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- adj. Of or pertaining to vegetation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, or of the nature of, vegetation.
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- adj. composed of vegetation or plants
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Postglacial fire frequency and its relation to long-term vegetational and climatic changes in Yellowstone National Park: Draft final report by Cathy Whitlock
The burn scar is brown is some places and more charcoal-colored in others depending on geological and vegetational factors.
There has probably never been any village on the mountains, which have been partly protected out of fear of resident spirits, but there is some vegetational evidence of former village sites on the lower levels, now overgrown.
While gardening yesterday, I came across a vegetational oddity that was both grotesque and poignant.
A striking feature of the region is its pronounced vegetational zonation, controlled by a combination of altitude, latitude, direction of prevailing winds, and slope exposure.
Holocene vegetational and limnological changes in the Fennoscandian tree-line area as documented by pollen and diatom records from Lake Tsuolbmajavri, Finland.
Vertical vegetational zonation characterizes the Alaska Range and Wrangell Mountains, beginning with dense bottom-land stands of white spruce and cottonwood on the floodplains and low terraces of the Copper and Susitna Rivers.
Late Quaternary vegetational history of southeastern Labrador.
Although there are some vegetational differences from mountain range to mountain range within Ecoregion 23d, the major forest trees include Engelmann spruce, corkbark fir, blue spruce, white fir, and aspen.
Forests range from coastal plains located at 20 meters (m) elevation up to the highest mountains at 1,200 to 1,500 m, creating a remarkable vegetational gradient from shrubs to well-developed montane forests.