Habitat
27 definitions

Habitat

The place where a population lives, including its living and non living surroundings.

Habitat

The place where a population lives and its surroundings, both living and non-living.

Habitat
"Habitat" means those state-owned bottomlands, tidal wetlands and coastal primary sand dunes which are subject to regulation under Subtitle III of this title.
Habitat

The area or type of environment in which a plant or animal normally lives or occurs.      

Habitat

A place that supports a plant or animal population because it supplies that organism’s basic requirements of food, water, shelter, living space, and security.

Habitat

The natural environment in a particular species of animal, plan or other organism lives, or the physical environment that surrounds a species population.

Habitat

The physical location or type of environment in which an organism or biological population lives or occurs.

Habitat

Habitat is that location where a plant or animal lives. Also, habitat includes areas that are or may be occupied by a threatened or endangered species.

Habitat

1. The environment in which the fish live, including everything that surrounds and affects its life, e.g. water quality, bottom, vegetation, associated species (including food supplies); 2. The locality, site and particular type of local environment occupied by an organism.

Habitat
"habitat": the place or environment where a particular organism, population, or species lives
About this term

Habitat has been defined 27 different ways in documents like IAQ Building Education and Assessment Model, FRTR Glossary, Code of Virginia, and 7 more.

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