Rundle, "Ecotone or Ecocline
: Ecological Boundaries in
Factors affecting seasonal variations in demersal fish assemblages at an ecocline
in a tropical-subtropical estuary.
manillensis but the deviation in Cytb gene sequence of Pakistani wild rose-ringed parakeets is pointing towards independent evolution of this species as an ecocline
The authors concluded that an ecocline
had developed in this species since its introduction.
Factors affecting seasonal variations in fish assemblages at an ecocline
in a tropical-subtropical mangrove fringed estuary.
The eastern San Bernardino Mountains in southern California range from about 3003,506 m and support a wide range of as many as 11 distinct life zones along an ecocline
extending from Sonoran Desert on the east side and Mojave Desert on the north side, to an alpine ecosystem near the summit (Schoenherr 1992).
Accordingly, we have named the term periodic physical forcing for the ecocline
formed by the covariation of this major complex-gradient and the corresponding coenocline.
of vegetation types for each region was developed on the basis of ecological moisture regimes.
Main corresponding vegetation types are tropical evergreen forest, mesophyll montane forest, oak forest, pine forest and oak-pine forest, with extensive ecocline
zones between the contiguous types of vegetation (Martinez et al.
To appraise the disease burden at Igbo-Ora, a rural community in the forest-savannah woodland ecocline
, south-west Nigeria, an integrated study on malaria immunology and parasitology was initiated in 1991; the entomology and socioeconomic components commenced in 2001.
The separations between contiguous segments of the Earth's surface are not always clear because the zone of contact between two communities may be gradual (an ecocline
) or relatively abrupt (an ecotone).
In the mountains of Mexico's dry tropics gradual transitions between TDF and oak forest are common, and species of both vegetation types may coexist in ecoclines