ecoclimatic

Translations

ecoclimatic

[ˌiːkəʊklaɪˈmætɪk] ADJecoclimático
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Therefore, agronomic applications of phenology are broad, highlighting their use in the determination of ecoclimatic requirements, in agricultural zoning and crop management (BERGAMASCHI, 2007).
Cordeiro (2010) found increases in total annual rainfall using averages of 14 meteorological stations in different ecoclimatic regions of the state of a 60-year data series (1950-2009).
forest stands, in association with Brunisolic soils, occur in the Carmacks area and farther south, as part of the Northern Cordilleran Boreal ecoclimatic region (Strong, 2013).
We summarized climate type ecoclimatic zones as defined on the website of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (httpYIwww.faaorgIagIAGAI nfoIprogrammes/documents/ livat12Iafricaezmaps.htm).
This may be explained by the differences in management practices such as stocking density and ecoclimatic factors.
They are also not included in the list of possible indicators for interpreting ecoclimatic conditions in tropical forests [20].
Table 1: Main ecoclimatic characteristics of the selected study sites (see the FLUXNET website for further details).
For example, an ecological drought may result in ecological impacts that feed back to alter natural systems--selection of drought-adapted traits or species, range shifts, or ecoclimatic teleconnections (e.g., Stark et al.
Northeast (NE) India is considered one of the most important biodiversity hotspots of the globe with a wide range of physiographic and ecoclimatic conditions (Myers, Mittermeier, Mittermeier, Fonseca, & Kent, 2000).
Correlation between endemism and local ecoclimatic stability documented by comparing Andean bird distributions and remotely sensed land surface data.
Primary, secondary and tertiary effects of ecoclimatic change: the medical response.