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Mountain range - Wikipedia

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A mountain range (also mountain barrier, belt, or system) is a geographic area containing numerous geologically related mountains. A mountain system or ...

Mountain Barriers - definition of Mountain Barriers by The Free ...

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Define Mountain Barriers. Mountain Barriers synonyms, Mountain Barriers pronunciation, Mountain Barriers translation, English dictionary definition of Mountain ...

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Mar 7, 2014 ... Description of how mountain barriers work as a climate control.

The Mountain Environment and Effects on World Climate - Mountains

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The primary reason for these opposite extremes is the great Andes mountain range which forms a barrier between the two, thus preventing any rain in the ...

How can mountain barriers affect climate negatively? - Quora

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Mountains force airstreams upwards. This generally causes welcome precipitation but if they are high enough winds are re-routed around the ...

WHY MOUNTAIN PASSES ARE HIGHER IN THE TROPICS*

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barriers may be more effective in the tropics. Mountain barriers and their temperature gradients in Central America, as contrasted to those in North. America, are ...

Abstract - Wiley Online Library

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May 31, 2013 ... Mountain barriers and river conduits: phylogeographical structure in a large, mobile lizard (Varanidae: Varanus varius) from eastern Australia ...

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Mountain barriers and river conduits: phylogeographical structure in a large, mobile lizard (Varanidae: Varanus varius) from eastern Australia. Peter J. Smissen1 ...

Barriers | Define Barriers at Dictionary.com

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a mountain barrier. 3. anything that restrains or obstructs progress, access, etc.: a trade barrier. 4. a limit or boundary of any kind: the barriers of caste. 5. Physical ...

physical geography: weather and the factors that influence climate

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Mountain barriers affect climate by forcing moisture-bearing winds to rise and release precipitation on the windward side of the mountain [the side the wind ...

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How do mountains affect climate? | Reference.com

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Mountains affect climate by blocking wind and receiving more rainfall than low- lying areas. As air is forced over higher ground, it cools, causing moisture to ...

MOUNTAIN-BARRIERS - University of Arizona Libraries

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The mountains rise abruptly from the desert like a barrier or wall. Sometimes they lift vertically for several thousand feet, but more often they present only a steep ...

Flow directionality, mountain barriers and functional traits determine ...

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Apr 19, 2016 ... Stream metacommunities are structured by a combination of local (environmental filtering) and regional (dispersal) processes.