During the Holocene, drought was strong in the east and along the ecotones
, whereas the northwest (Cheng et al.
Moreover, for the census 2000 period, population growth was more likely to have occurred in CBGs that had ecotone
habitat than CBGs without ecotone
habitat (p = 0.
Habitat and biology: Specimens were collected from the bases of grass tussocks and ferns in Afromontane grassland-forest ecotone
When you hunt along the weedline for dolphin, or along a color change for sailfish, you are hunting for a pelagic edge, typically an ecotone
between open ocean and continental shelf water, the Sargassum algal boundary and open water.
Development of a spatial analysis method using ground-based repeat photography to detect changes in the alpine treeline ecotone
, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.
and gradients as determinants of herpetofaunal community structure in the primary forest of Mount Kupe, Cameroon.
2) An ecotone
is essentially an area of overlap, a transition zone where the resources of two or more ecosystems are available, and thus especially attractive to fauna with a diversified diet.
The Alabama population is surrounded by an ecotone
with many Quercus and Carya species in a dry oak/hickory forest with limestone outcroppings.
The location [Price] picked is excellent because it is in a transition zone between the oak and pine forest and tropical lowlands called an ecotone
, so palm trees grow next to pine and oak trees in this unique transzonal area.
Solutions LLC, 230 Maple Lane, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
2002) described this region as an ecotone
Shorebird migration at artificial fish ponds in the prairie-forest ecotone
of Northwestern Arkansas.