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Forestry Regions in the United States. Environment and Natural Resources I Objective 28.01. US Forestry Regions. West Coast Western Central Tropical Northern Southern. US Forestry Regions. Hawaii and Alaska have their own four regions Coast Interior West Dry. West Coast.

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Forestry regions in the united states

Forestry Regions in the United States

Environment and Natural Resources I

Objective 28.01


Us forestry regions

US Forestry Regions

  • West Coast

  • Western

  • Central

  • Tropical

  • Northern

  • Southern


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US Forestry Regions

  • Hawaii and Alaska have their own four regions

    • Coast

    • Interior

    • West

    • Dry


West coast

West Coast

  • Pacific Ocean

    • Central California

    • Canadian Border


Western

Western

  • Mountainous regions

    • Southwestern Texas to Wyoming

    • Central Washington

    • Northern California


Central

Central

  • New York State to northern Georgia

  • West to Texas

  • North to Minnesota


Tropical

Tropical

  • Southern tips

    • Florida

    • Texas


Northern

Northern

  • From Maine south along the mountains to Georgia

  • Northern Michigan

  • Northern Minnesota


Southern

Southern

  • Coast of Virginia to eastern Texas

  • North to Missouri


West coast tree species

Douglas Fir

Coast Redwood

Western Red Cedar

Sitka Spruce

Sugar Pine

Lodgepole Pine

Incense Cedar

Port Oxford Cedar

White Fir

Red Aider

Bigleaf Maple

West Coast Tree Species


Western region

Ponderosa Pine

Idaho White Pine

Sugar Pine

Douglas Fir

Enelmann Spruce

Western Larch

White Fir

Incense Cedar

Lodgepole Pine

Western Red Cedar

Aspen

Western Region


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Shortleaf Pine

Virginia Pine

Red Oak

White Oak

Hickory

Elm

White Ash

Black Walnut

Sycamore

Cottonwood

Yellow Poplar

Black Gum

Red Maple

Sweet Gum

Central


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Tropical

  • Mahogany

  • Bay Tree

  • Mangrove


Northern region

Eastern White Pine

Red Spruce

Black Spruce

White Spruce

Norway Pine

Jack Pine

Balsam Fir

White Cedar

White Ash

Basswood

Tamarack

Eastern Hemlock

Aspen

Beech

Red Oak

White Oak

Yellow Birch

Black Birch

Sugar Maple

Northern Region


Southern region

Loblolly Pine

Longleaf Pine

Shortleaf Pine

Slash Pine

Bald Cypress

Sweet Gum

Black Gum

Hickory

Southern Red Oak

White Oak

Pin Oak

Live Oak

Willow

Yellow Poplar

Cottonwood

White Ash

Southern Region


How many us forest regions are in nc

How many US Forest Regions are in NC?


North carolina s forest regions

North Carolina’s Forest Regions

  • There are two Forest Regions

  • Notice that many of the trees in the that grow in the mountains are not the same as those grown in the Piedmont and at the coast


What factors determine what tree species grow in a us forestry region

What factors determine what tree species grow in a US Forestry Region?

  • Climate

  • Altitude

  • Soil Type


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