For the Love of Geography: Temperate Forests

Temperate forests are located within humid biomes of North America and Eurasia that have distinct warm and cool seasons. They are dominant in broadleaf (ie: oak, beech, maple) with a coniferous mixed in (ie: pine, fir, spruces).

Temperate rainforest: Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

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Temperate Mixed: Hillman State Park, Pennsylvania

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Other posts in this series on Forests: Temperate Forests, Coniferous Forests, Deciduous Forests, Cold Dry Forests, Hot Dry Forests

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