subtropical forest

subtropical forest

[‚səb′träp·ə·kəl ′fär·əst]
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Positioned in a 45-hectares subtropical forest, the 92-suite resort is a short drive from Byron Bay in New South Wales, featuring an infinity pool, day spa, tennis court and a one-hatted restaurant.
A China-Russia expedition penetrated deep into southwestern China, including Yunnan, in the late 1950s, and some descriptive works on the tropical and subtropical forest vegetation of this part of China were published (Wang, 1961).
The project is meant to promote economic and social development in Belize by providing reliable year-round land transportation in a subtropical forest region, which is located in Cayo District in the west-central part of Belize, the bank said in a statement.
Species-specific effects on throughfall kinetic energy in subtropical forest plantations are related to leaf traits and tree architecture.
Effects of pH on nitrification have been explored widely; however, few researchers have investigated the compound effects of pH and mineralisation on nitrification and responsible nitrifiers in subtropical forest soils.
Finally, we develop an improved estimate of the annual carbon uptake of the subtropical forest in complex terrain by including the best estimate of ecosystem respiration into the carbon balance evaluation.
The dry, barren prairie around Alberta's Drumheller area was once a lush and subtropical forest on the shores of a large inland sea, with loads of wetlands inhabited by dinosaurs, turtles, crocodiles and small mammals.
Seasonal changes of bioelements in the litter and their potential return to green leaves in tour species of the Argentine Subtropical Forest. Ann.