Black Sea, Caucasus-Anatolian Mixed Forests & Steppe bioregion
- 58,534Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 7Number of Ecoregions
- 32%Protection Target
- 2Protection Level
The Black Sea, Caucasus-Anatolian Mixed Forests & Steppe bioregion is located in the Western Eurasia realm (western Palearctic) and contains seven ecoregions – Caucasus Mixed Forests (650), Central Anatolian Steppe and Woodlands (652), Crimean Submediterranean Forest Complex (658), Eastern Anatolian Deciduous Forests (662), Euxine-Colchic Broadleaf Forests (665), Northern Anatolian Conifer and Deciduous Forests (703), Central Anatolian Steppe (725) – totaling approximately 58.5 million hectares of land area.
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