Thesaurus / soil


To take care of the problem for real, the firefighters on the ground might cut down the tree, and break it up, and stir up the soil to make sure everything is out, and dig lines around it.
The US, through a government initiative called Operation Warp Speed, has already spent more than $5 billion to get drug makers to manufacture vaccines on its soil.
“This entire biosphere of cells, equivalent in size to the world’s soils, hardly has enough energy to survive,” said James Bradley, a geobiologist at Queen Mary University of London and the lead author of the new modeling study.
Instruments on the rover and lander will test Mars’ soil composition and magnetic and gravitational fields and will probe Mars’ interior.
The Water Authority said its sales earlier this year dropped 14 percent, in part because Southern California had a really nice, wet winter, meaning the reservoirs and soils aren’t as parched as they have been during past droughts.
An exciting component of the rover will be a specialized drill that will collect rock and soil samples to be cached on the surface of Mars.
Researchers have suggested using lunar soil to make concrete or cement.
At this depth, the soil temperature is near that of the yearly average air temperature for that location.
This soil scientist works at Washington State University in Pullman.
I was quantifying the amount of DNA from microbes in soil samples.


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