tropical savanna

tropical savanna

[′träp·ə·kəlsə′van·ə]
(ecology)
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For 20 years I was a nature campaigner--I worked to protect Australia's old growth forests, and the vast tropical savanna and intact river systems of northern Australia with its Traditional Owners.
The area lies on the south-eastern coast of India in the north-eastern part of Tamil Nadu state on a flat Eastern Coastal Plain with tropical savanna climate, has nearly equal amounts of light and darkness (12L:12D) throughout the year.
Pequi is a tree native to the Cerrado (Brazil's tropical savanna), whose fruit has an important role in the Northeastern and Midwestern Brazilian cuisine.
solanacearum was isolated from the tuber and stem of wilted potato plant, collected from six states of India such as, Uttarakhand (20), Meghalaya (21), West Bengal (6), Himachal Pradesh (3), Odisha (11), and Karnataka (9) under temperate, subtropical, tropical savanna and tropical wet and dry agroclimatic conditions (Table 2).
2002: Biogeographic patterns and conservation in the South American Cerrado: a tropical savanna hotspot.
O'Reagain PJ, Bushell J, Holloway C, Reid A (2009) Managing for rainfall variability: effect of grazing strategy on cattle production in a dry tropical savanna. Animal Production Science 49, 85-99.
Variation in woody vegetation among two study areas is likely to influence bird species composition and distributions as reported in other studies conducted in tropical savanna ecosystems (Monadjem, 2005; Tassicker et al., 2006; Sirami and Monadjem, 2012).
Located in Brazil's lush state of Minas Gerais, the Cerrado Mineiro plateau is a tropical savanna known for its rich biodiversity--the ideal start for this complex Arabica coffee.
The landscape at the study sites is dominated by tropical savanna, small patches of forest, and cultivated land.
This study investigated the role of ecosystem services in the well-being of Aboriginal Australians, in the tropical savanna region of northern Australia.

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