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gallery forest

[′gal·rē ‚fär·əst]
(forestry)
A forest occurring on both banks of a river in a region that is otherwise treeless.
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Sustainable use patterns around gallery forests are being demonstrated in a sustainable way.
The analyses validated the consideration of floodable evergreen forest edges and gallery forests as a favourable landscape for hunting red brocket deer; of submontane deciduous forest for hunting black agouti; of lowland evergreen forests in terra firme for hunting ground mammals in general -i.
Use of vertical space by small mammals in gallery forest and woodland savannah in south-western Brazil.
caerulea specimens were found is part of a polygon of possible occurrence, which extends throughout the gallery forests in Para, Amazonas, Mato Grosso (northern region), and Tocantins states, according to Silva et al.
TABLE 3: Semivariogram model parameters of litterfall variables evaluated from the November/2012 December/2011 in gallery Forest in Central Brazil.
The gallery forests play an key role in the maintenance of diversity of the Lepidoptera of the Cerrado (Camargo 2001; Brown & Giffordi 2002; Scherrer et al.
Its marshes have been covered with non-native Reed Canary Grass (Phalaris arundinacea), and the extensive gallery forests have been largely eliminated outside of protected public lands, which now include only a small fraction of the gallery forests' former occurrence.
1993); an association likely driven by greater availability of food and nest sites along wooded limestone outcrops than in gallery forests.
Here streams are usually fringed by gallery forests composed largely of rainforest trees and shrubs.
In the areas of monsoon forest, the gallery forests along the watercourses are of great importance, as they offer animals uninterrupted year-round shade, greenery and water.
Gallery forests of Fremont cottonwood once covered the Rio Puerco floodplains and its tributaries.