subboreal

subboreal

[¦səb′bȯr·ē·əl]
(ecology)
A biogeographic zone whose climatic condition approaches that of the boreal.
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Characteristics of diurnal roosts used by female Myotis bats in subboreal forests.
By landscape regionalization the territory of Rostov agglomeration refers to the type of Eastern-European subboreal semiarid (steppe) landscapes of southern sub-type.
These changes also mark the beginning of the Subboreal phase in Europe.
Salinity increased rapidly with the onset of the dry Subboreal climate stage after ca.
Solo en la parte superior de la Stollenbank (figura 1 B) se puede determinar el complejo calcareo en el Kimmeridgiense III medio; al igual que en la cantera Schwarze en Nettelstedt, datada en la zona mirabilis, etapa subboreal, segun SCHWEIGERT (1999).
Found in the subboreal spruce biogeoclimatic zone, the JPRF is located between Pinchi and Tezzeron Lakes and includes many smaller lakes and streams.
Por otro lado, en contextos arqueologicos se ha podido establecer la existencia de actividad eolica importante a lo largo de la Edad del Bronce, en pleno Subboreal (Hernandez et aL, 1997), y actividad subactual y actual que de forma puntual afecta a grandes depositos eolicos relictos.
DISTRIBUTION: Nepal (temperate zone and subboreal zone).
Dry deposition of coarse solid particles in patchy subboreal landscape // Air Pollution Modelling and its Applications, NATO "Challenges of modern society"/ Borrego, C.
Afterwards it became markedly cooler so that in the Subboreal and in particular in the Subatlantic stage the processes of BrownEarth formation and podzolization emerged and still prevail (Reuter 1990).
Still others have argued that it ended with a series of parting shots, heralded by a climatic plunge, or Klimasturz, which occurred in the Subboreal Period about the middle of the second millennium BC, with "aftershocks" taking place roughly every 400 years since.