What type of forest occurs in Southeast Asia?
Tropical forests are hugely important to the health of the planet. Although they cover only about 7% of the Earth’s land surface, they host nearly two-thirds of the world’s floral and faunal diversity, and store 68% of global carbon stocks. Southeast Asia is home to nearly 15% of the world’s tropical forests.
What are 4 biomes you can see in Asia?
The major biomes delineated are (1) tropical rain forests, (2) tropical wet evergreen forests, (3) tropical moist forests, (4) tropical dry forests, (5) tropical thorn forests, (6) tropical desert, and (7) Himalayan temperate tundra.
What is the largest forest in Southeast Asia?
Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam have the largest forest plantations. Rubber (Hevea spp.) is the most common species. Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand together have an area of about 7 million hectares planted to rubber.
Chapter 24. Southeast Asia.
|Country / Area||Malaysia|
|Forest area 2000||19 292|
|Area change 1990-2000 (total forest)||-237|
What are the four major rivers of Southeast Asia?
What are the four major rivers in Southeast Asia? The Irrawaddy, Mekong, Chao Phraya, and Hong.
What type of biome is Asia?
The northeast Asian deciduous forest biome is located on the continent of Asia at about 30° to 45° North latitude, and about 130° to 145° East longitude. The biome covers parts of Korea, China, Russia, and Japan.
What is the major biome in Southeast Asia?
The Southeast Asian rainforests are the oldest, consistent rainforests on Earth, dating back to the Pleistocene Epoch 70 million years ago. It has a biological richness and diversity unequaled by that of the Amazon or African rainforests.