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- adj. Covered in forest.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of forest.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. covered with forest.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with forest
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I.E. if 20% of the habitat is forest then 20% of the cameras should be in forested areas.
Or we may see an association with an environmental variable; for example, most of our localities where we found the species may be near a water body or in forested areas.
"The leopard got its spots from a life in forested habitats, where it made use of the trees and nocturnal hunting."
I hunt in forested mountains of PA, so there is a real limit on visibility.
The builders designed light wooden buildings in forested areas, using common materials in a framework of two or four timber beams, whose variety of designs bears great interest for students of architecture.
Another change is that these spirits, who appeared to have originally inhabited the marginal areas of Ruvu societies, in forested or bush zones, developed over the course of Ruvu history an increased tendency to move into settled areas to make demands and wreak havoc.
Private land ownership may be barred in forested areas, natural protected areas, reserves, biospheres and other environmentally protected areas.
I still like to hike in forested hills and to think while walking.
It was situated in forested country virtually invisible from the air.
Some exceptions will be allowed, such as forested areas with little sunshine.