ecoregion


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ecoregion

(ˈiːkəʊˌriːdʒən)
n
(Physical Geography) an area defined by its environmental conditions, esp climate, landforms, and soil characteristics
Translations
écorégion
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Cemex USA was recognized by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for its ongoing commitment to sustainability and land stewardship with the prestigious 2017 Lone Star Land Steward Award for the Trans Pecos Ecoregion.
The Mediterranean Ecoregion occupies a central place in the sustainability of Chile's development due to its social, cultural, economic and environmental values of global importance, which are affected by productive activities.
The Amazon was the ecoregion with the highest values in all countries and for all groups except for the mestizos in Ecuador.
The Grand Prairie ecoregion of north-central Texas covers approximately 2.
An ecoregion approach, where spatial units were grouped based on similarities in both terrestrial and aquatic systems, is appropriate for an investigation of fish assemblage shifts in relation to land use changes.
Much support is still needed to implement the regional program ranging from funding support to informed local participation and action," said Datuk Rayner Stuel Galid, current Chair of the Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion (SSME) Sub-Committee on Sustainable Fisheries.
Culicoides (Culicoides) insignis Lutz: SALTA: Aguas Blancas (S 22[degrees] 43' W 64[degrees] 22'), III-2003, X-2004, 3 females; San Ramon de la Nueva Oran (S 23[degrees] 08' W 64[degrees] 20'), III-2004, VIII-2004, IX-2004, 15 females, 4 males, Yungas Ecoregion.
Conversion of forest to pastures, urban development, forest fires and tourism are all causes of habitat loss and continue to be a threat to this ecoregion.
The ecoregion director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service or their designee,
As far as we know, our colleagues from WWF Georgia and WWF Azerbaijan also do not work in the regions listed in the letter, since in accordance with the Ecoregion Conservation Plan for the Caucasus, no priority tasks for WWF have been identified in these regions," Kudryavtseva said.
ABSTRACT--The Rocky Mountain Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes macroura), once common in the Blue Mountains ecoregion of northeastern Oregon, was considered rare in eastern Oregon by the 1930s and thought to be extirpated by the 1960s, when putatively new Red Fox populations began to appear.
Counts of species collected within each ecoregion, along with expanded descriptions of the Tennessee ecoregional typography and their associated flora are presented (Table 2) with additional details available at: https://archive.