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This introduction of the St. John River watershed is situated in a transitional zone between the Boreal Forest Formation and the Eastern Deciduous Forest Formation. Second-growth forests representative of these two ecosystems cover extensive areas of the project site. The boreal forest forms a broad transcontinental belt in northern North America and Eurasia, with southern montane extensions. This northern forest is characterized by evergreen, coniferous trees, predominately spruce-fir The eastern deciduous forest, composed of broad-leaved hardwoods, extends throughout the eastern United States except Florida (Dasmann, 1968; Oosting, 1956).
Corps of Engineers; New England Division; and Environmental Research & Technology, Inc, "Terrestrial Ecology of the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project" (1976). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 84.
United States, and Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. 1976. Terrestrial ecology of the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. Concord, Mass: Environmental Research & Technology.
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