371 examples of Abundant in a sentence
That means that in terms of biomass, insects are more
than we are, and we're not on a planet of men, but we're on a planet of insects.
Really the Sahara Forest Project is a model for how we could create zero-carbon food,
renewable energy in some of the most water-stressed parts of the planet as well as reversing desertification in certain areas.
Now "kindness" might sound like a very mild word, and it's prone to its own
Stories like this, signs like this, are practical tools in a world longing to bring compassion to
images of suffering that can otherwise overwhelm us.
Well I certainly believe that it's far too valuable and far too
to keep putting back in the ground or certainly send up in smoke.
Now we know room air is gloriously free, it is abundant, and it's already 21 percent oxygen.
For example, these tuna that were once so
in the North Sea are now effectively gone.
Because, obviously, an animal that is very abundant, before it gets extinct, it becomes rare.
So you don't lose
It is about taking that which was scarce and making it
And if we have
energy, we also have
And what's really important about dental calculus is that it fossilizes just like the rest of the skeleton, it's
in quantity before the present day and it's ubiquitous worldwide.
We now know those tiny cells are the most
photosynthetic organisms on earth.
Believe it or not, these are the most
vertebrates on earth and many are so small that a dozen could fit in this one tube.
This picture is of a bacterium that happens to be the single most
photosynthesizer on our planet.
Anyway, I was really delighted to receive the invitation to present to you some of my music and some of my work as a composer, presumably because it appeals to my well-known and
This had been the most
bird in the world that'd been in North America for six million years.
Of course, drugs were
So the optimistic note, great point that I want to leave you with is that the plain facts of the machine age are becoming clear, and I have every confidence that we're going to use them to chart a good course into the challenging,
economy that we're creating.
I used to live in Chicago where there was
And that's because when we're looking for pancreatic cancer, we're looking at your bloodstream, which is already
in all these tons and tons of protein, and you're looking for this miniscule difference in this tiny amount of protein.
That difference between our ancestral past and our
present is the reason that Dr. Yoni Freedhoff of the University of Ottawa would like to take some of his patients back to a time when food was less available, and it's also the reason that changing the food environment is really going to be the most effective solution to obesity.
Sperm, on the other hand, is
and cheap, so it makes more sense for males to have a more-sex-is-better strategy when it comes to siring members of future generations.
They are the smallest and most
photosynthetic cell on the planet.
So over the years, we and others, many others, have studied Prochlorococcus across the oceans and found that they're very
over wide, wide ranges in the open ocean ecosystem.
in what are called the open ocean gyres.
So over the years, as we were studying them and found how
they were, we thought, hmm, this is really strange.
How can a single species be so
across so many different habitats?
But the ants are so
and diverse in the tropics that there's a lot of competition.