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Forest types of India: Wet Evergreen forest Semi Evergreen forest Moist Deciduous forest Dry Deciduous forest Littoral and Swamp forest / Mangrove forest Dry Evergreen forest Thorn forest Sub tropical broad leaved forest Subtropical Pine forest Subtropical Dry Evergreen forest Montane Wet Temperate forest Montane...
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Forest types of India: Wet Evergreen forest Semi Evergreen forest Moist Deciduous forest Dry Deciduous forest Littoral and Swamp forest / Mangrove forest Dry Evergreen forest Thorn forest Sub tropical broad leaved forest Subtropical Pine forest Subtropical Dry Evergreen forest Montane Wet Temperate forest Montane Moist Temperate forest Montane Dry Temperate forest Sub Alpine forest. read less
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The different types of forests are: 1. Evergreen forests. 2. Thorn forests. 3. Needle Leaf forests. 4. Mangroove forests. 5. Freshwater Swamp forests.. 6. Temperate Deciduos Broad Leaf forests. 7. Broad Leaf Evergreen forests. 8. Upper Mountain forests.
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The different types of forests are:

1. Evergreen forests.

2. Thorn forests.

3. Needle Leaf forests.

4. Mangroove forests.

5. Freshwater Swamp forests.. 

6. Temperate Deciduos Broad Leaf forests.

7. Broad Leaf Evergreen forests.

8. Upper Mountain forests.

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Types of Forests Tropical rainforests Sub-tropical forests Mediterranean forests Temperate forests Coniferous forests Montane forests Plantation forests ......etc
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Types of Forests Tropical rain forests Hugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. All year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. Located near the equator. A vital storehouse of biodiversity, sustaining millions of different animals, birds,...
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Types of Forests Tropical rain forests Hugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. All year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. Located near the equator. A vital storehouse of biodiversity, sustaining millions of different animals, birds, algae and fish species. Sub-tropical forests Located at the south and north of the tropical forests. Trees here are adapted to resist the summer drought. Mediterranean forests Located at the south of the temperate regions around the coasts of the Mediterranean, California, Chile and Western Australia. The growing season is short and almost all trees are evergreen, but mixed with hardwood and softwood. Temperate forests Located at Eastern North America, Northeastern Asia, and western and eastern Europe. Mix of deciduous and coniferous evergreen trees. Usually, the broad-leaved hardwood trees shed leaves annually. There are well-defined seasons with a distinct winter and sufficient rainfall. Coniferous forests Located in the cold, windy regions around the poles. They come in both hardwoods and conifers. The hardwoods are deciduous The conifers are evergreen and structurally adapted to withstand the long drought-like conditions of the long winters. Montane forests Known as cloud forests because they receive most of their precipitation from the mist or fog that comes up from the lowlands. Usually found in high-elevation tropical, subtropical and temperate zones. Plants and animals in these forests are adapted to withstanding the cold, wet conditions and intense sunlight. Trees are mainly conifers. Plantation forests Has around 7% of global forest cover (140 million hectares). Produces more sustainable timber and fiber than natural forests. Plantations produce around 40% of industrial wood. Plantation forests are on the increaces read less
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Tropical. Temperate. Boreal forests (taiga)
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1-moist tropical forest(wet evergreen,semi-evergreen,moist decidous,littoral&swamp) 2-dry tropical forest(dry decidous,thorn,dry evergreen) 3-sub alpine forest 4-montane sub tropical forest(broad leaved ,pine,dry evergreen) 5-montane temperature forest(wet,moist,dry) 6-alpine forest (moist,dry)
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Tropical forest Temperate forest Boreal forest
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Types of Forests: Tropical rainforests Sub-tropical forests Mediterranean forests Temperate forests Coniferous forests Montane forests Plantation forests
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Evergreen Forests,Deciduous Forests , Coniferous Forests
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Types of Forests Tropical rainforests forest pointHugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. forest pointAll year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. forest pointLocated near the equator. forest pointA vital storehouse of biodiversity,...
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Types of Forests Tropical rainforests forest pointHugely dense, lush forest with canopies preventing sunlight from getting to the floor of the forest. forest pointAll year high temperatures and abundant rainfall. forest pointLocated near the equator. forest pointA vital storehouse of biodiversity, sustaining millions of different animals, birds, algae and fish species. Sub-tropical forests forest pointLocated at the south and north of the tropical forests. forest pointTrees here are adapted to resist the summer drought. Mediterranean forests forest pointLocated at the south of the temperate regions around the coasts of the Mediterranean, California, Chile and Western Australia. forest pointThe growing season is short and almost all trees are evergreen, but mixed with hardwood and softwood. Temperate forests forest pointLocated at Eastern North America, Northeastern Asia, and western and eastern Europe. forest pointMix of deciduous and coniferous evergreen trees. forest pointUsually, the broad-leaved hardwood trees shed leaves annually. forest pointThere are well-defined seasons with a distinct winter and sufficient rainfall. Coniferous forests forest pointLocated in the cold, windy regions around the poles. forest pointThey come in both hardwoods and conifers. forest pointThe hardwoods are deciduous. forest pointThe conifers are evergreen and structurally adapted to withstand the long drought-like conditions of the long winters. Montane forests forest pointKnown as cloud forests because they receive most of their precipitation from the mist or fog that comes up from the lowlands. forest pointUsually found in high-elevation tropical, subtropical and temperate zones. forest pointPlants and animals in these forests are adapted to withstanding the cold, wet conditions and intense sunlight. forest pointTrees are mainly conifers. Plantation forests forest pointHas around 7% of global forest cover (140 million hectares). forest pointProduces more sustainable timber and fibre than natural forests. forest pointPlantations produce around 40% of industrial wood. forest pointPlantation forests are on the increase. read less
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