ENG-ENG glossary of environmental terms
Thread poster: Charlotte Blank
Charlotte Blank  Identity Verified
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Dec 13, 2003

Hi all,

I happened to find this very exhaustive glossary on a Czech website:

http://www.enviweb.cz/?secpart=_eslovnik___

As far as I could see it seems to cover almost all fields (or really all of them?) related to environment.

Charlotte


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Mónica Machado
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EPA Glossary, I think Dec 14, 2003

Hi Charlotte,

Thanks. I think that glossary is the "Terms OF Environment" by EPA, at www.epa.gov/OCEPAterms. I have a copy of the EPA terms myself and these two seem to match.

Best regards,
Mónica Machado



[Edited at 2003-12-16 11:50]


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Viktor Nikolaev  Identity Verified
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EEA Glossary Dec 15, 2003

Take a look at this site also:

http://glossary.eea.eu.int/EEAGlossary

Best regards,

Viktor


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