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Rising temps also pull in competing predators like common leopards, which previously avoided the chilly heights in favor of forested hunting grounds at lower elevations.

Next, the team plans to look for genetic changes that might have equipped these animals to survive at high elevations.

That elevation was similar to other “jewel box” parks of the early 20th century.

The last row is nearly 33 feet closer and just a few feet higher in elevation.

However, due to the elevation, it is influenced by surrounding climates.

Army cutworm moths, another major grizzly food source, summer in high elevation talus fields.

Elevation sends radio stations two versions of the songs: one, complete, three to four minute version.

Variables like weather, azimuth, elevation, crude launchers, and rocket viability quickly add up.

Many of the gender-variant male types were stigmatized; being regarded as women was hardly an elevation in social status.

There are dozens of fitness gadgets on the market that can measure movement, heart rate, elevation, and even body temperature.

In the middle of the warmest room is a round terrace-like elevation, called Gobek-tosh.

Once more he was revealed on top of an elevation, studying the surrounding landscape, and he was still alone.

Nor can this dirt be worked without danger of caving in, as was the case in all the veins and works that were on that elevation.

I ascended the steep head, which rose to an elevation of a hundred and eighty feet above the sea.

It lies in a large and picturesque hollow, surrounded by mountains at an elevation of 3,200 feet above the level of the sea.

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On this page you'll find 108 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to elevation, such as: altitude, ascent, mountain, acclivity, boost, and eminence.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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