Now for the climate. The climate of a diciduous forest is a mixture of continental and sub-tropical climates.
Next are the plants. One of these plants is called the American Beech tree. It can be from 90 to one hundred feet tall. It is also a wide tree and is from 50 to 70 feet wide. There is also many other trees such as the maple, oak, broadleaf, and the hickory.
Ecological concerns or issues
We're not the only things that hurt the forests. Things such as sinkholes make huge craters and destroy the roots in the ground and can be a harm to animals. Earth quakes on the other hand can do even more damage such as shaking and destroying the habitats that the animals live in.