Coastal vegetation belt

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coastal vegetation belt (noun,biogeography term, pl. coastal vegetation belts) – distinctly delimited vegetation areas running horizontally along the shore according to their proximity to the water table; three major belts are commonly distinguished: supralittoral, littoral, and sublittoral.

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