On the Altitudinal Differentiation of the Vegetation of Georgia
Part of the Geobotany Studies book series (GEOBOT)
Considerable difference between the climates of East and West Georgia determined the diversity of their vegetal landscapes, as well as the structure of altitudinal zonation (See “Map of the Natural Vegetation of Georgia” 2003).
KeywordsSouthern Slope Alpine Meadow Beech Forest Herbaceous Vegetation Birch Forest
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