Shrubland formations and associations in mediterranean-desert transitional zones of northwestern Baja California

@article{Peinado2004ShrublandFA,
  title={Shrubland formations and associations in mediterranean-desert transitional zones of northwestern Baja California},
  author={M. Peinado and F. Alcaraz and J. L. Aguirre and J. Delgadillo and I. Aguado},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={117},
  pages={165-179}
}
The area between Ensenada and EI Rosario (Baja California, Mexico) has long been considered as a transitional zone in which two great ecoclimatic regions (Mediterranean and Tropical-Desert) overlap. The floristic and biotypical diversity of this area was evaluated by analyzing its shrubland formations from a phytosociological point of view. This phytosociological study, carried out according to the Braun-Blanquet method and supported by cluster analysis, describes sixteen shrubland associations… Expand
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