macrohabitat


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macrohabitat

[¦mak·rō′hab·ə‚tat]
(ecology)
An extensive habitat presenting considerable variation of the environment, containing a variety of ecological niches, and supporting a large number and variety of complex flora and fauna.
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Desde julio del 2011 hasta marzo del 2012 se realizo la deteccion de cuevas activas de zorros; para cada cueva seleccionada se tomaron las coordenadas geograficas, los datos de evidencia de uso, caracteristicas fisicas de la mismas y de su entorno en dos niveles, macrohabitat (en un area de 500 m de radio en torno a cada cueva) y microhabitat (en un area de 20 m de radio en torno a cada cueva).
De acuerdo con las propiedades fisicas se reconocen dos niveles del habitat: macrohabitat y microhabitat.
The transects ran perpendicular to shore and were strategically placed in order to capture the dominant micro-and macrohabitat features of the reef (e.
macrohabitat, landscape, and microhabitat) and found that microhabitat variables correlated most with species richness.
When water depths in a macrohabitat exceeded the height of the net, sampling efforts for that macrohabitat were randomly reallocated elsewhere in the reach.
Macrohabitat use, microhabitat use, and foraging behavior of the Hermit Thrush and Veery in a northern Wisconsin forest.
Despite their extensive range overlap in forested environments of the western United States, Abert's and red squirrels may spatially segregate by macrohabitat (Allred, 2011).
On a macrohabitat scale, CP density was significantly (a=0.
Both the macrohabitat (inselbergs) and microhabitat (fissures) in which the species occurs are little affected by human activity.
Furthermore, the presence of particular microhabitat features could benefit lynx even in non-optimal macrohabitat conditions.
Macrohabitat partitioning among three crayfish species in two Missouri streams, USA.