Why are trees so much taller in some regions than others?



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    Temperature, rainfall and climate all greatly impact the way trees grow. California Redwoods are a great example of this. The redwood forests get between 60 and 140 inches of rain per year, have a lot of sunny weather during prime growing seasons and have average surrounding temperatures between 45 and 61 degrees. There is also extremely rich soil around these areas because of the river basins near by. All of these factors affect the way trees grow and optimal growing conditions will produce some tall trees. 

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