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montane

pertaining to mountains.
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Gus's dissertation supervisor Nicky Penford said: "The practical research Gus is undertaking to assess potential areas for montane willow expansion is very useful and will enable targeted initiatives to encourage these plants to recolonise suitable sites, providing a valuable habitat for a range of other species."
ii) Is there some decoupling in the richness and floristic composition between lower and upper strata of montane forest and scrub phytophysiognomies?
After extensive studies on the floristic composition and physiognomy of these evergreen broad-leaved forests in Yunnan, we break from the classification of these forests put forth by Jin (1979) and Wu (1087), suggest that the former monsoon evergreen broad-leaved forest (on tropical lower mountains) be suitably renamed as the lower montane evergreen broad-leaved forest (Zhu, 2006, 2007; Zhu et al., 2005, 2006a, 2015a, b) and recommend that the mid-montane wet evergreen broad-leaved forest be renamed as the upper montane evergreen broad-leaved forest (Zhu et al., 2016).
This enables the company to offer a wider selection of sizes and more limited edition, sample and clearance Montane clothing and equipment than ever.
In 1995, the four most important land use categories (comprising 94% of the area of this national park) were agriculture, open woodland, open woodland with montane grassland and forest.
"Once a montane ash forest landscape is dominated by widespread areas of young fireprone forest, the elevated risk of high-severity fire decreases the probability that the forest can mature." Repeated fires over 40 years might result in the forest being replaced by stands of wattle (Acacia spp.).
At Montane Warehouse, two Libyans, aged 17 and 18, were suspected of having no permission to work in the UK.
Relative abundance varied between ecological systems, as did the overall number of detections per trap day, with detections being highest in the Lower Montane Riparian ecological system and lowest in the Mesic and Canyon and the Encinal ecological systems.
Stiff sedge grows in the same habitats, whilst a range of specialist montane lichens and mosses are important.
From her side, Montane commended the business environment in Bahrain and expressed similar keenness on stepping up business ties and increasing the exchange of business delegations so as to streamline partnership.
Geologic Effects on Montane Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris) Ecosystems.
Gymnobelideus leadbeateri typically is found in montane wet forest with mountain ash Eucalyptus regnans as the canopy species at elevations between 400 and 1200 m (Lindenmayer et al.