Definition of bioclimatic law
: a statement in ecology: phenological events in temperate North America are generally altered about 4 days for each change of 5° of latitude northward, 5° of longitude eastward, or 400 feet of altitude upward, the vernal alteration being retardation (as of flowering), the autumnal being acceleration (as of leaf fall)
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