Western Asia: Central Turkey
39,200 square miles
Location and General Description
Types and Severity of Threats
Justification of Ecoregion Delineation
This ecoregion includes the Central Anatolia deciduous tree-steppes described by Guidotti et al. (1986).
Guidotti, G., P. Regato, and S. Jimenez-Caballero. 1986. The Major Forest Types in the Mediterranean. World Wildlife Fund, Rome, Italy.
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