basin range

basin range

[′bās·ən ‚rānj]
(geology)
A mountain range characteristic of the Great Basin in the western United States and formed by a faulted and tilted block of strata.
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The estimate for trade and local and regional consumption of wild animal meat in Central Africa alone is >1 billion kg per year (8), and estimates for consumption in the Amazon Basin range from 67 to 164 million kilograms annually (9,10); for mammals alone, this consumption consists of 6.
Peak ozone levels in the Los Angeles Basin range from 26 to 28 parts per 100 million.
In contrast, in the Raft River Mountains in northwestern Utah (Great Basin range where Tamiasciurus is absent; [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED]), nutcrackers harvested over 90% of the cones, and few limber pine seeds fell to the ground (Lanner and Vander Wall 1980; S.
The drilling depths in the basin range from 1,000 feet to 6,000 feet.
The depth of the basin ranges between 200 and 300 meters, and the researchers measured the heating of deep water over 10 years.
In particular, they're doing that to develop a new model specifically for predicting growth of wildland grasses in the Great Basin ranges of Utah, Nevada, and parts of Idaho.