Terrestrial ecozones of Canada
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Published by Environment Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Biotic communities -- Canada.

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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Ed Wiken.
SeriesEcological Land Classification Series 19
ContributionsWiken, Ed B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22107262M
ISBN 100662147618

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The “Terrestrial Ecozones of Canada” dataset provides representations of ecozones. An ecozone is the top level of the four levels of ecosystems that the National Ecological Framework for Canada defines. The framework divides Canada into 15 terrestrial ecozones that define its ecological mosaic on a sub-continental scale.   Terrestrial Ecozones of Canada. The ecosystems found in Canada have been described in various ways, including a hierarchical classification of distinctive types. The largest ecological zones in the national classification are referred to as ecozones. There are 15 terrestrial and 5 marine ecozones in Canada (Figure ).Author: Bill Freedman. Ecozone and Ecoregion Descriptions. Terrestrial Ecozones. Arctic Cordillera; Northern Arctic; Southern Arctic; Taiga Cordillera. Terrestrial ecozones of Canada (Ecological land classification series) [E. B Wiken] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Get this from a library! A perspective on Canada's ecosystems: an overview of the terrestrial and marine ecozones. [E B Wiken; Canadian Council on Ecological Areas.;]. 19 rows  The ecozones of Canada consist of fifteen terrestrial and five marine ecozones in . Book Publishing WeChat (or Email:[email protected]) Article citations. More>> Wiken, E.B. () Terrestrial Ecozones of Canada, Ecological Land Classification Series No. 19, Environment Canada, Hull, 26 + map. has been cited by the following article.   The title of this map is “Terrestrial ecozones and ecoprovinces of Canada.” These ecological areas cover all of the area within the coastal boundaries of Canada. On this map, a solid grey line is used to define the ecozone and ecoprovince boundaries.

Terrestrial Ecozones (Nunavut) Ecozones are one of several levels of ecological regions that cover all of Canada. An ecozone is a discrete system, which has resulted from the mesh and interplay of geology, landform, soil, vegetation, climate, wildlife, water and human factors. Definition of terrestrial ecozone in the dictionary. Meaning of terrestrial ecozone. What does terrestrial ecozone mean? Information and translations of terrestrial ecozone in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. The Montane Cordillera ecozone is the most diverse of Canada's 15 terrestrial ecozones, exhibiting some of the driest, wettest, coldest and hottest conditions anywhere in the country. The ecosystems are variable, ranging from alpine tundra and dense conifer forests to dry sagebrush and grasslands. Much of the region is rugged and mountainous. ‘The ecozones of the world’ is a good introduction to the ecological division of the earth, especially for those with an interest in patterns and processes on a large scale. The book is amply illustrated with figures, tables and diagrams, which, together with the text, provide a lot of information."Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.