Tibetan-Pamir Alpine Steppes, Shrublands & Mountain Forests bioregion
- 63,741Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 8Number of Ecoregions
- 40%Protection Target
- 5Protection Level
The Tibetan-Pamir Alpine Steppes, Shrublands & Mountain Forests bioregion is located in the Eastern Eurasia realm (eastern Palearctic) and contains eight ecoregions – Northeastern Himalayan Subalpine Conifer Forests (702), Qilian Mountains Conifer Forests (705), Eastern Himalayan Alpine Shrub and Meadows (751), Hindu Kush Alpine Meadow (753), Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau Alpine Steppe (754), Northwestern Himalayan Alpine Shrub and Meadows (760), Pamir Alpine Desert and Tundra (762), Qilian Mountains Subalpine Meadows (763), Southeast Tibet Shrublands and Meadows (765), Western Himalayan Alpine Shrub and Meadows (769), Yarlung Zangbo Arid Steppe (770) — totaling over 63 million hectares of land area.
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