well it is cold and windy.Sometimes sunny and rainy.
A temperate evergreen forest is a type of ecosystem. They are different than regular evergreen forests because they are comprised of both soft and hard trees and have a moderate climate.
The Evergreen Forest Vegetation are mainly in the Tropics. This temperate forests originated during the period of cooling of world climate.
There are many animals that are found in the temperate evergreen forests. These animals includes the accentor, the African buffalo , the anole and the bee-eater.
temperate rain forests
the temperate evergreen forest are located in the mid-latitudinal coastal region.
hot & humid
hot and rainy
oaks , laurels , magnolias
blue jays, owls and cardinals
they are found in Asian-russia, Canada and northern scandinvia.
Temperate/deciduous, evergreen forest, rain forest.
Temperate evergreen forests are populated by trees with needle like leaves and some broad leaf trees, such as pine, cedar and redwood. The term evergreen came from the fact that the vast majority of trees in the forest don't shed their leaves in winter
hot and humid throughout the year
The temperate climate, or temperate forest.
Deciduous forests are generally found in the temperate climate areas.
the weather changes everything and climate
Yes.No, wolves prefer a climate of cold winters.
Location is one of the differences between temoerate forests and equatorial forests. Temperate forests can be found in the milder, temperate zones and equatorial forests are found near or on the equator. The climate of the equatorial forests is hotter than that of temperate forests. Vegetation and wildlife would also be different in the two types of forests.
Literally, millions. 63% of the Mexican territory - almost two times the size of Texas - is covered by forests of many kinds, including scrub forests (arid climate), boreal, temperate and subtropical highland forests (temperate climate) and tropical rainforests (warm climate).
tropical rain forests are known as tropiacal evergreen forests........so i think the answer is probably tropical
The following forest types are found in Pakistan:Littoral and Swamp forestsTropical dry deciduous forestsTropical thorn forestsSub-tropical broad-leaved evergreen forestsSub-tropical pine forestsHimalayan moist temperate forestsHimalayan dry temperate forestsSub-alpine forestsAlpine scrubno rain forests.