For the Love of Geography: Coniferous Forests

Coniferous trees have seed bearing cones such as pine trees. Most coniferous forests are located in cold areas including northern Eurasia, Canada and northwestern United States. Coniferous forests include softwood trees such as fir, hemlock and spruce.

Mount Rainier, Central Washington

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Glacier National Park, Montana

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Batchawana Bay, Ontario

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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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