Greater Eurasian Tundra bioregion
- 197,393Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 6Number of Ecoregions
- 89%Protection Target
- 2Protection Level
The Greater Eurasian Tundra bioregion is located in the Subarctic Eurasia realm (northern Palearctic) and contains six ecoregions – Kola Peninsula Tundra (774), Northeast Siberian Coastal Tundra (775), Northwest Russian-Novaya Zemlya Tundra (776), Novosibirsk Islands Arctic Desert (777), Taimyr-Central Siberian Tundra (781), Yamal-Gydan Tundra (784) – totaling more than 197 million hectares of land area.
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