What is the highest layer of the rainforest?

What is the highest layer of the rainforest?

The layers of a rainforest, from the highest to the lowest, are:

  • Emergent layer (the tops of the highest trees)
  • Canopy layer (the branches and leaves of most of the rainforest's trees. ...
  • Understory layer (small trees and shrubs that are able to live in low-light conditions)

Why forest are called green lungs?

Plants release oxygen through the process of photosynthesis which helps the animals for respiration. They also maintain the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. That is why the forests are called green lungs.

How do trees grow in a natural forest?

Trees, like all plants, need water, light, soil and shelter. In natural forests, new trees grow from seeds that drop from trees under which the new tree will grow. Other trees arrive through the air in wind-dispersed seed from nearby trees.

How much would it cost to plant 1 million trees?

Planting 1 million trees is great....Getting to a billion (in returns)
Improper plantingProper planting
Costs over 50 years$5,811.

How many trees can be planted in an acre?

200 trees

How much does it cost to plant one tree?

It can go from as little as 10 cents per tree to over $20 per tree. In other words, with $20, you could plant 200 trees, or you could plant 1 tree, depending on the project. There are many factors that make up the cost per tree.