geobotanical


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ge·o·bot·a·ny

 (jē′ō-bŏt′n-ē)
ge′o·bo·tan′ic (-bə-tăn′ĭk), ge′o·bo·tan′i·cal adj.
ge′o·bo·tan′ic·al·ly adv.
ge′o·bot′a·nist (-bŏt′n-ĭst) n.

geobotanical

(ˌdʒiːəʊbəˈtænɪkəl) or

geobotanic

adj
(Botany) of or relating to geobotany
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Pre-ABoVE: Arctic Alaska vegetation, geobotanical, physiographic data, 1993-2005.
This last is currently dormant and is the home of the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, 17km north of the city, the first National Park to be created in South America.
Here there is an absolute dominance of bryophytes, especially of the genus Sphagnum and particularly of Sphagnum magellanicum, which can be clearly recognized by its reddish colour and constitutes an entire geobotanical symbol of the Magellanian landscape and Tierra del Fuego.
In our study we used the generally accepted methods of geobotanical descriptions, and their processing was carried out with the aid of the EcoScaleWin program [3,4] according to D.N.
Six sites were selected and in each one geobotanical description was performed in four plots.
Traveling under the auspices of the Hungarian Academy of Science's Oriental Committee (Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Keleti Bizottsag), Fodor was part of a five-man scientific expedition on its way to conduct a two-week geobotanical survey of the Bosnian region.
Its vegetation belongs to hemiboreal Baltic sub region of boreal European geobotanical region and this small territory can be divided into 12 plant-geographical regions (Lippmaa 1935).
I did my master's thesis in the Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve, Ecuador's smallest protected area, just outside of Quito.