University of Minnesota Department of Forest Resources
Ecological classification systems attempt to aggregate and map geographic areas based on similar physical and biological characteristics, including climate, geology, hydrology, and vegetation. Boundaries between ecoregions identify significant shifts in ecological attributes, and wildlife population dynamics often differ between each region...
Zobel, John M.; Ek, Alan R.; Gifford, Tyler S..
Ecological Classification Systems: A Definition Crosswalk for Minnesota.
University of Minnesota Department of Forest Resources.
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