perturbance


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Related to perturbance: ameliorating, conferred, exultation, underwent, waylaid
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This is distinguished from perturbance which is defined as the social process of actors coming together to adjust organizational practice to fit with the changing environmental context.
Fluvial perturbance in the western Amazonian river basin: regulation by long-term sub-Andean tectonics.
Constructivists, by contrast, tend to regard emotions as primitive knowing systems and deliberately attend to, explore or amplify emotional processes in the interest of better understanding and more effectively transforming, painful patterns of perturbance.
Of all the physicochemical analyses evaluated, Biochemical Oxygen Demand indicated perturbance effects in this freshwater ecosystem.