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Boreal forest

Similar term(s): taiga.

Definition:

A forest that grows in regions of the northern hemisphere with cold temperatures. Made up mostly of cold tolerant coniferous species such as spruce and fir.

Source: LEAF Glossary  

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Taiga is the Russian term for the boreal or northern coniferous forest biome; the ecosystem adjacent to the arctic tundra.

Source: ACIA  Glossary

Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

Source: Kanuti Refuge Wild lands 

Translation(s):

Español: Bosque boreal
Français: Forêt boréale

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