10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THERMOPHYLLOUS»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to thermophyllous
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Western European Loess Belt: Agrarian History, 5300 BC - ...
Thermophyllous = having leaves only in the warmer part of the year; deciduous.
Travois = an elongated triangular frame used to drag loads, consisting of a
platform mounted on two long poles. One end of the poles touches the ground
Ecotones Between Forest and Grassland
Coincident with ENSO onset and the strengthening of the southern westerlies,
several cooling trends during the mid-Holocene led to several reexpansion
events of cold-resistant rainforest trees at the expense on thermophyllous taxa.
Homage to Ramon Margalef, Or, Why There is Such Pleasure in ...
Thermophyllous species of this community, including the pine itself, are gradually
disappearing to the centre of the Ebro valley, where the winter climate becomes
colder. There, on gypsic ground, slopes and shallow soils are mostly covered by
Joandomènec Ros, Narcis Prat i Fornells, 1992
Key Issues in Petroleum Geology: Stratigraphy
The most important correctable palyno- event is the interval characterized by an
acme of Corollina, pollen derived from thermophyllous Cheirolepidaceae , an
important group of gymnosperm trees (Fig. 11 - palynozone J4B, time-lines 4 and
F. J. Gregory, Philip Copestake, Julian M. Pearce, 2007
Middle Miocene calcareous nannoplankton of NE Slovenia ...
Late Badenian vegetation in Serbia was thermophyllous and evergreen (
Utescher et al., 2007b), which reflects a warm climate. Additionally, Randazzo et
al. (1999) report that most of the lithothamnium limestone in the Central
Transdisciplinary Challenges in Landscape Ecology and ...
These harsh conditions favored the development of an inherently more drought-
tolerant, xeric, and thermophyllous flora which will most probably be better
adapted to increasing climatic stresses and therefore could also be more resilient
Mediterranean Oaks Network: Report of the Second Meeting, ...
Present-day discontinuity in the distribution area of the species is therefore
mainly anthropogenic. This results mostly from the high-demanding ecological
characteristics of the species: it is basically thermophyllous, with a moderate
Mediterranean Oaks Network. Meeting, M. Bozzano, Jozef Turok, 2003
Mediterranean Oak Woodland Working Landscapes: Dehesas of ...
Other accom— panying tree species, which may be locally important, especially
in eastern and southeastern Iberian thermophyllous dehesas, include wild olive (
Olea europaea) and junipers (Jnniperus oxycedrus and J. thurifera). Due to the ...
Pablo Campos, Lynn Huntsinger, Jose Luis Oviedo, 2013
Regional Environmental Changes in Siberia and Their Global ...
and formation of palsa bogs in the northern taiga and forest-tundra. ln forest zone
of West Siberia, relatively thermophyllous Abies forests retreated to the south to
the position of the present southern taiga. The widespread expansion of Pinus ...
Pavel Ya. Groisman, Garik Gutman, 2012
Emerging Complexity: The Later Prehistory of South-East ...
While thermophyllous evergreen species were present within the early
postglacial flora, and indeed in the glacial flora (e.g. Renault-Miskovsky 1972;
Menendez Amor and Florschutz 1964), they were not dominant in many areas
until human ...