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https://www.studypool.com /discuss/280055/i-live-inthe-southern-states-of-theunited-states Temperate Deciduous Forest in Tennessee Your name Professor’s name Date: About Temperate Dec Forest  Temperate deciduous forests get between 30 and 60 inches of precipitation a year.  It has four distinct seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall.  he temperate deciduous forest gets the second-most amount of rainfall per year.  The average yearly temperature is at least 75 degrees Fahrenheit but can be as high as 86 degrees Fahrenheit  Winters are cold and summers are warm.  Because the soil is very fertile and hardwood trees are good for building, this biome has some of the world's largest population centers in it. Ten organism in  Lichen, moss, ferns, wildflowers and other small plants can be found on the forest floor. Shrubs fill in the middle level and hardwood trees like maple, oak, birch, magnolia, sweet gum and beech make up the third level.  Birds like broad-winged hawks, cardinals, snowy owls, and pileated woodpeckers are also found in this biome. Mammals include white-tailed deer, raccoons, opossums, porcupines and red foxes. Animals that live in the temperate deciduous forest must be able to adapt to the changing seasons Impacts of Rising Temperature  Global warming has definite debilities effects on the Earth's Deciduous forests.  Both warming and altered rainfall patterns will in turn alter species distributions, life cycles and spec ...
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