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boreal

[′bȯr·ē·əl]
(ecology)
Of or relating to northern geographic regions.
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Almost wherever you are in the United States at this time of year, the birds of the boreal forest bridge the distant reaches of our planet and your backyard.
Described as "an exceptional yacht with a unique style", Le Boreal has been designed to create a "subtly revisited" nautical mood.
In The Grandchildren of Solano Lopez, historian Bridget Maria Chesterton tells the fascinating story of the role of the remote Chaco Boreal frontier in the development of Paraguayan nationalism.
the contract is to perform an inventory of natural species including: otter lutra lutra, dytiscus latissimus dytiscus latissimus, boreal owl aegolius funereus and common goldeneye bucephala clangula - complement the knowledge about the objects of protection and conditions of their protection in natura 2000 areas.
Each year tens of million of migratory birds "overwinter" in the Canadian Boreal forest, a vast tract of mostly uninhabited coniferous woodlands and wetlands stretching from Newfoundland to the Yukon.
The same year, Boreal also opened a state-of-the-art auditorium with 352 seats.
The book is written for informed laypersons, graduate students, professional biologists, and anyone with an interest in owl ecology, predatorprey relations, and boreal ecosystems.
We were hunting one of the thousands of boreal wetlands in northern Canada, an overlooked Mecca for ducks and geese.
Vast underground networks of fungi may sequester heaps of carbon in boreal forest soil, a study suggests.
CANADA'S BOREAL FOREST IS ONE OF THE LAST GREAT wildernesses, making up a quarter of the original intact, unlogged.
In the north's Arctic and boreal areas, the characteristics of the seasons are changing, leading to great disruptions for plants and related ecosystems," Myneni added.