (Thomas M.
Broadscale variability in tree data of the historical Public Land Survey and its consequences for ecological studies.
Previous studies of the movements of dolphinfish have focused either on broadscale migrations or on movements in highly specific contexts.
Gradually, from the mid-1950s onwards, broadscale planned burning programs were introduced into the Victorian landscape (Fig.
Truth is, most of the "counterculture" avatars of 1968 were from a small elite cluster of college kids; the real broadscale breakdown in traditional mores occurred in the 1970s.
Furthermore, the recorded transects can be used to quantify habitat characteristics on a fine and broadscale (Spencer et al.