area of potential pollution

area of potential pollution
  1. ареал потенциального загрязнения

 

ареал потенциального загрязнения

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area of potential pollution
Area which is supposedly causing dangers to human health and environment. (Source: ECHO2)
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Тематики

  • охрана окружающей среды

EN

  • area of potential pollution

DE

  • Verdachtsfläche

FR

  • zone de pollution potentielle


Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии. . 2015.

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