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biogeographic realm

[‚bī·ō‚jē·ə‚graf·ik ′relm]
(ecology)
Any of the divisions of the landmasses of the world according to their distinctive floras and faunas.
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State-owned Land Bank of the Philippines (LandBank) has agreed to extend credit financing to developers of ecozones in the country as the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) aggressively promotes more development around the country.
Distribution and relative abundance of caribou in the Hudson Plains Ecozone of Ontario.
TABLE 1: Climatic characteristics of California ecozones used to evaluate switchgrass production, 2007-2008 [Table omitted]
Corwin even established an interactive museum and environmental education center called the EcoZone in Norwell, MA, the town where he spent his childhood.
This educational, fun museum offers children (and adults, too) hands-on exhibits and activities, including the EcoZone, Energy-Zone, MindZone, BodyZone, TechZone, WaveZone and Kids Lab Zone.
Assessment of species diversity in the mixedwood plains ecozone, Biodiversity Assessment and Evaluation Research Branch, Agriculture.
Ndoho Istchee Project, understanding, documenting and structuring the notion of ecozone as defined by the Crees of Waswanipi.
Roughly 80 percent of Canada's aboriginal population live within the boreal ecozone.
Colayco said Estrada told him Singson and another friend, Jesus Pineda, had wanted to put up a casino in Fontana, which leases a portion of the 200-hectare Clark ecozone.
EcoMedia and its flagship EcoZone Program were founded in 2002 with the mission to create solutions for environmental problems with all partners involved - business, government, environmental advocates and the community.
Already, a technical working group is preparing for the document of the 300-hectare government arsenal in Bataan as a defense ecozone.
The special ecozone where barter trade is one of the economic activities has a deep socio-cultural objective that is linked with the intent to secure areas in Mindanao against transnational crimes and the threats of international terrorism," Alonto said.