Inhabiting the somewhat high slopes and summits of mountains, but considerably below the snow line.
Designating or growing in mountain regions just below the timberline.
region of a mountain below the tree line.
Describing the region, the climate, the vegetation, or all three found just below alpine regions, usually on mountainsides at 1300 to 1800 meters in elevation. Subalpine vegetation is that just below the treeline, often dominated by pine or spruce trees.
Refers to the growing or living conditions in mountainous regions just below the timberline.
The zone just below tree line on temperate mountains, usually dominated by a coniferous forest ecologically similar to boreal forest. The elevation of this zone increases with a decrease in latitude.
of, relating to, or inhabiting high upland slopes and especially the zone just below the tree line
Pertaining to the forest zone immediately below the alpine zone.
upper mountain vegetation immediately below the cold limits of tree and tall shrub growth.
A general term for the ecological zone that lies below timberline in mountain areas.
The forest or other vegetation immediately below the treeless, barren alpine zone on high mountains.
The subalpine biome is a geographic and altitudinal region found below tree-line and above the montane.