intermontane


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intermontane

[¦in·tər¦män‚tān]
(geology)
Located between or surrounded by mountains.
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Scott Valley is an intermontane 220-square-kilometer agricultural groundwater basin at an elevation of 2,600 to 3,100 feet in Siskiyou County (fig.
Scarascia Mugnozza, "New geological data on the Cassino intermontane basin, central Apennines, Italy," Rendiconti Lincei, vol.
In addition, in 2016 ripe fruit samples of the blackberry cultivar 878 and the raspberry cultivar Heritage were collected from an organic farm in Tafi del Valle (26.8666[degrees]S, 65.6833[degrees]W; 1,900 m altitude), another department of Tucuman Province, in the intermontane semiarid valleys (Zuccardi & Fadda 1985).
Early- to mid-Pennsylvanian vertebrate fauna of an intermontane basin inferred from tracks and trackways of the Wamsutta Formation, southeastern New England.
Other members of this clade include rufous-winged tanager, Tangara lavinia (Central America and the Choco), black-backed tanager, Tangara peruviana (southern Atlantic Forest), Lesser Antillean tanager, Tangara cucullata (Lesser Antilles), chestnut-backed tanager, Tangara preciosa (southern Atlantic Forest), scrub tanager Tangara vitriolina (intermontane valleys of Colombia) and the greencapped tanager, Tangara meyerdeschauenseei (range restricted in central Andes of Peru).
There are many symbiotic coal and oil shale basins in the world, such as the Huangxian [4-9], Songjiang [10] and Heshentuoluogai [11] basins of China, the Intermontane Basin of USA [12], the Junggar Basin of China [13], the US Green River Basin [14], etc.
For example, dry valleys have shrublands and relict patches of native forest, so future change might be to increase shrubland density in those intermontane locations.
It is common and widespread in low woodland and shrubbery, from Andean slopes and dry intermontane valleys in Bolivia (up to 1800 m), across lowlands and Chaco in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Brazil (Ridgely and Tudor, 1989).
and Derbyshire, E.: 1993, Quaternary and Holocene intermontane basin sedimentation in the Karakoram Mountains.
The Pinjar dun (intermontane longitudinal valley) and associated active mountain fronts, NW Himalaya: Tectonic Geomorphology and morphotectonic evolution.
Abdullah Khan and Sarfaraz Ahmad (2010) trace metal concentration in the waters of Rivers and Ponds in valley Field Intermontane Basin In the eastern Himalayas Journal of Applied Geochemistry Volume.
This new taxon provides more evidence for an early radiation of Salvelinus in intermontane drainages of the western United States.

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