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Resource Partitioning

Science / Biology / Resource Partitioning: The division of resources such that a few dominant species exploit most of the available resources while other species divide the remainder; helps explain why a few species are abundant in a community while others are represented by only a few individuals.
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Resource Conservation And Development Program (RC and D)

Business / Agriculture / Resource Conservation And Development Program (RC and D): The RC&D program, initiated in 1962 under authority of Food and Agriculture Act of 1962 (P.L. 87-703), assists multi-county areas in enhancing conservation, water quality, wildlife habitat, recreation MORE

Resource Conservation And Recovery Act

Business / Real Estate / Resource Conservation And Recovery Act: Federal law administered by the EPA which regulates the generation, processing and transportation of hazardous waste. MORE

Resource

Technology / Computers / Resource: Generally, any item that can be used. Devices such as printers and disk drives are resources, as is memory. In many operating systems, including Microsoft Windows and the Macintosh operating system, t MORE

Renewable Resources

Business / Agriculture / Renewable Resources: Natural resources, sometimes called flow resources, that replenish themselves within time limits that permit sustained use, in contrast to nonrenewable resources. Congress recognized the renewable nat MORE

Partitioning

Technology / Cell Phones / Partitioning: Dividing a spectrum license into two or more geographic areas. MORE

Renewable Resource

Science / Marine Biology / Renewable Resource: A resource that can be replenished through natural processes within a human life span, if it is soundly managed. Compare nonrenewable resource. MORE