Analyze and characterize altitudinal zonation in different mountain systems.

Alps are represented by forests, meadows, eternal snows.
Caucasus – steppe, forests, meadows and glaciers.
The Himalayas are represented by subtropical forests, forests, meadows, glaciers.
The Andes are moist equatorial forests; forests, shrubs, meadows, and glaciers are widely represented.
1) The higher, the colder. A rise of 1 km causes a temperature drop of 6 degrees
2) the closer to the equator, the more diverse the nature of the mountains
3) if the mountain system is located across the prevailing winds, the nature of the leeward and windward slopes will be extremely different

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