Forest type is described as the associations of tree species that have similar ecological requirements. Forest types include hardwood, loblolly-shortleaf, northern hardwood, oak-gum-cypress, oak hickory, and oak-pine, softwoods, etc.

Ref: 123446/2006-10-14

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Forester, forests

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