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Definition of Altitudinal

Altitudinal
Altitudinal Al`ti*tu"di*nal, a. Of or pertaining to height; as, altitudinal measurements.

Meaning of Altitudinal from wikipedia

- Altitudinal zonation (or elevational zonation) in mountainous regions describes the natural layering of ecosystems that occurs at distinct elevations...
- Altitudinal migration is a short-distance animal migration from lower altitudes to higher altitudes and back. It is commonly thought to happen in response...
- Quadrantanopia, homonymous scotomata) Other characterisations are: Altitudinal field defects, loss of vision above or below the horizontal meridian...
- variations in the cl****ification of each floor. Warm climate altitudinal zone The warm altitudinal zone oscillates between sea level and 1,000 meters (3,281 ft)...
- grounds and the southern ocean. Shorter migrations are common, including altitudinal migrations on mountains such as the Andes and Himalayas. The timing of...
- Castiarina allensundholmi is a species of beetle in the family Buprestidae, otherwise known as jewel beetles. The species was discovered in October 2003...
- they will leave the coldest parts of their range in winter and make altitudinal movements. The genus Prunella was introduced by the French ornithologist...
- non-p****erine birds and 32% of p****erines were partially migratory. Altitudinal migration is a form of short-distance migration in which birds spend...
- the warm altitudinal zone, where temperatures are above 24 °C (75.2 °F). About 82.5% of the country's total area lies in the warm altitudinal zone. The...
- lie along elevation bands of roughly constant climate. This is called altitudinal zonation. In regions with dry climates, the tendency of mountains to...
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