Bay (n) a small area of sea or ocean
that is partially enclosed by land.
Beach (n) the sandy area of the
shore of a lake or ocean.
Bedrock (n) the solid rock under
the surface layer (such as soil or sand) of the Earth.
Biogeochemical (adj) - refers to the recycling chemistry between plants, animals and the earths sediments.
Biology (n) - the science of life and
Biome (n) - a complex of ecological communities characterized by distinctive vegetation and climate.
Biomass (n) a renewable source of
energy that comes from burning wood, garbage, plants and animal
Bioremediation (v) - the use of microorganisms and/or plants to decontaminate polluted water and soil.
Biosphere (n) - the part of the world in which life can exist.
Bog (n) a wetland that is mostly
covered with decomposing plants and other organic material.
Brackish water (n) a mixture of
fresh water and salt water.