ecotope


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ecotope

a specific type of habitat occurring within a region.
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The prevalence of nymphs among the specimens captured in the region is the characteristic of the adaptive action of triatomines to the artificial ecotope, consolidated in the domestic process (11,12), which did not show a declining artificial ecotope in most of the years considered and may be related to the invasion of this environment by females in fertile period (13).
Paelinckx, "Evaluation of random forest and Adaboost tree-based ensemble classification and spectral band selection for ecotope mapping using airborne hyperspectral imagery," Remote Sensing of Environment, vol.
Low-carbon behavior in this paper is referred to human proenvironmental activities or habits that can decrease the impact on ecotope.
(30.) Zander CD (1982) Feeding ecology of littoral Gobioid and Blennioid fish of the Banyuls area (Mediterranean Sea), Item Main Food and Trophic Dimension of Niche and Ecotope. Vie et Milieu 32 (1): 1-10.
One of the central problems of population ecology is to develop the methods to assess an ecotope, revealing the effects of each individual and a combination of factors in the study population, and their members or intrapopulation groups, on biocenoses and ecosystem.
Excesses of humidity (caused by underground waters or floods) and the climatic ecotope of the alluvial soils found in the flood plains cause these areas to be excluded, with rare exceptions, from the wine-growing activity.
The final HVAC design in this case ended up as a negotiation between Ecotope as the Design-Assist consultants and the engineers hired by the commercial tenant to achieve the targets originally set forth.
David Baylon, Principal, ECOTOPE, Seattle, WA: How do you account for distribution efficiency for your "district heating" measure for either site or source energy?
Epidemic manifestations of rickettsial diseases vary by ecotope characteristics, human activity, and vector bioecology in natural foci.
Root, "Niche, habitat and ecotope," American Naturalist, vol.