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To the east, in Texas, the grasslands grade into savanna woodland or semideserts composed of xerophytic shrubs and trees, and the climate becomes semiarid-subtropical.
A variety of landscapes range from foothill semideserts to alpine meadows, combined with characteristic mountain forests.
In the central Transcaucasian Depression, swamp forests, steppes, and arid woodlands are replaced by semideserts and deserts along the Caspian Sea.
Why do you look for temperature proxies in semideserts and swamps?
Both the Cuban and the Jamaican hutias occur in a variety of habitats from montane cloud forests to arid coastal semideserts.
With the exception of subtropical arid regions (deserts and semideserts), all tropical climates are characterized by:
The adjoining area in Central Asia desert is comprised of steppes sagebrush-grass and semishrub semideserts of the North Tian Shan region as depicted in Pereladova’s map of Central Asian ecosystems.