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The following soil moisture and soil temperature regimes have been defined according to elevation in the north: ustic, udic and xeric, and hyperthermic. The soil temperature regimes defined for the south face, with their altitudinal limits in the central sequence, are as follows: hyperthermic up to m, thermic to m, and mesic in the central part ( m) of the island, where the soil temperature regime.
The soil temperature regimes defined for the south face, with their altitudinal limits in the central sequence, are as follows (Table 4): hyperthermic up to m, thermic to m, and mesic in the central part ( m) of the island, where the soil temperature regime of both faces merges at these upper parts.
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