Hudsonian life zone

Hudsonian life zone

[¦həd¦sō·nē·ən ′līf ‚zōn]
(ecology)
A zone comprising the climate and biotic communities of the northern portions of North American coniferous forests and the peaks of high mountains.
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Prior to this specimen, the elevational range for this species had been 2,000-3,156 m, predominantly in the Canadian and Hudsonian life zones (Grinnell and Storer, 1924; Ingles, 1947; Williams, 1984; Hutterer, 2005).