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TEMPERATE FOREST
Terms Defined
Temperate Forest - areas with high levels of
precipitation, humidity and contain a variety of
deciduous tree...
Let’s take a look…
Know more…
• Climate : range from hot in the summer with highs of 86
degrees Fahrenheit, to extremely cold in the winter w...
More about Temperate Forests…
• Location : includes Eastern Asia, Central and Western Area and
Eastern United States
• Veg...
Layers of the Temperate Forest
• It has the canopy, understory and the forest floor.
Compared to the tropical rainforest, ...
Animals
Plants
Temperate Forests Threatened
• Timber cutting is the number one threat to these forests.
• Acid rain caused by industries ...
But, still..
WE CAN SAVE IT!
• First of all, you can recycle. Trees are used to make the paper
for paper bags, newspapers,...
Any
question?
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! 
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  1. 1. TEMPERATE FOREST
  2. 2. Terms Defined Temperate Forest - areas with high levels of precipitation, humidity and contain a variety of deciduous trees. Deciduous trees - describes trees and bushes that shed their leaves in the fall ; lose their leaves in winter. Precipitation - formation of rain, snow, or hail from moisture in the air
  3. 3. Let’s take a look…
  4. 4. Know more… • Climate : range from hot in the summer with highs of 86 degrees Fahrenheit, to extremely cold in the winter with lows of - 22 degrees Fahrenheit • Amount of Rainfall : usually between 20-60 inches of precipitation annually
  5. 5. More about Temperate Forests… • Location : includes Eastern Asia, Central and Western Area and Eastern United States • Vegetation : temperate forests are able to support a wide variety of plant life and vegetation • Wildlife : temperate forests are home to a wide variety of animals. • It have a dry season and a long wet season. The temperature is almost always cool, but in the summer it can get quite hot and in the winter quite cold (near freezing). • The largest temperate rainforests in the world are located in North America.
  6. 6. Layers of the Temperate Forest • It has the canopy, understory and the forest floor. Compared to the tropical rainforest, it does not include an emergent trees layer.
  7. 7. Animals
  8. 8. Plants
  9. 9. Temperate Forests Threatened • Timber cutting is the number one threat to these forests. • Acid rain caused by industries and vehicles damages the leaves of trees, and causes them to produce smaller and fewer seeds. • Another threat to the Temperate Rainforest is the introduction of non-native plant and animal species. This is a threat because it upsets the balance of the forest ecosystem. • Other threats include unsustainable forestry and strip mining. • Climate change is also a threat.
  10. 10. But, still.. WE CAN SAVE IT! • First of all, you can recycle. Trees are used to make the paper for paper bags, newspapers, printer paper, and many more products we use in our everyday lives. • Use cloth products instead of paper products, like napkins, towels, plates, and cups. • Drive less, and carpool when possible. Car exhaust is one of the main contributors to acid rain. • Walk or ride your bike to help keep our environment clean and keep yourself active • And of course, encourage others to do the same. 
  11. 11. Any question?
  12. 12. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! 
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