Champion recognized 13 major types of forest in India. Champion and Seth recognized sixteen types of forest which are listed below. The following types of forests are found in India which cover nearly 17 per cent of the total area of Indian territory.
There are many deciduous forests in Asia. Some of the major areas that they are in are southwest Russia, Japan, and eastern China. South America has two big areas of deciduous forests in southern Chile and Middle East coast of Paraguay. There are deciduous forests located in New Zealand, and southeastern Australia also.
The average rainfall is 30 to 60 inches a year. In deciduous forests there are five different zones. The first zone is the Tree Stratum zone. The Tree Stratum zone contains such trees as oak, beech, maple, chestnut hickory, elm, basswood, linden, walnut, and sweet gum trees.
This zone has height ranges between 60 feet and feet. The small tree and sapling zone is the second zone. This zone has young, and short trees. The third zone is called the shrub zone. Some of the shrubs in this zone are rhododendrons, azaleas, mountain laurel, and huckleberries. The Herb zone is the fourth zone.
It contains short plants such as herbal plants. The final zone is the Ground zone. It contains lichen, club mosses, and true mosses. The deciduous forest has four distinct seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. In the autumn the leaves change color.
During the winter months the trees lose their leaves. The animals adapt to the climate by hibernating in the winter and living off the land in the other three seasons.
The animals have adapted to the land by trying the plants in the forest to see if they are good to eat for a good supply of food.
Also the trees provide shelter for them. Animal use the trees for food and a water sources.
Most of the animals are camouflaged to look like the ground. The plants have adapted to the forests by leaning toward the sun.
Soaking up the nutrients in the ground is also a way of adaptation. A lot of deciduous forests have lost land to farms and towns. Although people are trying to protect the forests some poachers are trying to kill the animals in the forests.
The animals are losing their homes because of people building their homes.DECIDUOUS-CONIFEROUS TREE CLASSIFICATION USING DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIRST AND LAST PULSE LASER SIGNATURES X.
Liang*, J. Hyyppä, L. Matikainen Finnish Geodetic Institute, Department of Remote Sensing and . DECIDUOUS-CONIFEROUS TREE CLASSIFICATION USING DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIRST AND LAST PULSE LASER SIGNATURES X. Liang*, J. Hyyppä, L.
Matikainen Finnish Geodetic Institute, Department of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, Masala, Finland. The deciduous forest biomes lies between regions and the tropics. This is why the air masses from both the biomes contribute to the changes of climate in this biome.
Because the trees in a deciduous forest lose their leaves each year, animals and other plant life in these regions have developed special ways to deal with the absence or presence. Forest is dense but the trees with leathery leaves attain maximum height of m.
The vegetation consists of a few species which show gregarious growth habit. Important tree species are Ceriops decandra, Avicennia alba, Aegialitis rotundifolia and Excoecaria agallocha. Classification and Definitions of Forest Products (Advance version) was characteristics and facilitate the introduction of finer subdivision where this was - 3 - Coverage This classification of forest products is designed to cover the wood and wood-based products for which FAO and ECE collect statistics on a regular basis.
Tropical Deciduous Forests Tropical Deciduous Forests are the most widespread forests of India. They are also called the monsoon forests.
Tropical Deciduous Forests thrive where the rainfall is between 70cm.
and cm. The trees in these forests shed their leaves for about six to eight weeks in summer. The Deciduous Forests are divided .