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Anthropogenic biomes
also called "anthromes" or "human biomes"

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  1. For more than a century, the biosphere has been described in terms of global ecosystem units called biomes, which are vegetation types like tropical rainforests and grasslands that are identified in relation to global climate patterns

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 13, 2009
  2. Now that humans have fundamentally altered climate systems and global patterns of ecosystem form, process, and biodiversity, it is time to remap the terrestrial biosphere to include ecological patterns produced by humans

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  3. describe the terrestrial biosphere in its contemporary, human-altered form using global ecosystem units defined by global patterns of sustained direct human interaction with ecosystems, offering a new way forward for ecological research and education

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