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12512: Holiday houses by the climatic timberline zone, inside and outside densely built-up holiday house areas, and size of holiday house area (M) 2016 - 2023

Tom Anders Engebakken, Statistics Norway
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2024-02-09 08:00
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the climatic timberline zone

The forest boundary reffering to The climatic forest boundary (NINA), and means the height og what the forest boundary would have if the temperature alone determines where the forest no longer will grow, and it is often somewhat higher than the actual forest boundary at one location.

the climatic timberline zone

In the transition zone (100 meter) to the climatic timberline

In the transition zone refers to a belt of 100 meters along the forest boundary up to the mountain, this belt covers the transition between forest and open mountain landscape.