bioregion


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bioregion

(bī′ō-rē′jən)
n.
An area bounded by natural rather than artificial borders that has characteristic flora and fauna and includes one or more ecosystems.

bi′o·re′gion·al adj.
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What constitutes a bioregion for planning purposes, however; appears to be reliant on state interpretation.
Thus, helping people to experience, identify with, and value their bioregion should be an immediate goal of environmental education.
Biohabitats' Southern Rocky Mountain Bioregion office is located at 1732 Wazee Street, suite 209 in Denver, Colorado.
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That's why the Pacific Northwest is a bioregion known as Salmon Nation.
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He shares deep empathy for life on Earth, for Indigenous peoples (his friends) and for his bioregion.
Bioregional analysis revealed the avian species most likely to be reported and found positive in each bioregion.
Coal markets have slid from all time highs, making many of the projects originally proposed for the Desert uploads and Brigalow belt bioregion unviable.
Responding to the initial success of the campaign, founding director Brandon Letsinger stated: “Cascadia is a bioregion, a social movement, and a vision for the Pacific Northwest.