Ural montane forests and tundra
67,400 square miles
Location and General Description
Types and Severity of Threats
Justification of Ecoregion Delineation
This ecoregion is outside of the DMEER project area and is based on the map of Bohn et al. (2000). It includes Bohn et al.’s montane eastern boreal pine-spruce and fir-spruce forests, montane hemiboreal spruce and fir-spruce forests, montane to altimontane hemiboreal and nemoral pine forests. An area of eastern boreal woodlands on the eastern flanks of the Urals is also included. These vegetation units form eastern edge of DMEER’s classification system with the western Siberian taiga continuing to the east.
Bohn, Udo, Gisela Gollub, and Christoph Hettwer. 2000. Reduced general map of the natural vegetation of Europe. 1:10 million. Bonn-Bad Godesberg
Digital Map of European Ecological Regions (DMEER), Version 2000/05
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