Greater Tibetan Plateau Alpine Meadows & Shrublands bioregion
- 202,328Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 7Number of Ecoregions
- 66%Protection Target
- 6Protection Level
The Greater Tibetan Plateau Alpine Meadows & Shrublands bioregion is located in the Eastern Eurasia realm (eastern Palearctic) and contains seven ecoregions – Qilian Mountains Conifer Forests (705), Central Tibetan Plateau Alpine Steppe (750), North Tibetan Plateau-Kunlun Mountains Alpine Desert (759), Qilian Mountains Subalpine Meadows (763), Southeast Tibet Shrublands and Meadows (765), Tibetan Plateau Alpine Shrublands and Meadows (768), Qaidam Basin Semi-Desert (835) — totaling more than 202 million hectares of land area.
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