Lowland Hardwood Forest

A lowland hardwood forest is an area with moist soil that is flooded with water seasonally or permanently and is dominated by hardwood trees (oaks, maples, and other trees that lose their leaves in the fall). The trees are adapted to permanently wet soils.

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