shrubland


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shrub·land

 (shrŭb′lănd′)
n.
An area, such as chaparral, covered chiefly with shrubs and small trees.

shrubland

(ˈʃrʌbˌlænd)
n
(Physical Geography) land covered by shrubs
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The rest is bamboo, shrubland and herbaceous crops.
At the age of 23 she was discovered by James Bond director Terence Young and cast as a masseuse who worked at the Shrubland health club in Thunderball .
The region is highly heterogeneous, with more than 26 vegetation assemblages that can be grouped in tropical shrubland, as well as oak and pine forest (Valiente-Banuet et al.
Currently the land is shrubland and a disused tanker.
Woodlands grade into shrubland in drier conditions or in early stages of plant succession.
On subsequent surveys, a single Worthen's sparrow male was heard and sighted in the afternoon of 1 June 2013 in an area of microphylous shrubland which has been degraded by Yucca spp.
The video, in which militants call Christians "crusaders" who are out to kill Muslims, showed about 15 men being beheaded on a beach and another group of the same size, in an area of shrubland, being shot in the head.
Geological Survey National Gap Analysis Program, 2004) into nine categories: woodland, shrubland, chaparral, forest, grassland, riparian, rock, agriculture, and urban.
However, for the purpose of this study, the relevant factor is not soil respiration per se, but the difference between net primary production (NPP) and soil respiration when grassland converts to shrubland.
The wildfire which is effective in the maquis shrubland has been tried to get under control.
Almost 1000 hectares of pine forest and shrubland were destroyed by the flames, though no one was injured.
This difference was mostly due to a statistically significant selection for grassy shrubland with scattered coniferous trees (habitat category V, N = 3 hens), and an avoidance of both grassland (habitat category II, N = 3 hens) and grassy shrubland (habitat category III, N = 2 hens; see Fig.