gallery forest


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gallery forest

n
(Physical Geography) a stretch of forest along a river in an area of otherwise open country
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2011; Lopes and Leiner, 2015), while the peak in wet season occurred in the gallery forest (Mares and Ernest, 1995).
TABLE 3: Semivariogram model parameters of litterfall variables evaluated from the November/2012 December/2011 in gallery Forest in Central Brazil.
2006) in a gallery forest in the Chapada dos Guimaraes Brazilian National Park in Mato Grosso State.
In this context, the present study aimed to analyze and compare the floristic composition and the phytosociological structure of tree species of the gallery forest in the microbasins of the streams Mutum and Serrote, Taquarucu Grande Sub-basin, Tocantins State.
We predicted less temporal variation in butterfly communities in the forest (gallery forest) compared with those in a savanna habitat, because the dense canopy that covers the gallery forest promotes high shade levels (Kanegae et al.
Original vegetation and current land use in the Para River Basin, MG, Brazil LEGEND Use and Plant Cover Rupeslrian Field Seasonal Semideciduous Forest Cerrado (Sensu Stricto) Montane Seasonal Semideciduous Forest Gallery Forest Pasture Agriculture Eucalyptus Urbanization Cartographic Convention Para River Basin Water (lacustrine) Watercourses Basin exutory Scenarios Original Current Land Use and Plant Cover K [m.
The sampling was carried every two weeks at Brazilian savannah (Cerrado) in Divinopolis and at gallery forest in Pedra do Indaia, both in Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
Abundance and frugivory of the Toco toucan (Ramphastos toco) in a gallery Forest in Brazil's Pantanal.
The highest densities of Cebus apella were from La Barcarena gallery forest site, the highest densities of which this author has knowledge.
Bush and Van Auken (1984) also determined that sugarberry had greatest importance values and highest density of trees in a gallery forest on the floodplain of the San Antonio River.
5 million to 11,000 years ago) under the influence of ancient Sunda River systems that had produced gallery forest corridors which functioned as safe havens for the bats as the climate and geography around them changed.
Both included net sites in willow swamp, ash and shrub savanna, and gallery forest.