Some articles on forests, forest:
... Its contemporary natural range is in the Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub biome ecoregions and countries, including Southern Europe The Iberian conifer forests ecoregion of the Iberian Peninsula in Spain and ... In Greece, although rare, an extensive Stone Pine forest exists in western Peloponnese at Strofylia on the peninsula separating the Kalogria Lagoon from the Mediterranean Sea ... This coastal forest is at least 8 miles long, with dense and tall stands of Pinus pinea mixed with Pinus halepensis ...
... In Bintan, the primary forest cover was in a limited area on the hills ... This requirement was met by cutting forests of as much as the 30 hectares (190 mi) sized gambier plantations ... With this amount of forest degradation, the gambier processing could be sustained for 12 years only ...
... Its natural habitats are temperate forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, and heavily degraded former forest ...
... landforms and micro-climates where endemic species thrive, among including dense evergreen forests, maquis (shrubland), sclerophyllous forests (dry forests), wetlands, savannas, and halophytic ... the eastern New Caledonia rainforest while the now-fragmentary New Caledonia dry forest runs along the west coast ... of Pines and the eastern part of Grande Terre, and the dry tropical forests on the West side of Grande Terre ...
... The Solomon Islands rain forests are a terrestrial ecoregion which includes most of the Solomon Islands (except the Santa Cruz Islands) and the islands ... the Solomons, are part of the Vanuatu rain forests ecoregion, together with the neighboring archipelago of Vanuatu ... The Solomon Islands rain forests are a Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests ecoregion, also known as a tropical rainforest ...
Famous quotes containing the word forests:
“What forests of laurel we bring, and the tears of mankind, to those who stood firm against the opinion of their contemporaries!”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The great pines stand at a considerable distance from each other. Each tree grows alone, murmurs alone, thinks alone. They do not intrude upon each other. The Navajos are not much in the habit of giving or of asking help. Their language is not a communicative one, and they never attempt an interchange of personality in speech. Over their forests there is the same inexorable reserve. Each tree has its exalted power to bear.”
—Willa Cather (18731947)
“Sprung from the West,
He drank the valorous youth of a new world.
The strength of virgin forests braced his mind,
The hush of spacious prairies stilled his soul.
His words were oaks in acorns; and his thoughts
Were roots that firmly gript the granite truth.”
—Edwin Markham (18521940)