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  • n. A large geographical region having a distinct biodiversity of flora and fauna.


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  • Corpus Christi Bay serves as the ecozone or boundary between two distinct estuarine ecosystems.

    Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)

  • The warm-temperate southern part of the ecozone includes the hornbeam species Carpinus tschonoskii and C. laxiflora.

    Central Korean deciduous forests

  • Did people cultivate cereals because they were storable, which is very important for groups living in a temperate ecozone, or for other reasons?

    Of Cereal and Civilization

  • It did not boost his spirits to know that the amphibious Lepar was far better equipped than he to survive an extended sojourn in the Eirrosadian ecozone.

    The False Mirror

  • And she'll do six loads every week, says the research from cleaning firm www.


  • Using this method, Envisat archives can be exploited to generate global maps of GSV yearly over the entire boreal ecozone with a resolution of 10 km and accuracies of 20%.


  • Conversion of Bataan ecozone into freeport sought in bill - Business News

  • a lack of standardized and networked international approaches for monitoring and research; the paucity of representative sites for comparative analyses, either by freshwater ecosystem type (e.g., small rivers, wetlands, lakes) or by regional geography (ecozone, latitude, elevation); the unknown synergistic impacts of contaminants and climate change on aquatic organisms;

    Key findings, science gaps, and recommendations for freshwater ecosystems in the ACIA

  • "In nature, none of these formidable growths grew together in the same ecozone, and many of them came from different planets.

    Diuturnity's Dawn


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  • includes the odd-sounding Palearctic and the ineffably funky Afrotropic

    September 29, 2009