hardwood forest

hardwood forest

[′härd‚wu̇d ¦fär·əst]
(ecology)
An ecosystem having deciduous trees as the dominant form of vegetation.
An ecosystem consisting principally of trees that yield hardwood.
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There also are millions of acres of hardwood forest, particularly in the North and Northeast, where fire is not needed or desirable; this should have been noted in the article.
That represents five million more acres of continually regrowing hardwood forest land than the Commonwealth had in 1900.
Ocean currents and sand transport are expected to rebury the ancient hardwood forest within a few months.
The Company manufactures and markets mahogany, Spanish cedar and other hardwood forest products worldwide.
The hardwood forest within the development will offer the opportunity for hikers to utilize a trail system in a conservation easement, which is part of the masterplan, and for residents to enjoy peaceful solitude in the quiet preserve, as well as creating privacy for the private home lots backing onto common areas.
Rancho El Laurel holds the rights to 5,520 acres of harvestable hardwood forest in Costa Rica.
This Global ReLeaf Forest project, now in its second year, will plant green ash and several species of oak as part of a plan to reestablish a bottomland hardwood forest across most of the former agricultural land.
They also factor in positively Arauco's ownership of more than one million hectares of land in the Southern Cone of Latin America, on which the company has developed more than 700,000 hectares of softwood and hardwood forest plantations.
Bruce hardwood floors is funding a hardwood forest at Mississippi's St.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- Texaco announced today it has donated nearly 3,000 acres of picturesque hardwood forest and cypress tupelo gum swamp in the heart of Acadiana to The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana.
To date, Dynegy has reforested more than 36,000 acres of hardwood forest on National Wildlife Refuges and other public lands in the Lower Mississippi River Valley including Arkansas, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas.
That area of land is the equivalent of 349,000 square miles of hardwood forest.