The classification of forest

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Name: Lê Th Thanh Th o ID student: BTIU08111 GROUP: 05 The classification of forest A forest is the area in which trees occupy high density. There are many classifications of a forest such as tropical moist forests, tropical dry forests, temperate needleleaf forests, . ..which are based on the various criteria. First, forest is classified depending on whether it is needleleaf or it is broadleaf. The temperate needleleaf forests (Taiga)are the biome with the special character is the needleleaf trees occupy high density in the forest. They cover almost the top continent of Alaska, Canada, Sweden, Russia. The temperate broadleaf forests are the biome with special character is the broadleaf trees make up high density in the forest. They consit of the broadleaf evergreen
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2010 for the course ABC BTUN80809 taught by Professor Mr.chuck during the Spring '09 term at McGill.

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