Friday, March 7, 2014

Know the Forest Season

Understanding Forest Season
Monsoon forest can be termed as a form of forest biomes commonly found in tropical and subtropical regions or monsoon climate ( dry and wet ) with similar kinds of plants . These areas have a warm climate throughout the year , but experience a dry season ( dry ), no less in length over several months . However , rainfall was down in this area up to several hundred millimeters per year , can be even more .
(see also: pakan burung)

In the long dry season many plants were forced to abort their leaves . Of course , this could affect the lives of the creatures in the woods season . Hence , it is called seasonal forest or some are calling the whole forest leaves . In English , the term is commonly referred to as tropical seasonal forest ( tropical seasonal forest ) , tropical and subtropical deciduous forest ( forest with falling leaves in the tropics and subtropics ) , tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forest ( broadleaf forests in the tropics and subtropics ) , or summarily dry tropical forest ( tropical dry forest ) .

Characteristics of Forest Plant Season
The characteristics of plants that normally meets monsoon forest trees that are drought resistant and includes plants tropofit which means being able to adapt to a dry state and wet state . In the dry season ( dry ) , leaves of trees in the forest will molt season , whereas in the rainy season , the leaves will grow bushy .

Forests season usually are named according to the dominant vegetation in the forest . If in Indonesia , you can imagine such as teak forests , or forests Angsana . The majority of monsoon forest in Indonesia are generally found in areas of Central Java and East Java . While in the world , mostly in India are monsoon forest and Southeast Asia . Fauna that can be found in the forests of the season are deer, wild boar and tigers .

The Role and Benefits of Forest Season
(see also: pabrik pakan burung)
Monsoon forest also has a very large role for the earth because the strong trees as flood control , storage and ground water control , prevention of landslides , producing timber and forest products , soil fertilizer , as well as factors that affect climate and natural beauty , especially if it is located in a mountainous area .


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