Boreal may refer to
- Boreal ecosystem
- Boreal climate, the climate found in a region of boreal forests, and designated Dfc, Dwc or Dsc in the Köppen climate classification scheme.
- boreal forest
- Boreal forest of Canada
- Boreal Bluet
- Boreal owl
- Boreal (period), the first climatic phase of the Blytt-Sernander sequence of northern Europe, during the Holocene epoch
- Boreal Sea, historical sea
- Boreal Shield Ecozone (CEC), region of ancient rock in Canada
- Boreal Forest Conservation Framework
- BOREAL, a manufacturer of climbing shoes
- BOREAL, a manufacturer of bespoke artist wallets
- Boreal Mountain Resort, a ski resort in the Lake Tahoe area of California
- Lord Carlo Boreal, a fictional character in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy
- Northern, from Boreas, god of the North Wind in Greek mythology
- Boreale brewery
- Le Boréal cruise ship
Other articles related to "boreal":
... Mid-Boreal Uplands and Peace-Wabaska Lowlands (ecoregion) Clear Hills and Western Alberta Upland (ecoregion) Mid-Boreal Lowland and Interlake Plain (ecoregion) ...
... host, but a recent study has found that there are two species of frog, the wood frog and boreal toad, that have actually been able to survive the ... Rana sylvatica – the wood frog Pseudacris maculata – the boreal chorus frog Bufo boreas boreas – the boreal toad Bufo hemiophrys – the Canadian toad ...
... The boreal forest is deeply ingrained in the Canadian identity and the images foreigners have of Canada ... of Canadian history familiar to school children that are inextricably linked to the boreal forest ... The forest – and boreal species such as the caribou and loon – are or have been featured on Canadian currency ...
... In comparison to tundra, boreal forest has a longer and warmer growing season and supports larger species diversity, an increase in canopy height, vegetation density, and biomass ... Boreal conditions can be found across northern North America and Eurasia ... The boreal forests in the interior of the continents grow on top of permafrost due to very cold winters (see drunken trees), while much of the boreal forest has patchy permafrost or lack permafrost completely ...
Famous quotes containing the word boreal:
“No people require maxims so much as the American. The reason is obvious: the country is so vast, the people always going somewhere, from Oregon apple valley to boreal New England, that we do not know whether to be temperate orchards or sterile climate.”
—Edward Dahlberg (19001977)