Redwood Forests are those which have large number of Redwood trees which develop enormous limbs that accumulate deep organic soils and can support tree-sized trunks growing on them. A typical Redwood forest contains more biomass per square foot than ANY other area on earth, and that includes the Amazonian rain forests. The coastal Redwoods thrive on, and indeed require, the heavy fogs that are normal daily occurrences along the coast. A live redwood that is knocked over will attempt to continue growing via its limbs. If undisturbed, the limbs pointing up will turn into trees in their own right, and this is indeed the source of many row groups of trees.
Related Journals of Redwood Forest
International Agriculture and Forest Research, Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology, Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography, Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering, Austrian Journal of Forest Science, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Agricultural and Forest Entomology, Forest Ecology and Management