Softwood trees are conifers, trees with needles. Spruce and Pine would be 2 softwood trees.
Boreal forest, which would be spruce and pine trees.
how would uncontrolled cutting of pine trees
In a forest
Pine and spruce are both evergreens, so the answer would be "either one", or "neither". An evergreen forest isn't classified as having one type of tree. Some of them even contain deciduous trees.
it will change the ecosystem of that area
There would be fewer Cerecropia trees.
The chimpanzees role in the ecosystem is to help spread the seeds of the fruits they eat. This allows the fruit trees to germinate in areas that the trees would not normally have access to otherwise.
Well, they eat those gum trees so if they did not there would be too many gum trees!
everything that needs sunlight would die such as plants trees and with out the plants and trees we woud starve to death
All living organisms in an ecosystem are considered biotic factors. In a forest ecosystem, the most common example would be trees.
there would probably be overgrown bamboo trees in the area it inhabits
less prey less trees (their ecosystem
The Taiga biome is a snowy, hilly terrain, filled with spruce trees.
yes in fact cold climate forests do. you would findpine, fir, and , spruce trees in these areas
The extinction of koalas would have little, if any, effect on their ecosystem. If one is to be honest, the koala does not contribute in any significant way to its ecosystem. Extinction would not cause either an increase or decrease in the eucalyptus (or other) trees in the ecosystem.
Mostly mooses live in forests, that are really thick. You would mostly find them in Canada.
there actually be little to no trees and possibly we would all die
If u go near the mountainous regions in Lebanon u mostly find cedar trees.
The largest common divisor of 12, 15 and 9 is 3, so 3 would be the largest number of trees possible in each group, if all groups are to have the same number of trees. This would give: * 5 groups of Maples, * 4 groups of Oaks, and * 3 groups of Spruce. A total of 12 groups of trees.
beavers cut down trees to keep there teeth short and to make dams
Non-deciduous or coniferous trees are needle or cone-bearing trees, some of these would be:RedwoodDouglas FirAll Spruce treesAll Cedar treesQueensland KauriRimuLarchSquoiaYewHemlockJust to name a few.
In the spring of 2002, conservation districts in South Dakota planted over 4 million trees. This shows why it would be difficult to give a specific answer stating how many evergreen trees are in South Dakota. Rather than number of trees, the amount of area where the trees are found is used to give an idea of how many trees there are. In South Dakota, the Ponderosa Pine is the dominant tree in the West River area, covering more than 1.3 million acres. Other evergreen trees found in South Dakota: Frasier Fir Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir White Fir European Larch Austrian Pine Eastern White Pine Scotch Pine Black Hills Spruce Colorado Blue Spruce Meyers Spruce Norway Spruce Serbian Spruce
Spruce would be the answer.