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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The company said the assets are stocked with primarily red pine, jack pine and hardwood forest types, which will supply a diverse customer base that manufacture utility poles, lumber, studs and pulp and paper products.
They are usually perched on dipterocarp trees (tall, hardwood forest trees) and feed on small mammals, rodents and snakes.
Cavara & Grande) is a non-native plant that commonly invades hardwood forest understory plant communities.
In a typical stand of American hardwood forest, there's going to be a wide range of tree quality and tree species.
That area of land is the equivalent of 349,000 square miles of hardwood forest.
This beetle is hungry and elusive: kids are invited to learn about its threat to the northeastern hardwood forest, and will receive detailed natural history information perfect for those with good reading skills and a prior interest in insects.
As I planted my hardwood forest, I delved into such works as The Forest in Folklore and Mythology, by Alexander Porteous.
The pattern was generally reversed in winter on the lowlands; herb-hardwood forest and herb forest, along with open hardwood forest and sparse softwood forest, were all selected by resident moose at both the home-range and core-use scales.
We defined bottomland hardwood forests as a deciduous hardwood forest in lowland floodplains along larger rivers and lakes, characterized by sweetgum, oaks, tupelo, and baldcypress (Fredrickson, 2005).
Site abbreviations are as follows CVP = Couchville xeric limestone prairie, CVG = Couchville Glade, CLSPF = Cedars of Lebanon State Park cedar hardwood forest, CLSPG = Cedars of Lebanon State Park glade, FRP = Flat Rock xeric limestone prairie, FRG = Flat Rock Glade, LFF = Lane Farm cedar hardwood forest, LFG = Lane Farm glade, WSRF =