The US has mostly temperate broadleaf, needle, and mixed forests. That means our forests may consist entirely of coniferous trees such as pine, deciduous trees, or may be a mixture of the two. There are also sparse tree and parkland forests in Alaska where the forest canopy provides much less cover than other types of forest. There are more specific divisions of these different categories depending on the percentage of different types of trees or specific climate conditions.
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