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ecocatastrophe

noun eco·ca·tas·tro·phe \ˌē-(ˌ)kō-kə-ˈtas-trə-fē, ˌe-(ˌ)kō-\

Definition of ECOCATASTROPHE

:  a major destructive upset in the balance of nature especially when caused by the action of humans

First Known Use of ECOCATASTROPHE

1969

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