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ID: 300386007
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/aat/300386007

 

Record Type: concept
hypoxia (environmental condition) (physicochemical processes, <processes and techniques by specific type>, Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name))

 

Note: The condition of low oxygen; it is typically defined as a level below 20.9% in an atmospheric environment and in the range between 1%-30% saturation in an aquatic environment. Hypoxic conditions are detrimental to living organisms. In a conservation context, hypoxia may be deliberately induced as a means of preservation of materials or pest control. For the extreme condition in which oxygen is below 0.1% or absent, use "anoxia." For a medical condition characterized by low blood oxygen, use "anoxemia," for which "hypoxemia" is a used for term.
 
Terms:
hypoxia (environmental condition) (preferred,C,U,English-P,D,U,U)
Hypoxie (C,U,German,UF,U,U)
low oxygen (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
low-oxygen (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
hypoxic (environmental condition) (C,U,English,AD,U,A)

Facet/Hierarchy Code:  K.KT

Hierarchical Position:

Hierarchy of Activities Facet
Activities Facet
Hierarchy of Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name)
.... Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name) (G)
Hierarchy of <processes and techniques by specific type>
........ <processes and techniques by specific type> (G)
Hierarchy of physicochemical processes
............ physicochemical processes (G)
Hierarchy of hypoxia (environmental condition)
................ hypoxia (environmental condition) (G)

Related concepts:
distinguished from ....  anoxemia
..................................  (medical condition, health-related concepts, ... Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)) [300391458]
distinguished from ....  anoxia (environmental condition)
..................................  (physicochemical processes, <processes and techniques by specific type>, Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name)) [300379453]

Sources and Contributors:
hypoxia (environmental condition)............  [VP Preferred]
........................................................  Chen et al, Hypoxia in the East China Sea (2007)
........................................................  Ellis, Glossary of Paper Conservation Terms (1998)
........................................................  Jorgensen and Fath, Encyclopedia of Ecology (2008)
........................................................  MFA Conservation and Art Material Encyclopedia Online: CAMEO (2005-)
........................................................  Nilsson and Östlund-Nilsson, Hypoxia in Paradise, Biological Sciences (2004)
........................................................  Oxford English Dictionary Online (2002-)
........................................................  Van Nostrand Reinhold Encyclopedia of Chemistry. 4th ed. (1984)
hypoxic (environmental condition)............  [VP]
........................................................  Oxford English Dictionary Online (2002-)
Hypoxie............  [VP]
.................  MFA Conservation and Art Material Encyclopedia Online: CAMEO (2005-)
low oxygen............  [GCI Preferred, VP]
.......................  AATA database (2002-)
.......................  Ellis, Glossary of Paper Conservation Terms (1998)
.......................  Van Nostrand Reinhold Encyclopedia of Chemistry. 4th ed. (1984)
low-oxygen............  [VP]
.......................  Chen et al, Hypoxia in the East China Sea (2007)
 
Subject: .....  [GCI, VP]
............  AATA database (2002-)
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Chen et al, Hypoxia in the East China Sea (2007)
.......... Ellis, Glossary of Paper Conservation Terms (1998)
.......... Jorgensen and Fath, Encyclopedia of Ecology (2008)
.......... MFA Conservation and Art Material Encyclopedia Online: CAMEO (2005-)
.......... Oxford English Dictionary Online (2002-)

 

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