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  • adj. Of or pertaining to biogeography

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  • adj. of or pertaining to biogeography.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to biogeography, the geography of living things or geographical biology.

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  • adj. of or relating to or involved with biogeography


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biogeography +‎ -ical


  • Certain ecozones (also known as biogeographical realms) also fared better than others. News

  • He is Robert Michael Pyle, lepidopterist, naturalist, conservationist and writer who knows the taxonomy and biogeographical distribution of the nation 's pale ales and lagers as well as he knows North America' s butterfly fauna.

    Butterfly Quest

  • Six biogeographical zones, ranging from subtropical forest to highland scrub, host an impressive 151 species of bird, 34 species of mammal, 228 species of butterfly and countless plants.

    Taiwan's Greatest Ascent

  • The combination of high rainfall, edaphic, and topographic variability, and historical biogeographical patterns renders these forests some of the most diverse species in the world.

    Solimões-Japurá moist forest

  • Surrounded by deserts or grasslands, these mountains in New Mexico can be considered biogeographical islands. 23a.

    Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)

  • Also, biogeographical changes in the bottom fauna appear to occur faster and are more easily detected during warm periods than cold periods.

    Past variability in Arctic marine systems

  • Some boreal species in the Barents Sea have responded to environmental change by shifting their biogeographical borders [18] (Fig. 9.27).

    Past variability in Arctic marine systems

  • The Park borders several biogeographical zones and covers three major habitat types: open grassland, closed forest and humid montane.

    Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Although fragments cannot be thought of as real islands, the use of island biogeographical concepts tends to apply relatively well [83].

    Effects of climate change on the biodiversity of the Arctic

  • Although there have been few island biogeographical studies in the Arctic, Deshaye and Morisset [82] confirmed that larger islands in the subarctic (in the Richmond Gulf, northern Québec, Canada) contain more species than smaller islands.

    Effects of climate change on the biodiversity of the Arctic


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