Definition of aerosphere in English:

aerosphere

Line breaks: aero|sphere
Pronunciation: /ˈɛːrəsfɪə
 
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noun

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The body of air surrounding the earth; the atmosphere: the aerosphere influences both daily and seasonal movements of organisms
More example sentences
  • The capacity of radars to detect biological scatterers in the aerosphere has been known for 50 years.
  • The aerosphere represents one of three major components of the biosphere.
  • Bats feature prominently among organisms that occupy the aerosphere as they extensively use this environment for foraging.

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