Talk:Temperate coniferous forest

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Title[edit]

Is the capitalization of this article name correct? Should it be plural? RickK 23:40, 22 Sep 2003 (UTC)

Yes, it should be. Please read Sahara Desert talk page. Anthère

Temperate Rainforest issue[edit]

a good part of the article deals only with temperate RAIN forest, which has its own entry. it is not clear from the text whether temperate coniferous forest are a type of temperate rain forest or if it is the other way around. are all mentioned ecoregions temperate coniferous forests? could someone clarify that and move the text where it belongs? Laurent paris 18:21, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

the temperate coniferous forest is also located all around the world. This forest is some thing that changed color during all seasons. we hope this will help u any school science projects. thank you. This is a forest that is most likely to have a lot of pine trees.The thing that makes this place different is its color. thank you wikipeida.com

the coniferous forest is NOT the biggest biome on earth. the biggest biome is the desert. It is quite obvious. Who ever didn't know this should do some research. The desert is all of antarctica and northpole, and southwest united states, northern africa, and almost all of australia is desert

Largest terrestrial biome?[edit]

Temperate coniferous forests, as defined here, are distinct from Boreal forests; if one counts the two together, they may be the largest biome on the earth. Separately, however, Temperate coniferous forest is not. Tom Radulovich 21:33, 28 August 2007 (UTC)

Sun?[edit]

How much sun does it get who knows??? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 208.80.72.10 (talk) 17:29, 28 September 2007 (UTC)