During winter season, livestock were shifted to lower area separating them from Grey goral altitudinally
and thereby minimizing habitat overlap.
The study area in Massachusetts is a part of the broader New England region, which consists of eight physiographic sections that range from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the United States, and it has a temperate climate that varies latitudinally and altitudinally
(Cogbill et al.
This species occurs in Guerrero, Morelos, Oaxaca and southern Puebla in the Balsas River Basin in central Mexico (Smith & Taylor, 1950), in several localities of tropical dry forest, from south-central region Morelos, and altitudinally
from 800 to 1,700 m (Castro-Franco & Bustos, 1994; Castro-Franco & Bustos, 2003).
latitudinally--of opposing spatial coordinates
Sometime around about half past 1985, wearing a faded black gallabiyya, a wizened, altitudinally
challenged man who looked older than the Giza pyramids, went 'Pssst' in our ears with a promise of something the garage of which he was responsible.
Chironominae, Orthocladiinae, Tanypodinae, Baetodes, Camelobaetidius, Leptohyphes, Thraulodes and Smicridea were recorded in all stations.
Locally, the top of these lake deposits matches altitudinally
with planation surfaces cut-across pre-Neogene folded formations at the margins of the basins, constituting excellent morphostratigraphic makers for identifying recent deformation structures and assessing their activity (e.g.
Vegetation zones were shifted altitudinally
by as much as 1,500-2,000 m, many of the isolated paramos merged, and the ecosystem as a whole covered an area many times larger than the present one (Fig.
There would be marches by the altitudinally
bereft which would pass, not unnaturally, unnoticed.