Natural Vegetation Zones of Canada?

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The vegetation zones of Canada include, tundra, grassland region, wet coast forest, mixed forest, broad leaved forest and the Cordilleran vegetation. The kind of vegetation found in these zones is determined by the region's climate and the soil type.
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Tundra, West Coast Forest, Cordilleran Vegetation, Boreal and Taiga Forest, Grassland, Mixed Forest, Deciduous Forest. I'm pretty sure those are the ones.
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Because much of the natural vegetation is
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5 - B on a plant hardiness zone chart, temperate, mixed forest (deciduous (hardwood / trees that lose their leaves in the fall) mixed with coniferous (softwood / "evergreens&
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The main vegetation zones are 1. Tundra (mostly snow) in far north 2. Taiga (Conifer forests) belt extending the whole country from east to west 3. Prairies (temperate grass lands
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