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sub-alpine

relating to the area immediately below the timber line in mountainous regions.
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They're available in the same science-based GORE OPTIFADE concealment patterns as the men's lines, including Elevated II for the tree-dwelling whitetail hunter and the new Subalpine pattern for vegetated environments.
The growth of Bashania fangiana and Fargesia nitida was inhibited in subalpine coniferous forest, while there were higher and denser culms in broadleaved forest and forest gaps due to better resource conditions in southwest China (Noguchi and Yoshida, 2005, Suzaki et al.
Our search pattern put us several hundred feet down from the summit, where no trees grow, and also into the subalpine zone, where stunted and deformed trees persist.
This gallery is divided into different zones; these are Alpine, Subalpine, Galiat, Potwar, Plains, Desert and Coastal zones.
Subalpine fir grows from Arizona's sky islands to arctic Alaska, but it is noticeably absent in much of California.
Caption: NOBEL LAUREATE Paul Modrich competed in the 1964 STS with his project "Distribution of Radioactive Fallout in the Food Chain of a Subalpine Bog, and also competed in the 1964 ISEF.
Home range, territoriality, caching behavior and food supply of the Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus fremonti) in a subalpine Lodgepole Pine forest.
The habitat comprises a mosaic of subalpine and montane vegetation communities including woodlands, heathlands, grasslands and peatlands.
Korean fir (Abies koreana 'Horstmann's Silberlocke'); Dwarf Alberta spruce (Picea gktuca albertiana 'Conica'); Dwarf blue subalpine fir (Abies lasiocatpa 'Glauca Compacta').
latum, which is autochthonous in northeastern Europe and subalpine lakes, most of the cases in Europe have been imported or caused by consumption of fish imported from areas to which the parasites are endemic (1,3,4).