95 Hardcover QH86 Previous studies have identified characteristics common to all, or at least most, tropical rain forests around the world, leading much of the public, and even non-specialist scientists to assume they are basically all the same.
What does TRF stand for?
TRF stands for Tropical Rain Forest
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We have 148 other meanings of TRF in our Acronym Attic
- Transitional Results Framework
- Translational Research Facility (various locations)
- Transport Research Facility
- Transportation Research Forum
- Travel Request Form
- Treatment Record Form (health care billing)
- Tribunal Regional Federal (Federal Regional Court; Brazil)
- Trident Refit Facility
- Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
- Tuned Radio Frequency
- Turbine Rear Frame (jet engine component)
- Turbine Research Facility
- Tutorial Request Form
- Thailand Research Fund-Alternative Activity Research
- TTAGGG Repeat Factor 1
- TBP-Related Factor 2
- Targeted Request for Application
- Tasmanian Regional Forest Agreement (Australia)
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Fujita demonstrates the wealth of biodiversity still surviving in the islands of tropical rain forest in West Africa, and the ability of new DNA analysis techniques to distinguish different species, even when they look alike.
The environmental conditions - high humidity, moderate year-round light levels and soil composed mostly of humus - in any tropical rain forest are vastly different than what exist as growing conditions in our New England homes during the depths of winter.
A North Bay environmental firm is hoping an ecotourism project in the tropical rain forests of Guyana will open doors to new opportunities in Latin and South America.
Before I began the lesson on oil pastels, I asked the students to bring in examples of tropical rain forest frogs from the Internet or from magazines.
We had our choice of sea and river kayaking, windsurfing, snorkeling, mountain biking, diving, caving and hiking in a tropical rain forest.
Luhr teams with contributors from the Smithsonian Institution to dissect various facets of each topic, including rocks, minerals, mountains, geological formations, tropical rain forests, clouds, and forces shaping Earth's surface, such as meteorite impacts, erosion, and soil deposition.
Developed by CSIRO's Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research in collaboration with other institutions and with the Rainforest Cooperative Research Centre, Australian Tropical Rain Forest Trees and Shrubs is a computer-based, interactive system on CD-ROM that almost anyone can handle.