semiarid


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semiarid

said of regions of the earth which have dry climates but not as dry as those of arid climates.
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Bastida F, Kandeler E, Hernandez T, Garcia C (2008) Long-term effect of municipal soild waste amendment on microbial abundance and humusassociated enzyme activities under semiarid conditions.
A comparison of groundwater recharge estimation methods in a semiarid, coastal avocado/citrus orchard, Ventura County, CA.
Early Holocene climate change and human occupation along the semiarid coast of north-central Chile.
Western birds are found in semiarid landscape and may breed in oases in arid regions.
Opponents fear Earth Energy's project is the start of widespread development of Utah's spotty oil-sands reserves, which they say can't be developed responsibly in a semiarid desert.
capitata and report infestation rates on cultivated, exotic fruit in the western semiarid highland valleys of Tucuman.
by ACSAD in developing the Arab arid and semiarid areas.
Tillandsia recurvata (Bromeliaceae) is the most ubiquitous obligate epiphyte species (figure 1) of the arid and semiarid regions of North America (Benzing and Renfrow 1971, Soltis et al.
Ron DePauw, Semiarid Prairie Agricultural Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, P.
Albaladejo J, Martinez-Mena M, Roldan A, Castillo V (1998) Soil degradation and desertification induced by vegetation removal in a semiarid environment.