Biosphere

Biosphere,

Definition of Biosphere:

  1. Part of the Earths surface and atmosphere that contains the entire terrestrial ecosystem, and extends from ocean depths to about six kilometers (3.7 miles) above sea level. Not precisely demarkable, it contains all living organisms and what supports them soil, subsurface water, bodies of water, air and includes hydrosphere and lithosphere. Also called ecosphere.

  2. The regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of the earth (or analogous parts of other planets) occupied by living organisms.

Synonyms of Biosphere

Earth, Gaea, Ge, Tellus, Terra, Aerosphere, All that lives, Atmosphere, Biochore, Biocycle, Biota, Biotope, Brawn, Ecosphere, Fiber, Flesh, Flora and fauna, Gaseous envelope, Geography, Geosphere, Globe, Lift, Living matter, Living nature, Mother earth, Noosphere, Organic matter, Organic nature, Organized matter, Plasm, Terra, Terrestrial globe, The blue planet, This pendent world, Tissue, Vale, Vale of tears, Welkin, Whole wide world, World

How to use Biosphere in a sentence?

  1. All the living organisms of the biosphere interact constantly, within a closed system that evolved to be self-healing, strong and enduring.
  2. The totality of living organisms is the biosphere, although this term is also used to denote the environment inhabited by living organisms.
  3. A skydiver last year claimed that he jumped from outer space to earth when really he just jumped from the biosphere to earth which allowed his fall by gravity.
  4. The widespread implementation of energy sources which are not based upon petrolium will certainly have a long-range effect on the entire biosphere .

Meaning of Biosphere & Biosphere Definition