Meadow

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 13 Jun 2018, Wednesday

Random information on the term “Meadow”:

Alpine tundra is a type of natural region or biome that does not contain trees because it is at high altitude.

The high altitude causes an adverse climate, which is too cold and windy to support tree growth. Alpine tundra transitions to sub-alpine forests below the tree line; stunted forests occurring at the forest-tundra ecotone are known as Krummholz. With increasing elevation it ends at the snow line where snow and ice persist through summer.

Alpine tundra occurs in mountains worldwide. The flora of the alpine tundra is characterized by dwarf shrubs close to the ground. The cold climate of the alpine tundra is caused by the lack of greenhouse effect at high altitude, and is similar to polar climate.


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Alpine tundra occurs at high enough altitude at any latitude. Portions Of montane grasslands and shrublands ecoregions worldwide include alpine tundra. Large regions of alpine tundra occur in the Himalayas in Asia, American Cordillera in North and South America, the Alps, the Scandinavian mountains, Pyrenees and Carpathian Mountains of Europe, the Caucasus Mountains, the Rift Mountains of Africa, and a large portion of the Tibetan Plateau.

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Random information on the term “LEA”:

The Lea River is a steep continuous river located in the north-western region of Tasmania, Australia.

The river has an average gradient of 27 metres per kilometre (140 ft/mi) and a peak grade of 45 metres per kilometre (240 ft/mi) that flows from Lake Lea to Lake Gairdner.

The river flows during the Tasmanian winter and spring, with flow reducing over the dryer summer months.

Located in a remote wilderness area, the Lea River is the site of the annual Lea Extreme Race.

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