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Monteverde encompasses seven life zones of the twelve found in Costa Rica (Holdridge, 1967).
This date range may have included environments similar to the present-day Upper Sonoran Chaparral, Upper Sonoran Woodland, and Transition life zones and their ecotones.
Rainier and Crater Lake, the North Cascades has a diversity of offerings--300 glaciers, 240 lakes, 75 species of mammals, 200 species of birds, and eight "life zones." Together, these distinct regions combine to give the North Cascades more plant species than any national park.
Over two hundred miles this natural wonder is displayed in fine splendor of winter and summer storms , five life zones, three major forks and desert and high mountain flows.
Over two hundred miles this natural wonder is displayed in fine splendor of winter and summer storms, five life zones, three major forks and desert and high mountain flows.
Vampire bats were collected in twelve different areas and eight life zones around Costa Rica.
To the best of our knowledge, however, our mini-fall line doesn't separate life zones. Prior to the winter of 2004, the waters of the creek had flowed essentially unrestricted from the upstream end of the meadow to the downstream end where we had installed a wood weir.
In Bryce Canyon, visitors stand anywhere from 6,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level, in three different life zones. At the lower elevations, the air is warm and dry, home to the pinon-juniper woodland plants.
Bribri was evaluated at several locations at altitudes ranging from 43 to 960 m and in the two main life zones, tropical wet and low mountainous tropical rain forests.
Click the "Habitat Guides" link on the main screen (or click the "Outdoor Explore" button at the top of the screen) and follow the on-screen links to reach its material on specific areas, from the Arctic and desert life zones to the wetlands, grasslands, ocean, and coastlines -- even "disturbed areas," which include cities and suburbs.