Why are temperate deciduous forests found?

Why are temperate deciduous forests found?

Temperate deciduous forests are located in the mid-latitude areas which means that they are found between the polar regions and the tropics. The deciduous forest regions are exposed to warm and cold air masses, which cause this area to have four seasons. ... They also have thick bark to protect them from the cold weather.

Where do deciduous forests grow?

Deciduous temperate forests are located in the cool, rainy regions of the northern hemisphere (North America — including Canada, the United States, and central Mexico — Europe, and western regions of Asia — including Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea, and parts of Russia).

What are the major features of tropical evergreen forest?

Tropical evergreen forests are dense, multi-layered, and harbour many types of plants and animals. These forests are found in the areas receiving heavy rainfall (more than 200 cm annual rainfall). They are very dense. Even the sunlight does not reach the ground.

What type of trees are found in tropical evergreen forest?

Some of the commercially important trees of tropical evergreen forest are ebony, mahogany, rosewood, rubber and cinchona. Teak is the most dominant species of tropical deciduous forests. Bamboos, sal, shisham, sandalwood, khair, kusum, arjun, mulberry are other commercially important species.