Sometimes called “carrying capacity,” it means all the bears the country can support.
Air has but 1⁄770 the specific gravity of water, so that a balloon must be enormous to have any carrying capacity worth while.
But even then the carrying capacity must of necessity be limited.
The population was thereby reduced to correspond to the carrying capacity of each pool in the stream bed.
Inflated with hydrogen, it had a carrying capacity of seventy tons.
No legitimate commerce was suggested by her appearance, no honest trade demanded such manifest sacrifice of carrying capacity.
The real test of a good batman, however, is his carrying capacity.
These vessels are very much on a par in size and carrying capacity.
The team returned an hour before sunset, loaded to the carrying capacity of the wagon.
It is evident that the ship has but four times the mid-section resistance, while she has eight times the carrying capacity.
In ecology, the number of living things that can exist for long periods in a given area without damaging the environment.