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the anthropocene

noun [S]
 
 
/ˈˌænt.θrəʊ.pəʊˌsɪːn/ US  /-θrə.pə-/
the time from the 18th century until now, in which you can see the effect that people have had on the environment and climate (= weather conditions)
人类世(由于人类活动引起环境和气候变化的时期(18世纪至今))
PrehistoryGeology - general words
Translations of “the anthropocene”
in Chinese (Traditional) 人類世(人類活動引起環境和氣候變化的時期(18世紀至今))…
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