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Woodland Typology

A woodland is defined as an in between ecosystem that appears between dense forest and open land. The light is the main feature which helps other plants to grow below it . They are tall forming a canopy of foliage above one's head.Depending on the type of climate and location,the colour of the leaves and the type of trees change.Generally the ground cover below the woodlands is covered with small plants such as herbs and shrubs in tropical regions or mosses and ferns in colder regions.The dominating colours which is seen in this typology are shades of brown for the wood and different colour of the leaves depending on the type of tree.

Shrideep Kshirsagar
Diksha Lalwani

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