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Sierra Madre Oriental

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A mountain range of northeast Mexico rising as barren hills south of the Rio Grande and roughly paralleling the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • n. a mountain range in northeastern Mexico the runs parallel to the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico

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  • The Sierra Madre Oriental is a mountain range in northeastern Mexico, spanning 1000 km from Coahuila south through Nuevo León, southwest Tamaulipas, San Luis

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  • "Sierra Madre Oriental" physiographic province of México.

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  • The largest protected area in the hotspot, and one of the largest in Mexico, is the 1,774-km2 Cumbres de Monterrey National Park in the Sierra Madre Oriental.

    Biological diversity in the Madrean pine-oak woodlands

  • PRONATURA/PRONATURA NORESTE, which was established in 1997, works in the Sierra Madre Occidental and Sierra Madre Oriental to conserve and promote the sustainable use of natural resources.

    Biological diversity in the Madrean pine-oak woodlands

  • The ecoregion encompasses lowlands of the eastern slopes of the Sierra Madre Oriental.

    Veracruz moist forests

  • The delineations for this ecoregion were derived from the INEGI current landcover maps, from which we're lumping montane mesophyll forests classifications with human modified landscapes along the eastern flank of the Sierra Madre Oriental.

    Veracruz moist forests

  • The Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, which runs from west to east across central Mexico, and serves as a bridge connecting the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Sierra Madre Oriental, is the highest mountain chain in the hotspot, including the peaks of Pico de Orizaba (5,747 meters [m]) and Popocatépetl (5,452 meters).

    Biological diversity in the Madrean pine-oak woodlands

  • Most of these endemics occur in the middle Sierra Madre Occidental, the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt and the southern Sierra Madre Oriental.

    Biological diversity in the Madrean pine-oak woodlands

  • Near the Sierra Madre Oriental, the scrub becomes a strict combination of Agave victoria-reginae with lechuguilla, guapilla (Hechtia glomerata), barreta (Helietta parviflora), sotol (Dasylirion sp.) and a well-developed herbaceous stratum composed of gramineae, leguminosae and cacti.

    Chihuahuan desert

  • This desert is bounded by the Sierra Madre Occidental to the west and the Sierra Madre Oriental to the east, extending as far south as San Luis Potosi and to disjunct islands of the Chihuahuan vegetation in the states of Queretaro and Hidalgo.

    Chihuahuan desert

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