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ecozone

[ ek-oh-zohn, ee-koh ]
/ 藞蓻k o蕣藢zo蕣n, 藞i ko蕣 /
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noun Ecology.
a division of the earth鈥檚 land surface that is distinguished by the evolutionary histories and distribution patterns of its life forms: an ecozone is such a broad realm that it may include several different biomes: a terrestrial ecozone that spans the southern regions of Canada鈥檚 Prairie Provinces.
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Also called bi路o路ge路o路graph路i路cal realm [bahy-uh-jee-uh-graf-i-kuhl relm] /藢ba瑟 蓹藢d蕭i 蓹藞gr忙f 瑟 k蓹l 藞r蓻lm/ .

Origin of ecozone

First recorded in 1970鈥75; eco- + zone
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