Anthropogenic meaning

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Having its origin in the influence of human activity on nature.
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Caused by man, as air pollution.
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Caused or influenced by humans. Anthropogenic carbon dioxide is that portion of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that is produced directly by human activities, such as the burning of fossil fuels, rather than by such processes as respiration and decay.
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Of or relating to anthropogenesis.
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Of anthropogenesis.
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The definition of anthropogenic is something that is made by humans.

An example of something that could be considered anthropogenic are excessive greenhouse gasses.

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Caused by humans.

Anthropogenic degradation of the environment.

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Pertaining to the origin of man, or anthropogeny.
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Origin of anthropogenic

  • anthropo- +‎ -genic, attested 1889.

    From Wiktionary