4 edition of Biotic provinces of the world found in the catalog.
Biotic provinces of the world
International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.
by International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Morges, Switzerland
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 53-57.
|Statement||prepared by the Secretariat of IUCN as a contribution to Unesco"s Man and the Biosphere Programme, project no. 8.|
|Series||IUCN occasional paper ;, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||QH84 .I57 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||81464154|
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Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Dice, Lee Raymond, Biotic provinces of North America. Ann Arbor, Univ. of Michigan Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Biotic provinces of the world: further development of a system for defining and classifying natural regions for purposes of conservation Author: International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The author defines a biotic province as covering a considerable and continuous geographic area and characterized by the occurrence of one or more ecological associations that differ, at least in proportional area covered, from the associations of adjacent by: Biotic provinces of the world: further development of a system for defining and classifying natural regions for purposes of conservation Complete Title: Biotic provinces of the world: further development of a system for defining and classifying natural regions for Biotic provinces of the world book of conservation.
Biotic provinces of the world: further development of a system for defining and classifying natural regions for purposes of conservation. 10Besides the floristic and faunistic approach there has been a thirdattempt to delimit regional entities on synecological basis, that whichsDice () called ~biotic provinces 1 • Dice' biotic province is 11aconsiderable and continuous geographic area and is characterized by theoccurrence of one or more ecoiogic associations that differ, at.
Province replaces Biotic Province. The reasons for these changes are presented by Professor Udvardy in the report and appear sufficient to warrant this revision. Further changes of a major nature occur in the division of 's terrestrial and freshwater lake biota into 8 realms in place of the earlier 7 biogeographical regions.
The hierarchy of the scheme is (with early replaced terms in parenthesis): biogeographic realm (= biogeographic regions and subregions), with 8 categories. biogeographic province (= biotic province), with categories, each characterized by a major biome or biome-complex.
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