Ecoregion

An ecoregion is a `recurring pattern of ecosystems associated with characteristic combinations of soil and landform that characterise that region` Omernik (2004), elaborates on this by defining ecoregions as: `areas within which there is spatial coincidence in characteristics of geographical phenomena associated with differences in the quality...
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Ecoregion

Distinctive ecosystem region at a broader scale than landscape. Terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecoregions have been mapped based on the biotic homogeneity and environmental conditions within these geographical units.
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ecoregion

(from the article `conservation`) ...provide a more representative selection of Earth`s distinctive ecosystems, scientists working in the United States at the World Wildlife Fund ...
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ecoregion

Any of a number of ecogeographical regions that may be distinguished on the basis of environmental conditions and habitat types within a country, continent, etc.
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Ecoregion

Large area that includes generally similar ecosystems and has similar types, qualities, and quantities of environmental resources, such as the New Jersey Pinelands. An ecoregion is determined by examining patterns of vegetation, animal life, geology, soils, water quality, climate, human land use, and other ecosystem components.
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