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BIOCLIMATIC ZONES FOR THE ANTIPODES — AND BEYOND?
COLIN D. MEURK
New Zealand Journal of Ecology
Vol. 7 (1984), pp. 175-181
Published by: New Zealand Ecological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24052715
Page Count: 7
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A bioclimatic zone system is proposed that defines a set of biogeographical cells so as to facilitate valid global comparisons of ecological data. These zones are primarily defined on grounds of temperature and secondarily on moisture balance. They roughly correspond with potential vegetation boundaries, but extant vegetation is not necessarily a biogeographically useful index of a site.
New Zealand Journal of Ecology © 1984 New Zealand Ecological Society