State the relation between climate and natural vegetation of a place.

Asked by Mahi07 | 10th May, 2016, 10:43: PM

Expert Answer:

The growth of natural vegetation depends upon climatic conditions existing in the place. For example, evergreen forests grow in the regions which experience heavy rainfall. Thorny bushes and scrub are found in areas of scanty rainfall. Similarly, at higher altitudes, where the climate is extremely cold, lichens and mosses grow.

Answered by Social Science Expert | 12th May, 2016, 07:20: AM

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