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  • In general, this ecoregion has an arid grassland ecoclimate.

    Northern short grasslands

  • In general, this ecoregion has a high subarctic ecoclimate.

    Interior Alaska-Yukon lowland taiga

  • This ecoregion is considered to be a transitional grassland ecoclimate with semiarid moisture conditions.

    Northern mixed grasslands

  • This ecoregion is classified primarily as having a subhumid low boreal ecoclimate, which distinguishes this ecoregion from the warmer, drier areas to the south and the cooler boreal forests to the north.

    Canadian Aspen forests and parklands

  • This ecoregion has a high subarctic ecoclimate in the north, a low subarctic ecoclimate in the lowland, and a high boreal ecoclimate in the James Bay lowland, all characterized by short, cool summers and cold winters.

    Southern Hudson Bay taiga

  • This ecoregion is classified as having a subhumid high - to mid - boreal ecoclimate.

    Midwestern Canadian Shield forests

  • The ecoclimate of this ecoregion ranges from high and mid-boreal and perhumid mid-boreal to Oceanic, Atlantic, and maritime mid-boreal.

    Eastern Canadian forests

  • Further north in the ecoregion, the transitional grassland ecoclimate supports a vegetation of quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa) groves, mixed tall shrubs, and intermittent fescue grasslands.

    Northern mixed grasslands

  • This ecoregion is classified as having a low to high subarctic ecoclimate.

    Northern Canadian Shield taiga

  • This area is described as having a moist and humid mid-to high-boreal ecoclimate.

    Central Canadian Shield forests

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