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Forest Ecosystems. Chapter B1. Forests. Deciduous Forest . Large, flat leaves that drop off in the Fall, new leaves grow in Spring. Leaves change color with the seasons. These trees grow in places that have warm, wet summers and cold winters. Winter. Tropical Rain Forest. Canopy.

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deciduous forest
Deciduous Forest
  • Large, flat leaves that drop off in the Fall, new leaves grow in Spring.
  • Leaves change color with the seasons.
  • These trees grow in places that have warm, wet summers and cold winters.

Winter

tropical rain forest
Tropical Rain Forest

Canopy

  • These trees grow in places that are hot and wet all year.
  • Trees are very tall and the leaves are always green.
  • The forest has three layers.

Understory

Forest floor

coastal forest
Coastal Forest
  • Grows in places where there is lots of rain.
  • Temperature is not too hot or too cold, just cool.
  • Has three layers just like the rain forest: canopy, understory, forest floor.
coniferous forest
Coniferous Forest
  • Grows in places with very cold winters and cool summers.
  • The leaves look like needles so they don’t need very much water.
  • Seeds grow in cones.
  • Get less rain than all the other forests.

Seed cone

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