Time for Geography - some new videos

Always a good day when there are some new Time for Geography videos to watch.
The latest video has been released.
Temperature Deciduous Woodlands are the focus for this video.

Together with Dr Sarah Arnold from the University of Greenwich Natural Resources Institute, the films investigate different components of the UK's climatic climax:
  • The process of ecological succession
  • Biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) components
  • Habitat layers
  • Influence of topography on the spatial distribution of species

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