Altitudinal zonation in the Great Himalayas in the zones (belts) of
coniferous forests (deodar, fir) to alpine meadows at elevations
from 2,500 to 3,500 m above sea level. From the left you can see an avalanche chute with
scree and alluvial fans at the bottom
of the slope. Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. Image author - Nadejda
Petrushina, August (summer) 2009
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