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Regional patterns of alkalinity in Oregon streams: an overview of ecological regionalization Public Deposited

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  • While many geographers believe that the regional concept is central to geographic study, no definitive regional scheme exists. The criteria considered in each regional study will relate to a stated objective or study. Ecological regionalization is a major contribution by geographers to environmental studies. By examining spatial patterns of factors key to ecological function, it is possible to delineate ecologically meaningful units (ecoregions). To further demonstrate the usefulness of ecoregions, a case study of alkalinity patterns in Oregon streams is described.
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